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Each month, you'll be able to get answers directly from experts covering a wide range of parenting topics. You'll also have a chance to share your own expert tips with other parents. Ask her a question. My 10 year old daughter is facing a superindent suspension for her negative behavior towards the teacher. However, is an excellent student who is allowing a black cloud to superceed her acamedic acheivements.
A big part of this is because of not managing her behavior and attitudes effectively. Although, I do teach her different coping mechanisms, it appears that the public school does not recommend any other pro-active suggestion other than suspension. I have requested to see any documentated measure taken to assist my daughter in improving her attitudes and behavior.
What can I do further to help my daughter to maintain her composure in school and in any other venue? My 7 year old son has been telling me that he has no one to to play with at recess and lunchtime. He was new to the school last year and did have friends but is in a different class to them this year. When he asks if he can play they say no. Outside of school my son makes friends easily in a variety of situations.
Would this be normal to experience this exclusion at the start of the school year, or do you think he needs help with his social skillss. He tells me he has a big pain in his heart. This makes me feel terrible i just want to help him.
Every morning, he'd scream at my husband and I that, "he doesn't want to go to school! He started going to that preschool when he was 2 yrs. Do you think we should stop sending him to that preschool? My son who is in second grade has a partner in class whom he can not stand because she is very bossy, mean and controlling. If he does not listen to her, then she would tell inappropriate things on him to the teacher.
He gets very upset and angry at times because he feels he is being blamed always for no reason. How can I help him in this issue?
Cohen is the guide's Senior Advisor. There's a section that deals specifically with "The Tough Stuff," the ups and downs of friendships that might be helpful.
One girl she went to kinder with wont play with her but my daughter realy wants to be friends with this child. She never had problems with friends in kindergarten.
When I ask her what she did do at play time after she tells me no one would play with her she will often mention the name of a child who she may have swapped biscuits with or played with for a while before they went off to play with someone else. I have talked to her about friends and how to be friendly to other kids, we made biscuits for her to share with someone nice at school, and I have spoken with her teacher who was unable to identify any social problems, she is though having some trouble with sounds words start with.
She has always been brought up to be kind to others and never at kinder was there any suggestion by carers that she was not a friendly child. I am finding this quite distressing as I hate the thought of my child feeling like no one likes her. My son is in forth grade. He is telling me that kids at school are mean to him. At recess kids are not playing with him and swearing at him.
He is a smart child. He is also in gifted child program and never gets in trouble at school. Today he was crying and telling me that even his teacher doesn't like him. When he raises his hand to answer a question in class, his teacher calls on other students. He feels left out and sad when he comes home. I don't know what to do? I talked to his teacher about the kids not playing with him at recess. She didn't do anything about it.
My older son feels that his younger brother doesn't get in trouble as much as him. My husband and I treat them the same and want them to be nice to each other. What should I tell my older child when he tells me "Adam always gets away with stuff.
He never gets in trouble. You guys are always blaming me for everything and I always get punished. I occasionally jokingly call my 3-year-old a "dingdong" when he does something silly. He giggles and calls me one back or says in a silly voice, "I'm not a dingdong! Others sometimes think that's "name-calling" and will hurt his self-esteem and make him mean to other kids. My daughter is 5 years old. She started schoo last year and she settled well.
She has about 4 friends and she seems happy at school. Her problem is speaking with grown ups. She speaks with me and her dad and other children she is quite happy and confident with that. The problem is she will not speak with any other grown up. It started when she was doing her nursery and she was told by one of her nursery teachers that she was very loud. We are from a racial minority and my child has become very sensitive to that. From that moment she doesnt speak loud to any other grown up.
Now its affecting her education because she cant even speak up in class when spoken to by the teacher. Noe they have put her in a group with the teaching assistant although I know that my child is quite intelligent. What should I do to help my child speak to other grown ups, and what should I do to help my child overcome being sensitive? Cohen has failed to answer questions. I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn't arrived yet.
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