Terrible twos: How to deal with tantrums
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Preventing tantrums

 

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Preventing tantrums

If you want to reduce the chances of your toddler revealing their inner diva, you’ve got to anticipate their needs.
"Think about how you can avoid possible tantrum-prone situations either by changing your timetable or packing plenty of toys and snacks," says Joanne.

If you’ve got to do a boring task and you have to take the kids, try to involve them in what you’re doing.

Take the weekly shop, for example, boring for you, seriously boring for your kids.

Ask them to count out five apples and put them into a bag or choose some sweet treats for the house.




  
  

Sophie Herdman
08/07/2012
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