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If my kids have classroom behavior issues and are acting out, how should I deal with it?

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If my kids have classroom behavior issues and are acting out, how should I deal with it?

Any time you have concerns about your child's adjustment in a classroom or any type of behavioral concerns in the classroom whether it's disruptive behavior or maybe some emotional issues, such as separating from the caretaker or getting along with the other kids, the first thing that I would recommend is just touching base with the childcare provider and getting some information on your child's behavior throughout the day. Ask them some questions about how they are coping with other children or if they are engaging in disruptive behaviors. Then I would ask the provider what kinds of strategies are being put in place currently to address those behaviors and address those concerns. Sometimes it might be helpful for you to provide strategies that work for you in the home that addresses those issues. It's important that you work together as a team with the provider in coming up with strategies that are going to most benefit your child. If you have ongoing concerns about their emotions or their behavior in the setting, another route that you could take would be to talk to a behavioral health provider or therapist about your child's behavior.

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