Check Check Done
Points Platform to Help You Teach Your Children
Check Check Done Originates From the Struggles of a Mother of Two
Check Check Done Originates From the Struggles of a Mother of Two Parents would make deals with their kids for them to finish their meals before having dessert, to eat everything on their plate, or to clean up their toys by themselves, only to have the rules broken by another caregiver. "Give them a break just this once, it's no big deal." So the kids no longer stick to rules and, worse, they can't establish good habits. Modern parents often struggle to strike a balance between disciplining and communicating with their children. They may not have the time to talk to other caregivers, be it the other parent, or a grandparent, to stay on the same page and are hesitant to stop grandparents from overly indulging the kids. But raising children is not a one-person job, and the entire family needs to support each other and get behind a set of core educational beliefs.
We hoep that Check Check Done can help you and your children set rules and goals together and close that communication gap between family members. It can help you interact with your children as friends while still being able to firmly pass on the right values and, in the process, build their confidence and pride.
Core Philosophies for Attentive Education
At Check Check Done, we believe the successful education of children should be based on the Three Habits Principles. That's why we have designed a host of interactive functions based on these principles to help you establish a bond with your children that will grow ever stronger over time.
Accomplishments of Cosmic Proportions Begin from Atomic Habits
The success of every great individual starts with tiny positive habits. Check Check Done has a function so parents can design with their children a customized pact between them on their journey to establishing good habits from a young age. Teach by example, and you can become the pillar of strength in your children's mind.
A Good Relationship is Grounded in Communication
There's bound to be a difference between any two people, and it's no exception when it comes to parents and their children. Check Check Done firmly believes that two-way communication can improve parent-child relationships. Through intimate conversations, you can better understand the goings-on inside your children's growing brains, earn their trust from a young age, and become buddies with them.
Success Comes From Continual Growth
Check Check Done believes in starting personal growth from a young age. So, we have designed a token mechanism to serve as the child's motivation for continual growth. Every step of progress is a stride toward future success. From learning fundamental life skills to laying down the foundation for future interests, Check Check Done can help you be your children's best mentor.
Check, Check, Done and a Habit is Formed
It's a deal. Check Check Done helps you transform your love for your children into their motivation for growth.
Make Plans with Your Children
Check Check Done wants to be that bridge between modern parents and their children while tackling problems that arise with grandparenting. Parents and children can make behavior contracts to explore, learn, and grow together.
Set up Family and Family Members
Create an atmosphere for cooperation, cut down on arguments, and clear misunderstandings.
By bringing together all members who are involved in raising the children, grandparents and other adults living together can respect the rules set for the children. With everyone working together in the best interest of the children, we can also reduce arguments.
Plan Routine Tasks
Establish regular rules for the children and help them learn self-discipline.
Every child has their own personality. By customizing goals and rewards for each child, you can offer guidance the correct way and give the child the tools to better deal with relationships and learning in the future.
Plan Bonus Tasks
Use bonus items to encourage children to stick to interests and get rid of bad habits.
As you are raising your children, you'll undoubtedly find moments when they surprise you with their innocence and kindness. Any such positive behavior beyond their regular habits deserves reinforcement as a bonus.
A well-executed reward scheme can build confidence and motivation in children.
Rewards are better than punishments! Decide with your children which long-desired toys or favorite activities can be used as rewards to boost their motivation to learn.
Signing Behavioral Contracts
Establish healthy two-way communication and be a supportive teammate.
Listen, understand, and respond properly to reach an agreement with your children. A behavior contract can be of great help in understanding what your children are really thinking while helping them learn to express themselves.
Check, Check, Done and a Habit is Formed
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