As independent individuals, children need to be able to accept consequences. For example, if children do not tidy up their toys, they may bear the consequences of not being able to find them later. If they linger in the morning, they may be late to school and miss the time to explore with their friends. Many parents do not want to let their children take the consequences of their actions, so they try to solve the problem for them, such as tidying up toys on their behalf. It is better to let the child bear the consequences of this bad habit. Once they are aware of the negative effect of their behaviour, they will be motivated to change, and finally, cultivate a good habit.