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Parent. Trying to be better at it.


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comment Typical frequency of discplinary issues for a kindergartener?
Rain, I wonder if teachers are encouraged to document discipline issues to protect themselves from the accusations of parents or if it is primarily for to benefit the child's development?
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comment Typical frequency of discplinary issues for a kindergartener?
Let's try to remember that this behavior, playing, fighting and talking, is normal for a five year old and that quietly sitting at a desk while the teacher is talking is unusual behavior.
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comment How to teach bike riding with a balance bike
A couple related but distinct bike teaching and learning questions: parenting.stackexchange.com/q/1992/807 and parenting.stackexchange.com/q/633/807
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comment What do you do to help an ADHD kid get along in the classroom or with school work better?
Could you provide more details of the problems the student is facing? It is difficult to give solid suggestions for coping without solid examples of problems. Some important info I feel is needed: is the child diagnosed by aphysician as having ADHD? was this diagnosis suggested by the teacher or school representative? What are the problems? What are the consequences of the child's behavior? Please expand your question.
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comment Getting young children to take meds
Is this a liquid or tablet?
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answered For toothbrushing a one year old (who eats the toothpaste) should we be using fluoride paste or not?
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comment What can be done when a child cuts his or her hair?
-1: I like the idea that certain behaviors have natural consequences, but I don't like the tone of "stupid choices." I doubt she chose to give a bad hair cut. She probably wanted to recreate the special feeling of attention she gets at the hair salon. Or something like that. Anyway maybe the lesson is "sometimes experiments fail". Or "we need to practice things before we do the for real."