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With this skill, you as parents can discipline or give consequence to your kids without losing your temper or raising your voice while still making an impact by trying some funny, clever, attention-getting, wacky discipline or consequence to get your kids to do the right thing or to divert their attention from what they are whining or crying for.
DISCLAIMER: This skill is not a replacement for real disciplines that kids may need as you parents deem fit. This is just a light take on disciplining or giving consequence to disobeying children to lighten up the situation. Sometimes kids just need to divert their attention to something funny to change their mood or behavior.
To start, say: "Alexa, start Discipline The Kids" "Alexa, open Discipline The Kids" "Alexa, launch Discipline The Kids"
When Alexa asks the child's name, you have an option to say his or her name. Or to say "No name" and Alexa will refer to the child with endearing generic names.
After Alexa gives a random funny discipline, she will ask if the child is listening. Say "No" and a new discipline will be given. Say "Yes" and it will be over and Alexa will compliment the child for listening and reinforce them to obey right away next time.
To get help, say "Help".
Funny disciplines will be automatically updated from time to time. Please give us a 5-star review if you enjoy this skill. You could suggest your own funny and clever disciplines or consequences in the review and we will definitely consider adding them.
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Comes with accessories! Mine came with a belt & pen/notebook for writing lines.
"Toy & Game Restriction" mode is great!
"Drill Seargent" mode really scared the hell out of them! Lol, it was great! "MAGGOTS!". lol classic! 😂😂😂😂. (Link to the video in the comment section below.
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Great idea! I really like this skill and that it uses the kid's name. I'd love to see the parent role be customizable too. Fun and helpful for both parent and kid to take a breather and calm down, and I like that the skill follows up after the kid is listening.
The purpose is to interrupt the child from their current behavior and to redirect their attention to something more constructive. Like dancing for two minutes or some other silly act. Only available in the U.S. region needs to be updated to all English-speaking regions. Remember like with any form of tech, it does not replace real discipline for your child. I don’t think that this skill needs to use skill cards, because it is supposed to a real quick and easy shot, not actual punishment. Overall, I would give this one and a half thumbs up.