Your son is simply exhibiting attention seeking temper tantrums. Try this approach...completely ignore the tantrum. When he finally stops, immediately praise him. Give this a few days and see if this works. You are in control..not your son.
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we have tried ignoring the tantrums but he still goes back screaming,thank you for the sugestion,I will try praising him immediately after and see how that goes.Have you any other suggestions and on what to do when i find him scraping one of the twins? or on simple rewards for todlers of a young age that he will understand more suggestions please???
Remember that your son has only been in the world for 2 years. He does not have all of the language skills that he needs to express his needs so he in turn will act out. Make sure that you teach, guide, role model, and set firm limits. The next time that he is hitting one of the twins :1 Kneel down to his eye level 2. Sternly tell him "No Hitting" 3. Then take his hand and touch the spot where he just hit his sibling and say "Nice hands" while gently touching his sibling. Be consistent with this.
Also make sure that his diet is good because that can affect his behavior.
As for rewards for children his age: play time at the park, a visit to see a favorite relative, inviting a friend over, treat to a favorite kid friendly eating establishment, at home movie,
more play time with toys...etc.
With the toys, I never had all of them available. I always put some away in the closet for my children. When they behaved well I grabbed a closet toy and they thought the toys were new and were just so excited.
Hope this helps!!!