Does your toddler scream for little things when s/he doesn’t get them? Some toddlers scream whenever they want attention from their parents; it’s their way of getting attention from parents.
Other toddlers scream when they want something that you can’t give them.
Whatever the reason, screaming toddlers [Toddler Behavior] are really difficult to handle, especially if you are visiting public places. Here are a few easy ways to help you handle it in better way.
Stick to noisy public places
If you really understand the temper of your toddler, it would be better for you to stay away from intimate and quiet places.
This can help you to experience less embarrassment when your child screams and less likely to reinforce his/her behavior.
Ask them to stop yelling
If your toddler is screaming because s/he is happy, don’t comment or criticize him/her. But, if it is really hurting you, ask them to stop yelling.
Don’t raise your voice and never try to fulfill the demands of your screaming toddler as it could turn into a bad habit.
Make a game out of it
This will make your toddler’s screaming seem like just one of many fun things. If you are in a public place, you can make the game quieter and less embarrassing for you.