To understand their behavior, you need to give them ample opportunities through which they can project their behaviour. Figure out whether your child is an introvert, extrovert or ambivert. A bit of shyness is okay for every child, but those children, who feel inferior to one another and undergo a behavioral self-consciousness need your care and empathy. It can cause them anxiety disorders, and fright for facing new situations, and more.
Enhance Your Child's Self -Esteem
Whatever they do, try to show a good part of their part, even in case of failure. Praise their accomplishments, and initiatives. Encourage them to practice good acts. Keep telling them that sky is the limit only if they really want to do something.
Discipline Book Not Head-bound strict
Follow the rules that you ask them to follow. Show by examples. Set limits for the activities and try to be consistent with your efforts towards making your child disciplined.
Handle Their Crisis Meticulously
Never laugh away their problems or scold them for any mistake without knowing the entire situation. Talk to your child first to understand.
This will help them to be truthful with you. Have personal discussions with them for about 5-10 minutes with his or her teacher to know about their progress in the behavior.
Give Them Your Time
Ensure that you spare sufficient time with them; to play; talk; do their chores or for anything else. Children, often, seek their parents' attention and care.