Throughout every school year, DH & I remind our son (5th grade this year) to 1) listen to the teacher and not daydream, and 2) ignore the kids in surrounding seats who want to talk when the teacher is talking.
How can I convince him to listen to the teacher and not daydream? How can I convince him to not fall prey to surrounding kids who want to talk which end up getting him in trouble? How does a kid avoid distractions, and instead concentrate on the teacher and schoolwork?
Is there such a website that offers this kind of advice?
I'm thinking of asking the teacher (during meet & greet) to surround him by girls, or seat him in the very front row, to avoid distractions.
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