It is easy to just say “no” or act harshly to ask children why they should not do something.
How many times have you used this method? How many times could you stop your children from what they were doing by using this strategy? Do you think this is a healthy and effective way to enforce rules?
Researchers would say no.
You can be more positive, and catch your kids doing good.
Find more details in this link that explain the positive approach and what it entails.
This resource can also help you develop positive parenting behavior, and help your children practice more positive child behavior.