anger management for 5 year olds

Anger Management For 5 Year Olds

Does it feel like your 5 year old child is ruling the roost. That unless you do what they want a tantrum will happen at any moment. It’s time to take back control of your life and add some structure to your 5 years old life.

In younger children, intense emotions and temper tantrums are common as they start learning how to regulate their big feelings and temper tantrums.

Deal With Anger Issues While They Are Young

But an older aggressive child throwing an angry tantrum is different.

It is tough to have an angry child at home. It can put serious strain on the family. You never know what little thing would set them off and turn a normal activity into a storm of angry outbursts or physical destruction. It’s frustrating and exhausting for parents and family members to deal with.

10 ways to stop your child swearing

Learn the 10 best strategies to use if your child swears. From not overreacting, explaining the meaning of words or even ‘wear out the word.’

4 great ways to teach a child impulse control

Does your child get angry without thinking? Teach them these 4 impulse control methods to control to help them think before they act.

7 ways to stop your child getting angry when they lose

Does your child cry or get angry when they lose a game? If you invest a bit of time implementing these seven skills, your child is going to find it easier making and keeping friends, dealing with playground life, and losing a game on the sports field.

Your Child’s Anger Language (And How to Change it)

Your child’s ‘anger language’ can be hurtful and unkind. So what does your child say? What do they mean? And how can you teach your child to be respectful?

Anger is like a balloon

With children, anger builds– like blowing up a balloon. Then something small can happen and the balloon bursts. But what makes it worse? What helps to reduce anger? And what are 3 tips you can use to as a parent to reduce angry outbursts?

7 ways to teach your angry child to calm down

Self-soothing is a vital skill for your child to use. Particularly if your child has an angry outburst. Here are 7 effective ways you can teach your child, to help them calm down. From deep breaths to creating a calm box.

Many parents are at a complete loss at how to handle an angry child

Do you have an angry child? Here are 10 effective ways to help your child to calm down when they’re annoyed, frustrated or have an outburst.

Is your child in charge at home?

Does your child rule the TV? Insist on the red cup? Or decide who reads their bedtime story? Here are 5 simple ways to deal with over-demanding or unreasonable behaviour.

The Secret to Defusing a Child’s Anger, Upset or Tantrum

What is the secret skill that will de-escalate your child’s big emotions, nine times out of ten? And what 6 steps can you follow if you want to defuse your child’s anger?

How can you deal with your child’s angry outburst? (Video Tips for Raising Children #16)

What should you do when your child has an angry outburst or tantrum? Follow these simple tried-and-tested techniques to help your child calm down quickly and learn to deal with angry feelings better in future.

What can you do if your child hits or is aggressive? (Video Tips for Raising Children #4)

Do you have an aggressive child? Help your child learn to stop hitting out using these simple-but-effective tips. So, they become calmer and express their anger more appropriately

What should you do if your child says “I hate you?” (Video Tips for Raising Children #13)

What should you do if your child says, ‘I hate you’? Use these top tips to stay calm, help your child deal with their anger in a more constructive way, and find ways to rebuild your relationship.

12 Ways to Help Children Manage their Anger

Here’s 12 simple steps to teach your child how to manage their anger and learn more acceptable ways of dealing with angry feelings.

Managing Aggression, and Sibling Fighting

Ready to get hitting, biting or sibling rivalry sorted? Here is a list of tips and techniques to use to deal with your child if they are aggressive at home