To help him stop, you might give him something else to do with his hands that isn't so noticeable. Maybe holding and squeezing something like a stress ball, finger squeezer, would help. Or rubbing a bracelet, coiled keychain, or pencil grip. Anything that your child can do silently and that your teacher and others maybe won't notice —.
Playing With Your Child. While children do need time to play alone and with other children without adult intervention, research shows that playtime with parents is also important. Children crave time with parents. It makes them feel special. Parents are encouraged to find time to spend playing with their kids on a regular basis. This should include one to one with each child and group time.
One day in primary school I was playing with my friends and I untied my hair and then a white kid passed me and said my hair looked like it had been electrocuted. After this It was rare for me to.
Smearing can take lots of different forms, from a toddler reaching into her nappy and then wiping poo on herself through to an older child taking faeces out of the toilet and playing with it. Smearing has been linked to children with autism, but this is only one of many possible causes.
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It is helpful but not essential for your child to acknowledge what he is doing and participate in efforts to stop. Your child may also have some helpful suggestions of his own. If the hair pulling is done as a repetitive ritualistic behaviour, then the management plan is to use behavioural therapy and medication. Competing response training where your child is taught to substitute another.