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HELP! I have a child coming into my Kindergarten classroom next year with oppositional defiant disorder. I'm already having nightmares and missing my sweet, sweet class that just walked out the door. I'm particularly concerned about starting off the year right.
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Marie On 6/29/11, AM wrote: > Thankfully Dr's make that determination not people with their > opinions and I no I don't think ODD and odd kids is ironic- I finding > it insulting to children who suffer. > > On 6/27/11, Does anyone else think it's ironic? wrote: >> ODD kids? Odd kids? LOL >> IMHO only about 5% of kids who allege...See More
Oct 26, 2011
I'd suspect a calcium/magnesium deficiency and if it were my child, I'd be having him drink milk, milk, milk and NO SODA. Also, five veggies a day MINIMUM, including at least one cooked, dark green vegetable (as in kale, broccoli, spinach, collards, and you'll laugh, but there are few green vegetables more nutritious or delicious than DANDELION LEAVES. Beet tops are great too! Seriously...s...See More
Oct 26, 2011
This one's been effective too On 10/26/11, Marie wrote: > On 6/29/11, AM wrote: >> Thankfully Dr's make that determination not people with their >> opinions and I no I don't think ODD and odd kids is ironic- I finding >> it insulting to children who suffer. >> >> On 6/27/11, Does anyone else think it's ironic? wrote: >>> ODD kids? Odd k...See More
Oct 26, 2011
Early Birdy I like to invite spec. needs kids into my room. So I usually have at least one mainstreamed autistic kid. I also have ADHD kids in with the group. I love to use 1-2-3 Magic. There is a book called, "1-2-3 Magic for Teachers." It is just a simple technique where the teacher who observes a child doing something starts counting, "That's one." "That's ...See More
Dec 18, 2011
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