While a certain amount of anger and frustration is to be expected in young children, some children become easily frustrated by the normal ins and outs of a day. This frustration can lead to angry outbursts and other behavioral problems.
Humans are social animals, and young children need to experience social success to fully develop their personalities and potential. But as easy as it may seem, getting along with others can be a rocky road for many young children. Studies repeatedly tell us that starting early, when the brain is still forming, is always the best time to teach new social, behavioral, and emotional skills.