Your child at this stage has a full-fledged learning system. What you inculcate in his mind, has a deep impact. And hence, this opportunity must be wisely used to make your kid familiar with what good behaviour is really all about! It may take time but in the end, the effort will be worth it.
What you need to know
The truth is that good behavior isn’t magic; you can’t just wave a wand and turn your child into who you want him to be.
Rather, good behavior is a skill that can be learned, just like carpentry, teaching or nursing. Three of the most important skills for children to learn as a foundation for good behavior are: How to read social situations, how to manage emotions, and how to solve problems appropriately. If your child can learn to master these three tasks with your help, they will be well on their way to functioning successfully as an adult. The ability to read social situations is important because it helps your child avoid trouble and teaches the child how to get along with others.