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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo View Post
    Our DS was having multiple incidents per day as well. I would go into class and have the kids line up to tell me how my DS kicked/hit them. It was terrible.

    For my DS, it was a matter of finding his currency. The rewards to him were worth behaving all day for. Maybe we were just lucky, but even as a just turned 5 year old he had enough self control to stop when it was worth his while doing so.
    Wow. I can't believe you were allowed to go into the class to do that!
    My son is just very, very impulsive. Has been since 15m of age. We've had to watch him like a hawk every where around kids and then kinder he was the same but not as bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    Wow. I can't believe you were allowed to go into the class to do that!
    My son is just very, very impulsive. Has been since 15m of age. We've had to watch him like a hawk every where around kids and then kinder he was the same but not as bad.
    Sorry, I just mean that I would go to class to help with reading or whatever and the other kids would use it as an opportunity to tell me how they'd been annoyed or hurt by DS.

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    Oh yeah I'm hoping to do one day a week helper!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    You know what, I'm kinda glad that I'm not picking him up every day next week. That way I can avoid to hear the "bad" stuff in front of Ds. I might just go through the positives in the book with him.
    Even if she calls to "Dob" I might not even bring it up with him. Maybe it's making it worse? I might just tell him to remember to be gentle and hands off (instead of saying, you did this, this and this).
    What do you think?


    Ps- she did say throughout the day she is giving him good / positive feedback, so that's good.
    I think that is a great idea!! He should only be reprimanded once at the time, especially at this age. Keep it positive and remind him of the good stuff he's done

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