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Once a child has bitten another, extra vigilance is required to prevent another bite. Once the victim has been dealt with, keep the attacker very busy. o Do not isolate aggressive children, but coach them alongside other children. o Avoid situations where the child learns that if they bite or are aggressive, they will get an adult all to themselves! o Keep an incident book - think about what prompted the behaviour. O Consider whether there are enough sensory and challenging activities available - some bites and aggressive behaviours are a result of frustration and boredom.
52 LIST 47 A quick tour of observation methods Observation is increasingly becoming central to planning. Use a variety of methods to build up a picture of children. Checklists and tick charts These are: o quick and easy to use o good for monitoring skills and progress against developmental milestones. But: o there is a danger of producing pages of ticks that are not read by others o they do not provide information about the child's interests and disposition o watch out for poorly written assessment statements.
O Consider whether there are enough sensory and challenging activities available - some bites and aggressive behaviours are a result of frustration and boredom. o Feeling tired and hungry is a lethal combination - get food and drink into children and make sure that they do not become overexcited when tired. O Give opportunities for children to play by themselves and to have their own spaces, toys and territory - sharing all the time can be hard work. o Avoid reminding the child of their behaviour - this can teach children how to get adult attention.