At this age, it's adorable when your child gets excited about something, but when that little voice continues to get louder and louder, it can get on your nerves.
What you need to know:
At this point, teach your child how to use his inside voice helps teach other important things, including self-control and how to judge what is or isn't appropriate behavior. Using positive reinforcement instead of punishment will make it easier for your child to learn how to use their quiet voice. Your child’s still developing brain may not be able to switch gears right away. If you're dealing with a complete meltdown, it may be best to take your child somewhere quiet until the child has worked through their outburst.