Wake up / Sleep
It's time to go sleepy-bye.
It's time to go to bed. / Time for bed.
It's time to have a nap.
Did you sleep well?
It's time to get up.
It's time to get dressed.
What do you want to wear today?
This shirt doesn't go with those pants.
Stand still. / Sit still.
Now put on your T-shirt.
Take your clothes off./ Take off your clothes.
Pick up your socks, please.
Put on your trousers/shoes/coat/cap.
It's time to eat/have breakfast.
I'm still yawning.
I have a hangover.
I'm a night person.
I'm a morning person.
Coffee wakes me up.
Coffee gets me going.
Did you brush your teeth?
Have you brushed your teeth?
I have to comb my hair.
Safety and injuries
It's bad for you!
I have told you many times not to do that.
Don't sit too close to the TV.
It's nothing. It's just a little cut.
Don't touch the electrical outlets.
Don't try to plug/put anything in the outlet.
Don't touch anything on the stove.
The oven is very hot, you could burn yourself.
Those tools are too sharp, they’re only for grownups.
Don't use others cup, you could catch his cold/germs that way.
Don't play with fire, it's dangerous.
Wait for the green light before you cross the street.
Always look both sides before crossing the street.
Playing toys / games
Don't leave toys on the floor where people will step on them.
I'm going to count to ten.
Let's pick up the toys and put them back.
Want to play hide and seek?
Ready or not, here I come.
Please put the toys/books back on the shelf.
Want to play outside?
Do you need to go potty?
I need to go to the bathroom.
Don't unroll the toilet paper.
Don't use too much toilet paper.
Don't pick your nose.
Don't stick your fingers in your nose.
Wipe your bottom.
Your hands are sticky.
Wash your hands immediately.
Look at the mess you've made.
You need to have a bath.
Don't interrupt daddy/mommy.
Don't bother me while I’m on the phone.
Are you going to apologize?
You need to share your toys with your sister.
He had that toy first.
This toy doesn't belong to you.
What's the matter?
Why are you crying?
There's nothing to be scared of.
Are you feeling better now?
We're right in the next room.
Stop doing that.
We need to discuss this.
Good girls/boys don't do/say things like that.
You're part of a family, and you can't think only about yourself.
Don't argue me about this.
I'm going to count to three, and if you don't have the toys picked up by then …
No more discussion, you’re going to bed now.
Don't raise your voice at me!
That's a rude way to speak.