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5 Tips for Managing Meltdowns and Temper Tantrums - Kiddie Matters

Parents learn quickly that it’s not a question of whether or not their child will have temper tantrums. It’s more a matter of when will they have one.

4 Simple Ways to Tell a Tantrum from a Sensory Meltdown

4 Simple Ways to Tell a Tantrum from a Sensory Meltdown

Sometimes it can be hard to tell the difference between a tantrum and a sensory meltdown, but they're very different! Here are a few hints!

You hear the fighting. The yelling. The temper tantrums. AGAIN. While anger will never fully go away, kids CAN learn to manage their anger (and so can we!) Learn four simple steps to help kids calm down, understand angry emotions, determine if they have anger habits and assess if they deal with anger guilt. If you’re a mom, you need these to help kids deal with anger, fighting and temper tantrums!

Got an Angry Kid? You Need These 4 Steps...

Kids CAN learn to manage their anger. Learn four simple steps to help kids calm down, understand angry emotions, determine if they have anger habits and assess if they deal with anger guilt.

A calm down plan to help children of all ages learn to manage big emotions in socially acceptable ways.

5 Steps to Managing Big Emotions: Printable

9 activity suggestions perfect for encouraging children to discharge their big emotions safely and in socially acceptable ways. The second poster in the Managing Big Emotions series.

10 ways to stop a Temper Tantrum | Some of these tips would apply very well to some adults I know too. LOL! No... really.

All kids tantrum. My oh my do they tantrum! After going through the wonderfully terrible twos with.

If your child has ADHD and also goes through frequent episodes of anger, you may not think the two could be related. But temper flare-ups are common with ADHD.

ADHD and Anger: What You Need to Know

"Temper flare-ups are common with ADHD. These episodes aren’t just unpleasant—they can have lingering consequences.

So often children are punished for being human..

So often we forget that children are human and have bad days too. We need to stop holding them to a higher standard of perfection that we attain ourselves.

So how do you grow closer to your son? How can you know what he's thinking and how he's feeling? FREE Printable! ~ Club31Women

FREE Printable: 21 Questions Your Son Really Needs You to Ask Him

FREE Printable: 21 Questions Your Son Really Needs You to Ask Him - Club 31 Women So how do you grow closer to your son? How can you know what he's thinking and how he's feeling?

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