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- Anger management. Reece, Tamekia // Parenting;May2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p122
The article offers advice on managing a child's anger. Figure out what sets a child off. If 30 minutes of shopping makes him grumpy, for instance, do not push him to go longer. Grab a child's hands as he strikes and firmly say "No." Say that hitting is not okay, but it is all right to feel...
- "HE TOOK MY SPOT!". Miller, Susan A. // Early Childhood Today;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p28
Th article presents tips on how teachers should handle angry and frustrated preschoolers between 3 and 4 years of age. When preschoolers play, they are frequently asked by their teachers to comply with requests to do something they do not wish to do. This can lead to anger. Teachers should give...
- Little kid, big temper? Howard, Jennifer // Parenting;Nov2006, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p104
The article provides information on common anger triggers for toddlers and preschoolers, and gives advice for helping children control their emotions. For preschoolers, acknowledging the anger can be one of the surest ways to defuse it. At any age, being tired makes everything even worse. For...
- Temper, temper. // Australian Parents;Aug/Sep2006, p78
The article discusses ways on how parents can manage their own feelings so they can teach their children to cope with anger. Parents should never threaten or walk away from a child who has tantrums for they need help to get control. Volatile parents make things worse, they should tell their kids...
- Individual Differences and Possible Effects from Outdoor Education: Long Time and Short Time Benefits. Fiskum, Tove Anita; Jacobsen, Karl // World Journal of Education;Aug2012, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p20
This study explores differences in the children's outcomes from outdoor education. The results revealed different outcomes within different subgroups: The children with an easy or a withdrawal temperament are good functioning both indoor and outdoor. Their outcomes from outdoor education are an...
- Anger Management. Leopold, Allison Kyle // Current Health 1;Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p24
Provides anger management tips for children. INSETS: Does Anger Make You Stupid?;Diaphragmatic Breathing.
- Everyone Gets Mad. // Scholastic Parent & Child;Sep2010, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p131
The article offers suggestions for parents on how they can help their children to deal with anger which include teaching them problem-solving techniques, teaching them to communicate their feeling of anger and helping them to find humor in tense situation.
- How to keep anger from getting out of control. // Current Health 1;Dec98, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p6
Outlines the steps that can help children control their temper. Manifestations of anger; Factors that trigger anger; Comments from therapist Roberta MacDonald.
- first feelings. Deam, Jenny // Baby Talk;Dec/Jan2003, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p28
Describes the emotional development of children beginning from the stage of infancy. Happiness; Fear; Temperament.