Have him walk with his food but ensure that he eats all his food but at his own

Have him walk with his food but ensure that he eats

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Have him walk with his food but ensure that he eats all his food but at his own pace.This practice will calm his hyper active behaviour and then he will have a more positive mindset onmeal time.Temper TantrumConstant need to receive attention and to be understood.Listen attentively to the child's requestsCalm him downby coming downto his height level and calmlyspeak to him and let him know you understand his requests and thathe is loved.Connor will be more attentive and will know that he isloved and wanted.Mommy don't GoAngela is scared because she is a new environment and longs for her mother.Try to make her feel more comfortable in her new surroundings.Engage Angela in different activities so that she enjoys her surroundings and does not miss her mother as much.She will be more confortable and will show a level ofindependence while developing a love for school.Bully She feels left out due to her size so she attacks the other students in her class.Try to get her attentions and speak to her privately.Find out what is causing this behaviour and counsel her. Encourage her to see that she can still make friends in her class despite hersize. In addition provide her witha token every time she behaves good.Jenny will overcome her insecurities and will become more confident among her classmates.Reference List
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Bredekamp, S. (2011). Effective practices in early childhood education: Building a foundation. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
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