Mistaken behavior usually comes to the young children from attempts to interact with. Children who misbehave we call them “naughty”, but those children who make mistakes are just like a regular us. When it happens, teachers most of the time affect what children learn from the experience. It has always been very important that guidance responses support and help children to keep trying to learn more new things. As we already know that punitive reactions usually make children to have protecting behaviors, usually in compliance with the teacher’s expectations. Over the years of observing young children in classrooms, the research shows us that examples of conflict in children’s behavior that like the levels of social relations investigated by Harlow. There are three levels of mistaken behavior that I would like to talk about today.