Answer by Rebecca727 at 7:52 AM on Aug. 4, 2009
You could begin by reading an age appropriate book which shows him how silly it looks and a better way for him to handle it. http://www.cjkidz.com/parentsgrandparentsteachers.html See some here Click on the Anger/Acting Out/Temper Tantrums.
Teach him a better way of communicating his anger to you by verbalizing it. When he does, acknowledge that he is angry, but don't give in. If he continues to have a tantrum, tell him he needs to go to his room until he can tell you (verbally with his words). When he does tell him that you are glad he let you know and you understand he is really mad. But still don't give in. Sometimes kids don't have the verbal skills to communicate anger, thus the temper tantrum.
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