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My son was throwing things at one. I started by telling him, "we hand over the toy" (or whatever it was. Then I exaggerated the motions of handing something to my husband saying, "here Daddy this is for you. Look I'm handing Daddy this gently." I emphasized the word gently. We would use the word GENTLE as a code word for you need to be careful and not throw. He got it quickly. The coaching worked well until most recently when he just turned three. Now he is just flat out testing the limit. We remind him again to be gentle and we also take away the toy and put it in time out. I sit with him and explain why we need to be gentle and careful. He does cry but I keep him in my lap and then let him go off and play after three minutes. The toy remains in time out for about 15 minutes. When he gets it back I remind him of being kind. It works well for us and episodes are not frequent.
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