Our time out spot at home is in her bed. I tried putting her in the corner to sit but that was not working. It works well for us, I'd say 9/10 times she's stays in her bed where I put her and if she gets out I usually let her as long as she stays in her room with the door shut. Luckily she knows I mean business if I bring her up there after counting to 3 and usually she apologizes and we move on. If her special stuffed animal happens to be up there I won't purposely take it away but I won't allow her to find it and bring it with her and honestly in the moment she doesn't usually think about it. When that timeout procedure doesn't work I usually start threatening to take away toys from her room (in addition to a timeout) and then she really knows she better behave. Just yesterday I took away her farm animals that she loves to play with during quiet time, she will have earn them back with good behavior for a while.
I usually just send her to her room until she calms down, or has had a chance to think about what she did. Then she knows she needs to say sorry for what she did to the person she did it to "I'm sorry I hit you Kramer (dog)"
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