April 21, 2021

PINCELBLOG

Information At Your Reach on admission update, educational news, free post utme past questions and answers, free inspiring ebooks and business empowerment platform

Guidelines for Dealing with an ANGRY Child

0 0
3 min read
Angry child
0 0
Read Time:1 Minute, 33 Second

As a trained educator and health educator we need to understand the importance of managing and dealing with a child even if not a child anyone with temperament issues

A V O I D

Screaming at the child.

Embarrassing the child.

Shaming the child.

Labeling the child.

Threatening the child.

Hitting the child.

Hurting the child in any way.

Indulging the child.

Reinforcing inappropriate behavior by giving in to his/her outbursts.

DO

Accept the child as a valuable human being.

Accentuate his/her strengths.

Acknowledge appropriate behavior.

Provide a safe, respectful environment with clear limits.

Follow through with meaningful consequences for aggressive acts.

Provide a predictable day with opportunities for the child to make choices.

Model kindness, fairness, firmness, and consistency.

Watch the child carefully noting the antecedents to hostile behavior.

Anticipate angry outbursts and arrange activities to reduce them.

Understand that anger is often a reaction to feeling misunderstood, unloved, hurt or afraid.

Assist the child in learning and using a vocabulary of feeling words.

Listen and mirror the feelings he/she expresses.

Facilitate communication between the child and others.

Teach the child that anger is a natural emotion that everyone has.

Help the child understand that it is okay to feel angry, but that it is not okay to hurt others.

Provide a safe place for the child to calm him/herself.

Teach the child ways to cope with angry impulses: stop and think, problem solve, sit alone, breathe deeply, tense body and relax, use play dough, count, draw, exercise, rest or read.

Help the child meet his/her psychological needs: to feel loved, accepted, secure, recognized, and a part of a group.

Panic as Lagos state schools resume amid covid 19

Nasarawa state announced resumption date for schools

We’re opening schools feb 1st; Edo state governor

Lasu short down school hostels as students contact covid 19

83c25a303ef0d69baef7060e25675406?s=400&d=mm&r=g83c25a303ef0d69baef7060e25675406?s=400&d=mm&r=g

About Post Author

Omojowo Abraham

Omojowo Abraham Job, is a gifted, potent, and dynamic Inspirational and motivational speaker (writer), a young rugged entrepreneur, an award winner, an educator, a web design/developer, a graphics designer, and health educator. He loves to provoke its audience’s spirits with his insightful teachings, seminars and blog messages in order not to settle for the less nor to be comfortable with their present state of lives. He incurred in them the rudiments to better their lot. His desire to reach on to people, to impart, brings about “Working Success Path”. It’s a platform that helps individuals to discover and pursue their potentials and be worthwhile
Happy
Happy
0 %
Sad
Sad
0 %
Excited
Excited
0 %
Sleppy
Sleppy
0 %
Angry
Angry
0 %
Surprise
Surprise
0 %

Average Rating

5 Star
0%
4 Star
0%
3 Star
0%
2 Star
0%
1 Star
0%

2 thoughts on “Guidelines for Dealing with an ANGRY Child

Leave a Reply