Disruptive behavior is any behavior causing a problem for others.

Aggressive behavior is behavior that may cause harm to another person.

Examples of disruptive or aggressive behaviors include

It’s normal for children of any age to get angry or break a rule once in a while. But if your child’s behaviors are causing problems at home, at school, or with friends, they may need extra support.

The good news is there are things you can do to help your child manage their behavior and succeed at home and school.

These tips are helpful for all children, but they can be especially helpful for children with disruptive or aggressive behaviors. Parenting is a busy job, so use your judgment about which tips make the most sense for your family.

Try to follow a regular schedule for playtime, mealtime, and bedtime. It’s important for rules and consequences to be the same all...

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