14. Pile on the Kudos
A great way to keep negative behavior to a minimum is to provide consistent acknowledgement of good behavior. Say things like, “Wow, that was so nice of you to let Matthew play with your favorite doll! That made himso happy!”This will encourage your kids to keep up the great work and get kids who aren’t doing so well to try harder.
15. End on a High Note
Don’t overstay your welcome. Stay on top of your child so you can see when they’re getting tired or grouchy. This way, you can leave while everyone is still happy and behaving well ensuring that it’s been a positive experience all around.