my child is 2 and half year old now n he is too active,he loves to play all the time according to him,and distroys every toy or things around,and if objected he screams a lot.i rearly hit him.he is not interested in learning alphabets or any rhyme.he wants to play all the time.he even doesnt sleeps at day time.at night his sleeping hrs are 8 to 10 hrs.he is very aggressive too,when left alone in a big ares he runs here n there without caring about gettin hurt.
he even gets hurt many times a day.what should i do to control him and put him in positive direction?
It is notmal for a child of two to want to play. Your expectation that he should learn things such as rhyming is unrealistic. The same holds true for large open areas. Children of two love to run around. This in itself is not unusual. Now, the aggressive behavior may be abnormal. When he acts in an aggressive fashion, place him in time out.
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