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3 year old pushing others at nursery.

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Summ3ers Fri 22-Mar-19 13:59:17

For the last few weeks, my son who has just turned 3 has started pushing others at nursery. He has a speech delay and can get frustrated but his understanding is pretty good. I’m at a loss what to do and I feel awful for the children he pushes. He usually pushes a child when they have a toy that he wants. The nursery gives him time out and he cries but then does it again later on. I just don’t know how I can nip this behaviour in the bud. I’m wondering about starting a behaviour chart that he fills in when he gets home but I’m not sure he’d understand the concept. He goes to nursery for 3 half days a week.

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Lookingforadvice123 Mon 25-Mar-19 14:21:24

Following as my DS has also started doing this since he turned 3. I know other children do push so I don't know if he's copying or what, as he was never a child who would touch another until the last couple of months. My DS' speech is really good so it may just be a phase a lot of children go through...

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