If you read up about temper tantrums in young children on Google, you will see that children have different kinds of tantrums. In your daughter's case it is possible that going to the school is causing her to be insecure and she may be acting out due to separation anxiety. Does she scream and have tantrums on the weekends also or only on school days? She may simply be exhausted from the routine at school and also her deep-seated anxiety that you may not be there to fetch her when it is time to go home. You need to reassure her as much as possible that you will be there to fetch her when she comes out of school. Be firm with her about the temper tantrums or she will continue. She knows that she has a definite audience at the moment for each of her performances. Your partner must also be equally firm in dealing with the tantrums. This is usually a temporary problem. She can come out of her room immediately when she is quiet and you must just carry on from there as if nothing has happened. At this stage she is still too young to take her to a child psychologist. In the unlikely event that she is still having these tantrums when she is 3 years old it will be necessary to take her to be seen by a child psychologist.
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