Practical Guide to Solving Preschool Behavior Problems helps teachers, caregivers and parents manage many of the situations they face when dealing with common behavior problems in the preschool setting. The author identifies and defines seven specific behaviors and instructs the reader in how to end each behavior in the moment and curtail future occurrences. Each chapter begins with a hypothetical scenario involving a particular behavior, as well as a concise description. The author goes on to examine implications of the behaviors and alternatives which may provide a simple solution. Then, a goal is set for changing the behavior and a detailed procedure is laid out to achieve change. Ultimately, suggestions are made for maintaining the positive changes once they have been brought about. A special section called Your Turn enables readers to practice what they have learned and a summary chapter pulls together all the information presented. Finally, a list of reference books, articles and Web sites will lead the reader to information on related topics.