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Anger Management For Children

Anger Management For Children

Children's angry feelings, children's angry words, and children's angry actions can be a frequent and upsetting occurrence in families with young children and in classrooms caring for young children. Anger Management for Children explores how parents, teachers, and early childhood professionals can help children deal with their angry feelings. This two-part 75+ page article focuses on anticipatory strategies and rehearsals for dealing with your child's anger beforehand, as well as words and strategies to use in-the-moment. Techniques are explained to channel your child's angry feelings into appropriate verbal expressions and physical outlets. Alternatives to time-outs and spanking are discussed. A detailed 21-step plan for working with children's physical aggression at home and in the classroom is also outlined. An agenda for a parent-childcare staff meeting for dealing with physical aggression is presented.

PART 1. YOUR CHILD'S ANGRY FEELINGS AND ANGRY BEHAVIOR
  1. Overview
    • Culture, Gender, Family of Origin
    • Anger as a Human Emotion and a Positive Signal
    • Anger as a Protective Coating for Other Feelings
    • Triggers: Allergies, Medication, Nutrition, Family Stress, Childcare, Situation, Developmental Issues, Delayed Speech, Sensory Issues
  2. Your Child's Goal: Express Angry Feelings in Words
    • Communicating: Your Child's Sensory Sphere
    • "Use Your Words"
    • What is Developmentally-Appropriate?
    • Six Levels of Angry Expressions
    • Starting Where Your Child is Now
    • Realistic Expectations: What is Progress?
  3. Your Goal: Be PARTNERED with Your Child in their Anger
    • Emotional Partner: Accept Angry Feelings
    • Behavioral Partner: Limit and Re-Direct Angry Behavior
  4. Anticipatory Strategies: Feelings
    • Developing a Third Ear
    • Your Family's Feeling Vocabulary
    • One-on-One Time
    • Books
    • Feeling Notes
  5. Anticipatory Strategies: Behavior
    • THE THREE BIG RULES
    • "Use Your Words"
    • Rehearsals
    • Impulse Control: Slow-Medium-Fast Game
    • Catch Your Child Being Good
    • Anger Box
    • Stress Reduction Exercises
  6. Summary: Part 1
  7. FAQs
  8. Preview: PART 2. Anger In-The-Moment: Words, Strategies, and Techniques
PART 2. ANGER IN-THE-MOMENT: WORDS, STRATEGIES, AND TECHNIQUES
  1. Review: PART 1. Your Child's Angry Feelings and Angry Behavior
  2. In-the-Moment Words, Strategies, and Techniques
    • Goals
    • A-B-C-C Anger Model:
      • A=Acknowledge and Accept Angry Feelings
      • B=Behavior-Set Limits or Offer Encouragement
      • C=Channel Anger into Outlets: Notes, Imagination, Choices, Exercise
      • C=Consequences: Relevant, Brief, Immediate
    • A-B-C-C Examples
    • NO Time-Outs
    • NO Spanking
  3. Physical Aggression at Home and in the Classroom: A Detailed Plan for Waging Peace
    • Guidelines: Biting, Hitting, Kicking, Temper Tantrums, Hurtful Words
    • 21-Step Detailed Plan for a Child Who is Hitting at Childcare
    • Agenda for a Parent-childcare Staff Meeting for Dealing with Physical Aggression
  4. Summary: Part 2
  5. FAQs
  6. Summary of PARTS 1 and 2

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