Pay close attention to the behavior and look for patterns. For example, do outbursts always happen when it’s time to read? Is the anger worse at certain times of day?
Kids get the best help and support when families and teachers work closely together.
Share your observations
and concerns. Talk about strategies to try and what to do next.
Pediatricians can also help with behavior challenges. Parents and caregivers should connect with their child’s doctor about the anger issues they’re seeing.
Parents and caregivers: Keep in mind that it’s not uncommon for fourth graders to suddenly stop talking to you. Find out
why it happens and what to do