Child Psychology and Behaviour

Working mom

Swati Mishra
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Dec 21, 2016

hi m a working mom and I used to keep my 4 yrs old son in daycare. before admission he was very polite while talking now his behaviour changed. now he starts behaving angerly and if I say something in high voice he started crying. Can anyone help me to get thing in place

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Shikha Batra

| Dec 22, 2016

hi Swati Mishra! hope u r doing well! i understand your concerns. give a surprise visit to see for yourself what a regular day at daycare is like. also check for how helpers deal with kids, how quickly their urge to use washroom is being met with ? the hygiene being maintained , tone and tenor of staff including teachers and aayahs, what children are supposed to be doing when they don't feel like sleeping, and how do they deal with children when they don't listen?? if u find something inappropriate u could always share your concerns with them . hope this helps!!

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Manjusagaran

| Dec 22, 2016

normally in some day care they will not allow children to play ...they use to make them sit in one particular place till the evening ...which in turn makes the child to behave very angry as they don't know how to expose their feelings... u better check thoroughly what is happening in day care... y the child is behaving very angry ...if nt u change the day care where they let children's play freely and loiter around... coz I have seen in my son play school there r some children's in day care who vil just sit in a chair and some vil sleep in chair also... they vil nt allow them to play with toys also... in feel the same happens to ur child ...pls check swati... tis vil affect his mind and growth.

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Shreya Rajvanshi

| Dec 22, 2016

Hi Swati, you need to speak with the daycare lady and find out the kind of children your child is mixing with. Also, speak with his class teacher and find out if there is out of ordinary in your child's behavior in the classroom as well.

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