Is it ok to admit your naughty n undisciplind child to a boarding... army school?education Corner
It depends. Consider why the child is not disciplined? What is the age of your child? You have two children. Are they on a routine? Are you spending exclusive time With each of them. If not it would be wise to spend 15 minutes with each of them. Just chat and maybe play. This will be your bonding time. Routines help children and they need routines. Allow them to play after they return for 1 hour. Set a time period to study for 1-1.15 hours. In this period allot 20 min studying, 5 min break slots. Be gentle and firm that they have to follow the routine. When they complete studying or writing give them a sticker or a star. When they get 7 stickers or stars give them a reward. Please be patient and give them lots of love and affection. Slowly all this routine will help. I hope these give you some ideas. Try to install discipline. Children stay with us for few years and move on when they go to college or get work. We are their best caregivers. Sometimes sending them to boarding can make them more rebellious and distant from us. Their bonding may lessen. For some Childrne boarding may work too. You and your spouse can sit down and think of all the pros and cons. Pls find some handy tips here- https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/love-or-fear-how-do-you-discipline-your-child/771 I hope this helps.