The ﬁrst time you saw or heard that your preschooler was hitting, you might have thought it was cute or ﬁgured it was a one-time thing. But if the hitting has escalated and you have a full-fledged Mike Tyson on your hands, it’s no longer a laughing matter or a minor problem. Having a preschooler who uses his hands to express himself isn’t fun. Your child’s targets won’t enjoy feeling like a personal punching bag.
So, what can you do when your child would rather hit than talk out their issues? This guide will help you ﬁgure out why your child might be hitting and give you some solutions so you can land a knockout punch to that bad habit once and for all.
- Why Do Preschoolers Hit?
- When to Mention it to Your Doctor
- How to Get Your Child to Stop Hitting at Daycare or Preschool
- Don’t Make Excuses for Their Behavior
- How To Get Your Child to Stop Hitting at Home
- Make Sure You Aren’t Hitting
- Dole Out Punishment Swiftly
- Praise Them When They Help Someone
- Make Sure Your Child Has Free Time
- Tell Them What You Do When You’re Angry
- Find Them a Book To Guide Them
- Songs They Can Sing About Not Hitting Others
- Videos You Can Watch To Tell Them About Hitting
- and more…
A straightforward guide and quick-read. (E-Book Download – 29 Pages)