tantrum is when a child has an unplanned outburst of anger and frustration.
Tantrums can be physical, verbal or both. Tantrums are a normal part of your
child’s development. They happen as a child learns to become more independent.
A big cause
of toddler temper tantrums is the conflict they feel. They seek independence
but still crave their parents’ attention. And they haven’t developed coping
skills to deal with strong emotions or disappointments. They often lack the
verbal skills to explain how they feel, so they lash out instead.
temper tantrum is not a reflection of poor parenting. Tantrums happen because
of a child’s personality and current situation. They’re a normal part of child
If you sense a tantrum starting, but it hasn’t become a full-blown outburst, try to distract your child.
out something interesting or engage them in an activity.
them in sight
we engage children in character education lessons to be aware of how to manage
emotions when in anger.