ISBN 978-1-62137-195-3

106 pages softcover


…there are two kinds of tantrums and one often follows from the other…

The first kind of ‘tantrum’ comes about when a child is between two and three years of age as a result of not being understood by the adult who is closest to the child.

The second kind of tantrum comes in a variety of forms with some common features: The child demands something, doesn’t get it, begins to cry, or even scream; parent retreats and gives in to pacify the child.

Practical clues to prevent tantrums:

  • Involve young children in the activities of daily life
  • Tell them beforehand what the plan is
  • Allow them to help by giving them a task
  • Talk them through the process of what you are doing

Buy your copy of 'How to Hold a Glue Stick' for more practical clues to prevent tantrums.