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Child Psychology and Behaviour

bad behavior in school

Gayathri Aravind
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Jun 22, 2016

my son is 3yrs 20 days.. he is very naughty. now he hav joined in pp1 he goes threw it well ..but in school he is having d habit of hitting d children's biting them etc. i advised him but I'm really worried abt his char

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Carol

| Jun 22, 2016

Hi Gayathri, Almost every child goes through this phase. AT this age they dont want to share, wait for the turns, or take turns. When things dont go the way he wants or if he is intimidated by the other child(ren), the only powerful weapon he has, is his teeth as that helps him get what he wants. Your worry is a valid one as it's not only about your child, it's also about the safety of the other children. Don't threaten him or scold him. It's advisable to discuss with him the harmful effects of biting, that the other child will fall sick and how serious it is, how other children may not want to play with him or be friends with him and also how disappointed you are. When you tell him not to bite or hit, it's equally important to teach him other effective ways to deal with his frustrations. Help him to use words to let the other children know how he feels, tell him to get help from adult by informing them in case if the other child is also fighting for things. teach him the importance of sharing and playing safe. Observe him in the park or when he is playing with children in your neighborhood. Appreciate him even if he agrees to share for a few minutes. Give lots of praise for his good behavior. He will get there soon. Good luck.

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Suchismita Guria

| Jun 22, 2016

Hi, You must keep a watch on him... he must be seeing someone doing such things. If you're beating him, and you say it's ok to beat children to teach them, even he would beat his friends to teach them anything. This is their base building age. So be very careful of what he's watching in the cartoons or some friends or at home. If he's doing such things at home, don't laugh and enjoy his childhood like this. Discourage him immediately and say it's wrong, we shouldn't do such things.

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Darshana Kaneriya

| Jun 22, 2016

Hi don't worry that much about it behaviour allow him to spend more time with his frds. As the time go he understands.

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