Today’s research on emotion regulation reveals its importance on many mental and physical heath related issues. One of the problems to dysregulation of emotions is anxiety disorders subject. The aim of this research is to identify the relationship between emotional management problems including emotional inhibition, emotional dysregulation and emotional coping on children’s anxiety symptoms, where it includes separation anxiety, social anxiety, panic disorder, school phobia and generalized anxiety symptoms. The sample was consisted of 307 primary students including boys and girls aged between 9-13 years old in city of Isfahan selected by simple random sampling. The instruments were Screen for Child Anxiety Related Disorders (SCARED), child Sadness Management Scale (CSMS) and child Anger Management Scale (CAMS). The results showed that problems of children in management of anger and sadness consist of anger and sadness inhibition; anger and sadness dysregulation predicts anxiety symptoms in children (p & LT; 0.0001). However, emotional coping could not predict children & apos; s anxiety symptoms, significantly. In addition, dysregulation and inhibition of sadness and anger predicts anxiety in children.