Question by  agent911 (8)

What are some standard problems in a four year old?


Answer by  EchoC (553)

At four years, separation anxiety is a problem. This is especially true at daycare or school. They also may try to test their independence in unsafe ways.


Answer by  meganc (59)

Some problems that I have found in a four year old are behavior issues (tantrums, crying, etc). Some may even fight with other children. There may also be problems with getting them to eat properly and including the needed vegetables, dairy and fruits. Another issue may be complete potty training, without any accidents.


Answer by  HilaryC (1382)

A major problem with four year olds are simply temper tantrums. Each child deals with their anger in different ways and you need to learn how to control their temper while being firm.


Answer by  SugarSoySauce (228)

You should the following problems: being loud, don't want to sleep alone, start to not want to eat some food, being mean to one of his/her parents, not feeling adapted in kindergarten.


Answer by  profeana (12)

Four-year-old children often have articulation errors that include the sounds r, th, and l. They also sometimes leave of word endings or syllables within a word (e.g., saying "nana" for banana).


Answer by  kathryn26 (96)

Standard problems in four year olds are: 1) getting them to eat their fresh veggies, 2) getting them to go to sleep at night, and 3) teaching them obedience.

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