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I have a student who is a class clown. He disturbs the others at all times throughout the day by making noises, talking inappropriately, blowing in faces, etc...When I ask him to stop the behaviors he does but then restarts as soon as I turn away. I have found the best thing is to send him to the back corner of the carpet away from touching distance of the others or send him to his own desk instead of allowing him to stay at the table with the others. Mom is furious that I would isolate him. What would you do with a student like this? I'm open for ideas that will allow for my other children to learn and stay safe.
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Judy2/CA I must have bookmarked the kinder board instead of the
main board. i didn't notice before I posted! My
suggestions were what I did when I taught 2nd grade. But I
did teach kinder! We did most of our whole group
instruction when the kids were on the carpet. If a child
behaved like your student I may have moved him so he was
sitting...See More
Feb 13, 2016
Flacka If he has no boundaries at home then he doesn't act like this at home because he can do what he wants when he wants. If he wants attention, isolating him will make it worse. As Judy said, when you are on the rug, keep him right in front of you or at the edge of the group, I have given kids like this something to keep their hands busy so they aren't...See More
Feb 14, 2016
Jacque/WA/K-1 I answered the mail-ring post but I'll answer here too... I have a similar child this year, though mine was also violent (choking others, wrapping jumpropes around the neck of others, poking, pushing, shoving, blowing on others). I'm happy to say that by January, he has improved dramatically---instead of several times each day, we haven't had a vio...See More
Feb 14, 2016
jane On 2/14/16, Jacque/WA/K-1 wrote: > I answered the mail-ring post but I'll answer here too... > I have a similar child this year, though mine was also > violent (choking others, wrapping jumpropes around the neck > of others, poking, pushing, shoving, blowing on others). > I'm happy to say that by January, he has improved > dramati...See More
Feb 15, 2016
Jane Thank you! Good ideas.
Feb 15, 2016


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