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LaJOSEPH
LaJOSEPH asks:
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How do you solve the problem of aggression in a preschool child?

If a child constantly displays aggression in the classroom, for example hitting another child for not allowing him to play with his toy and scratching others if they don't allow him to play. How does a teacher deal with this problem?
In Topics: Bullying and teasing, Discipline and behavior challenges
> 60 days ago

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faridarizvi
faridarizvi writes:
Hello, it is so simple by doing some of the thing like when ever you want to say something just come up to his/her level.
by hugging
by telling that God has given us these hands to do good work to help other to do some writing and playing.
by telling and convincing through storytelling.
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TeacherandParent
TeacherandP... writes:
Sternly. Hitting other children and hurting other children is not to be allowed - a teacher deals with that sternly and keeps a good eye on the child who hits. "We don't hit" said strongly and with a cold look on her face is the teacher's response to a child who has just hit another child. If it happens again, a 'time out' is in order. "We cannot play with our friends if we hit them. You need to sit and calm down." Statements like "You need to use your words, not your hands if you want Tommy to share toys with you."

At the same time, the teacher is wondering - why does this child hit?? Is this behavior allowed at home? Is this a child who's impulsive and/or angry by nature?

As preschool is usually voluntary - ultimately a child who continues to hit will be asked to leave the preschool.
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