4. Bully. Jenny, a first-grader, is large for her age. When she enters the after-school program each day, she goes around the room pushing the other children and taking toys away from them. No one wants to play with her because of the way she acts. Cause Guidance Technique Appropriate Solution Reason Mealtime Fight Jake just isn’t hungry anymore. I would put Jake down of his high chair. I would make him sit at the table until he’s eaten but maybe try to talk or play with him to see if he wants to eat more. 18 Months old aren’t that good at reasoning so I understand if he’s not hungry. Maybe I could save him a little or have some crackers in case he gets hungry.
Careers in Early Childhood Education Assignment 4 Temper Tantrum Connor is looking for attention. I would walk over and see if Connor is not hurt. I would talk to Connor and ask him if he is feeling sad and to take a deep breath and relax. Connor might be upset because the teacher is spending time with the other children. I would ask him if he wants to join us. “Mommy, don’t go!” Angela does not want to be separated from her mother. I would go over and attempt to comfort Angela. I would talk to Angela and remind her that mommy is coming back. After I would ask her to help me in an activity. I would invite her to help me so she can get distracted by something else. Bully She is probably getting bullied somewhere else. First, I would see if the kids she hurt are fine. Then I would talk to Jenny about why she hurt her friends. I would ask her if she feels sad because if they don’t want to play with her and tell her to maybe be gentle with her friends and then they would play with her and tell her it’s not okay to hurt friends and if someone is doing it to her to tell someone. Sometimes kids do what is being done to them, So, by telling Jenny that it’s not okay she’ll know that whoever is doing it to her it’s not right. o
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