As you correct children’s behavior, you will be referencing all of the categories we have talked about before, especially God’s Moral Law. Here are some resources that put verses together in a helpful way.
My favorite resource is compact and practical. It’s a calendar-shaped booklet. I have it taped inside one of my kitchen cabinets. It’s called Wise Words for Moms by Ginger Plowman.
In the book Teach Them Diligently by Lou Priolo, there is a whole appendix with different categories and verses. It’s very helpful.
One resource I wanted to link to is a book by Pam Forster called “For Instruction in Righteousness.” It has sections for different struggles and sins and the verses in Scripture on that topic. You have to check out the sample chapter!
One of my friends is currently making this Child Training Bible for her family. She has both the Virtue Training Bible (with positive character traits) and the Child Training Bible set that is more geared for addressing misbehavior or bad attitudes.