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Always throwing his toys!!!!!!!! Lock Rss

Hi,

Just wondering if any other toddlers out there throw their toys around the room more than play with them??

My son would rather throw them around than play with them.

Is this normal???

All replies appreciated!!!!!!

Thanks Brocks Mummy
hmm i have a 2 year old that is forever throwing things! I just make him go and pick it up and then take it off him. As they get older it's alot easier to dicipline them. You just have to find away to make him see that it's wrong. Good luck!!
My DS is the same. Usually he is throwing them towards me or a carer as he is wanting to 'play' and this is his version of passing the toy.

Generally we just make him go and pick it up himself, but then he thinks it is a game and keeps doing it lol.

My DS is the same. Usually he is throwing them towards me or a carer as he is wanting to 'play' and this is his version of passing the toy.

Generally we just make him go and pick it up himself, but then he thinks it is a game and keeps doing it lol.



Hi,

Yep our DS is always throwing his toys at us he doesnt play with them just picks them up and throws them around everywhere!!
Yep - DS does it A LOT!! Drives me mental! I confiscate the toy after 2 warnings.....DS gets the picture & that generally stops him smile He's thrown toys into the TV before! Thank God it didn't break!!

When my DD throws toys that aren't meant for throwing I calmly & matter-of-factly say "I'm not playing with you if you throw toys" and I get up and walk away. She HATES this!! She responds by crying because she wants me to keep playing with her. After about 20-30 seconds I walk back over and say "are you going to keep throwing your toys?" if she says "yes" then I simply repeat that I'm not playing and walk away again. This time leaving her a little longer. Then when she replies to me "no mummy" I say "great! I'd love to play with you again. How about we do ...." and redirect her to a different game.

The most its taken is for me to return is twice before she says shes not throwing them anymore.

I guess I chose this way because I was trying to get the idea across to her that other people around her wont like it if she throws toys etc. Whether its me or another child - no one really wants to have toys thrown at or near them. So if she wants to have a playing-friend then she needs to play nicely.

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my ds did this and started throwing them at me and his baby brother thinking it was agme at my wits end i told him they were going to other kids that would apprciate them he cried and stopped for two weeks then did it again got the same warning lasted about three days and so the garbage bags came out and we narrowed 5 toy boxes down to one good thing i did it too as xmas is nearing...i have put half in the one toy box and hidden the other half and do inter changes i think to much choice to play with makes them throw them around...the charity was greatful of them too and the throwing has stopped YAY!!
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