If a child often gets angry, it’s important to understand why. Observing the behavior and jotting down notes can help you pick up on patterns.
Share your observations. It’s important for parents and teachers to know what’s happening at school and at home, and to talk about what might help with the anger.
Parents can also talk with their child’s health care provider to see what might be causing the intense emotions and outbursts.
Parents and caregivers: Learn
how to look for patterns
in your child’s anger.
tips for sharing your concerns