Why do kindergarten children use a naughty language?Your child is not happy about going to bed and calls you ""dumbass"". Like many adults, finding words to adequately express their frustration is difficult and therefore aggressive.
Or maybe his best friend in kindergarten has just expanded his vocabulary and finds it fun to pass on just a few chosen words - and now your child is eager to try them out at home to test your reaction to them.
In almost all cases, you're witnessing a thoughtful experiment on the part of your child. It has obviously heard someone else say the word with some vehemence or aversion, and now wants to see how you react to it. No matter where these dirty words come from, it's never too early to tell your child that they're unacceptable.
What can be done against swearing and cursing?
Stay FactualDo not try to wrinkle your nose when changing your child's diaper. Whispering anal words about diaper content are also not a good idea as your child will quickly realize that such a ""dirty word"" is guaranteed to cause a reaction. Keep in mind that for a child in the midst of cleanliness training, the body, all its functions and excretion are very intriguing.
Do not Forget Your Face
If your kindergartner says something naughty, you should resist the urge to laugh because it encourages you to keep going. Getting a strong reaction from an adult is extremely satisfying for someone so small.
Make Funny Alternatives
If your child just tries out a new word, you can probably persuade them to replace it with some other exciting expression they have not heard before. ""Abrakadabra"" and ""Diedeldumdei"" work well. If your little sweetheart can not express anger or frustration other than cursing, encourage them to say ""I'm angry"" or ""I'm angry"" in the appropriate situations instead.
If your kindergartner suffers from one or two expressions, you must make it clear that you do not use such words. It is very important that you do this calmly. If you get angry each time, you're just showing your child a chance to get your full attention.If it's a fake swear word, tell it that the word does not exist and that you do not understand what it says. Do not swear words that your child hears from other adults, or tell them why they are unacceptable. Just make it clear in an objective and neutral voice, when a word is taboo.
If your kindergartner keeps using a dirty word even after one or two warnings, then it's time for a consistent response on their part. Stay calm, but respond quickly and clearly. You could tell your child, ""If you talk like that, I do not want to talk to you"" and send the kid out of the room. The important thing here is that you really stay consistent and do not give in. At this point, you should also think about why your child balks so against your rules. Maybe it uses the bad words, because something else leaves him no peace.
Do not Reward Rants
If your preschooler cursed you for wanting something, you should make sure it does not.
Teach It Respect
Bad words and expressions are not heard in the nursery, on the playground, in the home of friends or at the grandmother's dining table. Explain to your child that such words are unpleasant to others and hurt their feelings. Also point out that it makes no difference if other children use the same language. Your kindergarten child is still learning to be compassionate, and sometimes it will not think of others, but it must learn that his actions have an effect on others.
Watch what you say
If your child hears you curse everyday, it will be much harder to convince them not to talk like that themselves. If your son or daughter mimics a word from you, you should admit that it was a mistake. And if you have older children, you should also monitor their use of swear words, as younger children are fond of imitating their older siblings.
Control your TV program
Little kids are taking a lot out of television, so you should make sure that it only sees age-appropriate programs and you're there as much as possible.