How Do You Teach Toddlers Talking Versus Biting?
Mothers often ask me what to do about a toddler’s biting. Parents wonder if biting means that their child is headed in a negative direction. If you’ve ever had your child bite down on his playmate, you know how shocking this can be. You’re embarrassed, you scold your toddler and he ends up crying. You’re concerned about the child who was bitten and the other parent is worried too. Everyone is concerned about how to handle it. Parents wonder if biting will become a habit. Let me reassure you that biting is a phase, and while your child will outgrow it, he still needs attention and good guidance. A toddler has a lot to learn, including managing her emotions. She needs to learn to talk about what is bothering her, instead of biting. Here are ways to teach talking instead of biting. Help your toddler manage his emotions. Biting is a sign of frustration. Toddlers experience a wide range of emotions. They can go from being happy to frustrated very quickly. She’s happy to play with the puzzle