Anger is nothing but a fair share of freaking emotions. Children learn from their surroundings more. They even capture the things they aren’t taught. You turn out to be aggressive at certain times, as it is common in human behavior, and you even know where to stop and when to control this flow of emotion. But when we talk about children and their actions out of anger, it is more like an unbridled horse with absolute zero control and energies at its peak.
They are almost unaware of what they did, when they went off, and even where they crossed limits. Their share of anger rises when they feel like they haven’t been understood or been ignored, or it can be out of rebel or stubbornness. Therefore being an adult and a parent, it is your responsibility to teach and train your child social ethics and emotional control because the world won’t run according to their perception of good or bad. The world goes off more random and is never easy.