Write out rules
Each household is like a business, there must be written policies that children can read and understand. They must know the rules and they must understand them. It will be too much to have to repeat it each time your kid screw up so write them out and then give it to the child. The child need to read it and agree to it or raise questions about it. Because the child is young, so they will most likely have to follow all of your rules since you are the one who pays the bills and take care of them. They’re too young so they’re legally required to listen to you. Children will grow up to obey the rules and laws if they learn from childhood that there are rules that they can’t override.
Ost them at home
You can post them on your fridge or at their door. You can post them anywhere but do let them know that there are rules in the house, like do all of your own dishes, clean up after yourself or no noise after 8pm. These things are good for children to learn because people expect these kinds of things out in the workplace or if they were to be married; their partner would expect the same thing out of them.
After you make up the rules, you should then communicate them to your children. If you don’t explain to them, they won’t know what it is. You should tell them why you have those rules and why they’re important to you.
Reward and punishment
You should use the reward and punishment system. When they do something right, you will reward them with money, or toys or play time and do take things away from them if they don’t do what they’re asked to do. They will then learn to associate rebellion with negative punishment and they won’t do it again.
Children need to play and it helps them develop better with better social skills so don’t take playing time away from them. All children need to have friends and need to know how to dig dirt with their friends.
Children should also have chores. This will help them understand that hey need to be responsible for their own mess but also learn to be a part of a team and they will feel good after they have done something rewarding. Children will need to work later on so this teaches them working skills.
Check them later on
After you have implemented your rules, you should double check to make sure that the kids are doing their chores. They should learn to do what they’re asked to do and not slack off.