DS just started kindy this year and a couple of weeks into the term and up until now, his school has raised a couple of concerns in regards to his behaviour inside the classroom, it's not like he's totally a bad boy, but his teacher has been trying to direct him in a correct way when it comes to school rules, etc but he's being a defiant instead!
His problems are:
1) Making silly noises during class time (be it during story time, or any other time)
2) Laying down on the floor when it's story time.
His teacher said she had been continously correcting, reminding and positively encouraging DS to not do these things anymore, but still to no avail.
I've been telling DS to not to do this kind of behaviour using so many persuasive ways and a little bit of threats as well.
But I don't think he gets it!!
I don't know whether the silly noises and the laying down behaviour come out unconciously out of DS? I know he realised what he's done.
One thing i know is that DS' behaviour is quite like that at home too, where he doesn't care about rules and hates being corrected if he knows he's done something wrong. Basically at home he has so much freedom that he does whatever he likes, like chatting in loud voice to himself, moving up and down anywhere (quite a full on boy), and things like that I let him do as long as he doesn't hurt himself or attempting anything dangerous. Little did I know that these behaviours got carried over inside the classroom.
He does get warnings at home too and lots of advices and I have been making efforts to get him to listen to me, but I'm just a bit skeptical whether eventually he's going to improve, as it seems like his school doesn't tolerate him anymore and I need to act quickly to fix my own child