The phrase "talks loudly" jumped out at me. Has his hearing been
checked? That could explain part of it, such as the
interrupting. On 11/28/12, Laura Houser wrote:
> On 11/28/12, pulling my hair out wrote:
>> I have a bright boy but is SO immature. He acts about an
>> early four but he is 6. He crawls under the tables,
>> interrupts, disrupts others, talks loudly etc...
>> He is not a naughty boy just SILLY SILLY SILLY... K is just
>> play time for him ( but we all know there is SO much work
>> to do)
>> He is already reading and he did not make our enrichment
>> program because he couldnt pay attention long enough to
>> answer the questions! But he can read it!
>> What can I do to develop maturity? He would fit right in
>> nicely in the prek class with his behavior, but
>> academically he is a kinder...
>> His mom sees this too and is very supportive and is asking
>> me what she can do at home.
>> please help!
> Oh boy! Fun fun FUN!! ;0) what I would try, and maybe you've
> done this already, but I would take his most chaotic or
> disruptive times, And give him a special job to do during that
> time. For example if its line up time and he's all over the
> place give him the job of carrying something or make him the
> line counter, (making sure everyone's lined up) it may help
> him to focus a bit . There's so many jobs you can just make
> up ya know? Good luck.....and dont forget to breathe.....:0
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