Aggressive Behavior in Early Age Children in Group B at TKS Aisyiyah Bustanul Athfal VI Seddur


  • Luthfatun Nisa' IAIN MADURA


Aggressive behavior, group B


The aim of this research is to describe the forms of aggressive behavior that appear in children, to find out the factors that cause aggressive behavior in group B children at TKS Aisyiyah Bustanul Athfal VI. This research uses qualitative methods with a case study approach. The research carried out involved five subjects, consisting of two children's parents, one class teacher and two children who behaved aggressively. Data collection was obtained through observation, in- depth interviews with educators and parents, and documentation. The results of this study show that the aggressive behavior of children in group B that often appears is hitting, mocking, disobeying orders, shouting, pulling, kicking, fighting and fighting, yelling, getting angry and throwing things away when their desires are not fulfilled. There are even those who say that it is not appropriate for their age, for example saying dirty things. The causes of aggressive behavior in early childhood in group B are internal factors or factors that originate from within the child such as experiencing frustration, depression and unfulfilled desires; and external factors or factors that come from outside the child such as environmental influences (family, community, school), the influence of mass media which displays violent "spectacles", as well as physical punishment given by parents so that they become an example for children.

Keywords: Aggressive behavior, group




How to Cite

Irma, & Luthfatun Nisa’. (2024). Aggressive Behavior in Early Age Children in Group B at TKS Aisyiyah Bustanul Athfal VI Seddur. SINAU Seminar Nasional Anak Usia Dini, 1(1), 85–95. Retrieved from