All About Kids - Daycare - Leader in Child Education

The quality of child care has a direct impact on children’s ability to build healthy relationships, to learn and otherwise become the best they can be. We have received Tennessee’s Highest Rating for Quality Care – 3 Quality STARS and are always striving to exceed those standards.


Discipline and Behavior Management Policy

           Praise and positive reinforcement are effective methods of the behavior management of children. When children receive positive, nonviolent, and understanding interactions from adults and others, they develop good self-concepts, problem solving abilities, and self discipline.

           Based on this belief of how children learn and develop values, this facility will practice the following discipline and behavior management policy:


    1. DO praise, reward, and encourage the children.                              

    2. DO reason with and set limits for the children.

    3. DO model appropriate behavior for the children.

    4. DO modify the classroom environment to attempt to prevent problems before they occur.

    5. DO listen to the children.

    6. DO provide alternatives for inappropriate behavior to the children.

    7. DO provide the children with natural and logical consequences of their behaviors.

    8. DO treat the children as people and respect their needs, desires, and feelings.

    9. DO ignore minor misbehaviors.

  10. DO explain things to children on their levels.

  11. DO use short supervised periods of “time-out”

  12. DO stay consistent in our behavior management program.



    1. DO NOT spank, shake, bite, pinch, push, pull, slap, or otherwise physically punish the children.

    2. DO NOT make fun of, yell at, threaten, make sarcastic remarks about, use profanity,
                     or otherwise verbally abuse the children.

    3. DO NOT shame or punish the children when bathroom accidents occur.

    4. DO NOT deny food or rest as punishment.

    5. DO NOT relate discipline to eating, resting, or sleeping.

    6. DO NOT leave the children alone, unattended, or without supervision.

    7. DO NOT place the children in locked rooms, closets, or boxes as punishment.

    8. DO NOT allow discipline of children by children.

    9. DO NOT criticize, make fun of, or otherwise belittle children’s parents, families, or ethnic groups.