Understanding Your Child"s Puzzling Behavior A Guide for Parents of Children with Behavioral, Social, and Learning Challenges by Steve Curtis

Cover of: Understanding Your Child

Published by Lifespan Press .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Learning Disabilities,
  • Parenting - Child Rearing,
  • Parenting & Families / Parenting,
  • Parenting - General,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Child Care/Parenting

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPerfect Paperback
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11840807M
ISBN 100979498201
ISBN 109780979498206
OCLC/WorldCa145553878

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Essentially he systematically goes through the process of how to organize and identify the issues that could underlie problems a child might be presenting. He starts with a very common sense concept of puzzling behavior--something that just doesn't make sense or is self-destructive.

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Skip to main navigation Skip to main navigation Skip to search Skip to search Skip to content. Understanding Your Child's Puzzling Behavior Resources for parents who are concerned about how to best meet the needs of their struggling child with behavioral, social, or learning challenges.

Perfect for those children with ADHD, Asperger's, Sensory Processing Disorder, anxiety, oppositional behavior, learning disorders (Dyslexia), or normal. Understanding Your Child’s Behavior All parents struggle with some of the things their children do.

While there is no magic formula that will work in all situations, it is helpful to understand the kinds of issues that impact a child’s behavior.

If you understand these issues and know what to expect at different developmentalFile Size: 73KB. Why can’t your child just behave. The lens you use to view your child’s behavior has vast implications for your reaction and the way you help your child.

If you’re frustrated because you’ve tried everything you can think of to prevent those dramatic meltdowns and it seems like nothing at all sets off those screaming, crying, dreadful tantrums, then this talk is for you. Through a series of action plans, Understanding Your Child's and Teen's Behavior helps kids correct common behavioral problems before they inflict lasting damage.

With insights into typical issues at each phase of an adolescent's growth and development, you'll learn red-flag behaviors early on and develop a plan to fix them.

Understanding Your Child’s Behavior A child’s behavior does not mean they are “good” or “bad” — instead, it says a LOT about how they are feeling. From tears to tantrums, children often communicate in strong ways that can really test our patience.

I always find it incredibly beneficial to incorporate classroom behavior books into my lessons when teaching good and bad behaviors. They allow students to relate to the characters in the book and they can see examples of what it is expected of each of them when they are at school.

Below are my favorite classroom behavior books. LIST OF CHILDREN’S BEHAVIORS. Name: _____ Age: _____ Today’s Date: _____ Please read the following list and rate your child on each behavior.

Indicate how often your child displays that behavior by circling which best describes the frequency of that Size: 37KB. understanding of your child’s behaviour and what it is that your child is trying to communicate through their behaviour.

It also offers some ideas that you might find helpful in guiding you to support appropriate behaviour. Being a parent is one of the most important jobs we can do, but it can also be one of the. Educational and Child Psychology 35(1), pp **Online course for parents 'Understanding your child' now available in English and Urdu.**RCT published.

Douglas, H. and Johnson, R. The Solihull Approach week programme: a randomised controlled trial. Community Practitioner, 9. Young children are not always very good at telling us how they feel, but they often communicate very effectively through their behavior.

Unfortunately, many adults and parents struggle to understand and interpret children's behavior, which often results in temper tantrums, arguments, power struggles, and volatile home environments. It changes our understanding which then can shape our response.

Here’s a lesson from brain science that has been helpful to me as a parent: “Just because our kids can do things some of the time, doesn’t mean they can do those things all of the time.” Feel free to write that one down and put it on your. Another way of understanding your child is by taking a look at their environment in order to learn about a certain behavior that you have observed.

Relatives, child care providers, friends, teachers, the community, the home setting, and other aspects of the environment can play a crucial role in the behavior of your : Robert Myers, Phd. For more books on making friends, check out Making Friends Book List.

Promoting Good Behavior Books. Being proactive instead of reactive is generally a better practice. Below are several books that help children develop a positive self-image and learn how to recognize their feelings.

I Am a Lovable Me. A sensory signal is a hint, clue, or indicator given by a child's behavior or reaction to the environment or includes a child's reaction to social interaction or communication. When one understands a child's sensory signals, it becomes more natural and clear as to how to enrich the environment with the right sensory tools and strategies.

In simple words, when your child manipulates you, she has power over you. As an adult, you can always break the pattern and stop falling for your child’s manipulative behavior. Expect your child to fight every time you say ‘no’.

That way, you can figure out how to deal with their behavior and not fall for manipulation. Two simple but powerful ideas stand behind this book's advice for coping with children's behavior problems: you can Authoritative and sound, but lighthearted and guilt-free, all of the authors' suggestions work toward building a child's self-esteem/5.

Understanding and Improving Your Child’s Behavior By Shari Jackson “Children need encouragement like a plant needs water.” Dreikurs Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

Understanding your child's puzzling behavior: a guide for parents of children with behavioral, social, and learning challenges. [Steven E Curtis] -- The ultimate resource for assessing your child's behavior, learning when to intervene, and knowing how to seek further help for a struggling child.

Over time it is possible to help your child learn to recognize their own difficult emotions and ask for help in productive ways. In order to do this, you have to stop automatically reacting to your child’s behaviors and instead attempt to understand and respond to their needs with compassion.

She can model the behavior so the non-autistic child will try to entice your child into more interaction and more creative use of language. Very often, children without special needs become very interested in the children with special needs, and get much satisfaction from being helpful.

Discipline strategies that work fit the behavior problems, your child's developmental stage, and his temperament. Understanding your child's temperament will help you predict your child's misbehaviors and guide your disciplinary style.

An active, high-energy child, for example, is more likely to behave impulsively and lose control. understanding of the meaning of their expressions or the effect their actions may have on others. This is a normal part of children’s growth and development and can The key to understanding children’s behaviour is to aim to identify the reasons for the Size: 45KB.

Billy is Nasty to Ant is the third book in the Billy Growing Up Series, aimed At elementary children to help them understand emotions like Jealousy and teach them important lessons in behavior. This book is suited for children aged 6 to 9 years old.

The story will help children understand. Understanding Your Child’s Behavior Hinsdale School District April 28 & 29, Molly Bradley Behavior Analyst [email protected] 1. My Goals: • Help every parent understand the 4 functions of human behavior • Identify specific interventions related to the function of each child’s behavior.

Praise For The Wonder Weeks: A Stress-Free Guide to Your Baby's Behavior Anyone who deals with infants and young children will want to read The Wonder Weeks.

This book will open parents' eyes to aspects of their children's growth, development, changing behavior, and emotional responsiveness that they might otherwise not notice or find. Preschool teachers are taught that all behavior is communication and we are trained to observe, document, and analyze children’s behavior to understand what they are “telling” us.

With a few tips, you too can start observing your child’s behavior like a pro. 12 Children's Books that Reinforce Positive Behavior. Feelings books help kids describe, express, and manage emotions such as anger in healthy ways. Reading books to help kids understand their feelings is an effective way to help our toddlers, preschoolers, and kids.

Children develop emergent literacy skills by showing an interest in books—encourage your child to turn pages and pretend to read. Imitating the behavior of reading will allow your child to explore and begin to grasp the overall concept of reading. ADHD is a chronic condition of the brain that makes it difficult for children to control their behavior.

According to national data, ADHD affects about % of U.S. children ages ―including % of children ages and 4%% of school-aged children. Learn more here about the 3 groups of ADHD behavior symptoms.

Try to avoid situations that can make your child cranky, such as becoming overly stimulated, tired, or bored. Don’t criticize your child in front of other people. Describe your child’s behavior as bad, but don’t label your child as bad.

Praise your child often when he or she deserves it. Touch him or her affectionately and often. Child behavior problems are best addressed with consistent discipline strategies.

Keep in mind that it's normal for kids to regress once in a while. Your child may revert back to baby talk at age eight or grow defiant again after months of compliance. Phases like this are normal and may be just a developmental process your child needs to go.

The questions your child asks and the answers that are appropriate to give will depend on your child's age and ability to understand. The following tips might make it easier for both of you: Don't laugh or giggle, even if the question is cute.

Don't react with anger. Your child shouldn't be made to feel ashamed for his or her curiosity. Be brief. If your child’s behavior is substantially similar to his or her peers’ behavior, it’s probably not due to a diagnosis. Keep in mind, of course, that all kids are unique and every child.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.Children’s behavior can make you laugh and make you cry.

They can be happy and easy going one day, and a completely different child the next. As they learn and grow, they deal with different issues that affect their behavior.

Learn to understand your child’s behavior and how you can help them with problems they may face. From simple whining due to tiredness, to more serious issues like.

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