Why Do This Course?

If your toddlers spend most of their time arguing, fighting and trying to hurt each-other, you need this course! 

What Will You Learn?

This course will teach you the skills to know how to reduce rivalry between your toddlers, help them get on well together, and go through 23 steps to solve sibling rivalry. 

You will also learn how to teach your toddlers to sort out arguments. A vital skill they'll be able to use at home, at nursery and when playing with other children. 

What's Included in the Course?

  • 1


    • Welcome to 1 Hour To Solve Sibling Rivalry with Toddlers

    • Before You Start

  • 2

    Why do toddlers get jealous of siblings?

    • Sibling Rivalry Is Normal

    • Understanding Toddler Sibling Rivalry PDF

    • 4 Main Causes of Sibling Rivalry

  • 3

    23 Steps to Solve Sibling Rivalry

    • Step 1. Pay Attention to the Right Behaviour

    • Step 2. Reward your children when they cooperate.

    • Step 3. Plan quality time with each child.

    • Step 4. Don’t get involved in smaller fights.

    • Step 5. Get involved only to help your children sort out an argument.

    • Step 6, Show your children how to sort out arguments

    • Step 7. Have rules around fighting

    • Step 8. Separate them if fighting gets too physical

    • Step 9. Help them to do problem-solving

    • Step 10. Talk about sibling fighting at a family meeting

    • Step 11. Don’t make your children share everything

    • Step 12. Don’t take sides

    • Step 13. Put the toy or thing that is causing the argument into time out.

    • Step 14. Don’t set your children up to compete with each-other

    • Step 15. Make games fair for everyone

    • Step 16. Encourage times when the children can play together

    • Step 17. Encourage time apart

    • Step 18. Plan ahead to avoid arguments when travelling

    • Step 19. Encourage the children to buy small presents

    • Step 20. Helping around the home will decrease the arguments

    • Step 21. Have fun family traditions

    • Step 22. Have rules to prevent arguments

    • Step 23. Pay attention if your children need it

  • 4

    Finishing Off

    • Need more help?

    • ...and finally

Who is Your Teacher?

Elizabeth O'Shea

I’m Elizabeth O’Shea, a parenting coach, author, speaker, child behavioural expert and the director of Parent 4 Success, which I set up 9 years ago. I am one of the leading parenting specialists in the UK. I appear regularly on BBC TV and Radio. With over 30 years’ experience of raising children and supporting parents in raising theirs, I can guide you to resolve you child's behaviour issues with tips and techniques that WORK! I have four children of my own so have first-hand experience of dealing with the demands of providing 24 hour care for children and all their challenges.

Here's What Parents are Saying

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Alexandra – Mum of two

”I’m more calm and in control. I think before taking action. I try to be more consistent. I have more loving moments together and just a happier household.”

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