Emotional Development - LPS

Emotional Development - LPS

Emotional Development Chapter 11 Eighteen Months - Self-centered - Are likely to do the opposite of what is asked - Desire for independence - saying no is childs way of saying, Let

me decide for myself. - Frustration- want to do more than their bodies are able to do - Realization of being a separate person - Temper tantrums So what should you do? - Give Choices - Redirect the child - Encourage talking

- Try to help child find calmer ways of expressing feelings. Two year olds - Child expresses love and affection freely and seeks approval and praise. - Still have some emotional outbursts but they are fewer and less intense. - Easier to reason with. - More outgoing and friendly and less self-centered.

Two 1/2 - Not easily distracted - Learning so much they sometimes feel overwhelmed. - Struggle with immaturity and a powerful need for independence. - Need consistency Specific Emotions - Anger is often the child's way of reacting to frustration. Teach them

to use words, speak calmly, take deep breaths - Fear of different things. Phobias are unexplainable fear of something and separation anxiety is common. - Jealousy and sibling rivalry - Love and affection - Empathy (the ability to understand how another person feels) - Self-concept in response to actions, attitudes and comment of Encourage Positive Behaviors

- Explore feelings - Acknowledge feelings - Give choices Importance of Adequate Sleep - Sleep is essential to good physical and emotional health as well as adequate nutrition. - Prevent sleep deprivation - determine childs best bedtime, limit toys in bed, establish a bedtime routine, keep bedtime pleasant

Social Development - Socialization is the process of learning to get along with others. - Eighteen month olds do parallel play (is when children play near, but not actually with, other children). - Making friends is important to normal social development. - Imaginary friends help a child experiment with different feelings. Guiding Behavior/Discipline

- Guidance means using firmness and understanding to help children learn self-discipline (the ability to control their own behavior) - One year to 15 months - remove them from forbidden activities. - 15 months to 2 years - spoken restrictions as well as distraction. - 2 to 3 years - can grasp the reasoning of adults. Set Limits - Show an understanding of childs desire - Set the limit and explain it

- Acknowledge the childs feelings - Give alternatives Deal with Aggressive Behavior - Aggressive behavior says that a child is upset or that some need is not being met. Adult should look for reason for behavior. - Biting occurs for various reasons - infants dont understand difference between chewing on a toy versus a person, one year old

want to see what happens, two year olds do it to get their way - Hitting, kicking and shoving often occur. Two and three year olds have trouble controlling impulses. - Time-out can give a toddler time to calm down when they are upset. Social Milestones Age

Developmental Milestones 1 year - Plays along but often near others - Dislike sharing toys - Fears some stranger 2 Years

- Engages in parallel play Plays simple games with others Bosses oter children Saysplease if prompted Social Skills

- Establish a basic set of rules to guide social behavior (ie. not hitting) - Model good social skills - Help children understand and respect others feelings. - Show respect for other people's belongings - Show children how to use words rather than physically striking out

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