Preschool Behavior Problems You Shouldn’t Ignore
If you’re working with a preschooler, it’s important to be aware of some common preschool behavior problems that you should never ignore. Here are a few examples:
1. Crankiness and disobedience: While some preschoolers may be Rashomon-type personalities and enjoy getting their own way, others may be more laid-back and prefer to take things one step at a time. If you find that your child is consistently breaking rules or refusing to comply with your expectations, it may be best to take them to a professional or another authority figure.
2. Screaming and violence: It’s natural for children to feel scared and anxious when they’re first starting to learn. If you find that your child is constantly screaming or throwing things, it’s best to take them to a psychiatrist or psychologist to find out the root of their issues.
3. Being disrespectful: It’s natural for children to be disrespectful of authority figures, but sometimes this behavior can escalate into more severe offenses. If you find that your child is regularly calling teachers or parents’ names, it’s best to get them help from a psychologist or authority figure to help them deal with their anger and frustration.
If you’ve been struggling to understand why your preschooler is behaving in certain ways, it’s time to take them to a professional. A good place to start is with a behavior assessment, which will help you identify any underlying issues and give you a roadmap to fixing them.