* Apply consistent discipline in children. Thus, children know when the time to play out because they have to eat, shower, sleep, and others. Consistency makes children familiar with the daily schedule. In fact, the biological clock would be patterned and give warning when the time comes. Example, for every 14.00 accustomed nap, then despite playing around the clock the children will be tired and sleepy, and then invites us to sleep.
* Avoid threatening or scolding attitude when asked about the time the child disciplined. Create a call-call-a creative and fun so that he would follow us.
* Ask things interesting so the children would perform the routine. Suppose, for his appetite occur, ask what you want eaten menu. Use an attractive dining equipment.
* If the child is playing with a car or a duck-bebekannya, say, "Uh, the car was tired and dirty, we take her bath !" Or, "See, the duck was sleepy and want to sleep yet!" Usually children will be seduced by such an invitation.
* If the child does not want to move, make agreements that do not pause too long time. For example, "Then, 15 minutes more we eat, yes. Later on when Mama here means it's time to eat." 15 minutes later saying, "Come on, it's been fifteen minutes, darling. Your food is waiting. let's eat!"
* Do not be too rigid. Flexible attitude will make the child more easily work together. If the child has not finished with the activity, wait until finished. After that remind her to perform routine tasks.
* If the child still insist on playing, tell them firmly but gently, "Now is the time a shower, go to the bathroom! You're smelly and itchy if you do not bathe." Children also need to know the consequences if you wait until leaving the routine tasks.