Page ContentWhile it’s important and necessary to correct your child’s negative behaviors, it’s a lot more fun (and just as important) to praise him or her for doing the right things. When children are constantly reinforced for positive behaviors, they gradually make those behaviors a permanent part of who they are and how they act. And you’ll love how your child lights up whenever he or she receives praise from you! Have your child color their personalized praise box, label it with their name and hang it on their bedroom door.Whenever you catch your child being good, write down your praise statement on one of the cards provided and put it in the box.At the end of the day, have your child count all the good things they did.The free praise boxes have all been ordered and shipped out. To be notified when praise boxes or other materials are available please sign up for our Parenting eNewsletter. Read an interview with Boys Town behavioral expert, Dr. Greg Snyder, on praise and how to use it with the Praise Box. Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest Joy and Job CardsPlace these cards in a jar or bag, and let your child draw one anytime you want to reward them for good behavior or need to give them a consequence for negative behavior.Teach Them IntegrityPeople who act with integrity are honest and have a strong sense of morals — so, how can you raise your children to have integrity? Try the one-week integrity challenge.