ok my daughter is 8 years old and is in second grade and since school has started she has been in trouble 7 times now
she has been getting yellow days for yelling out in class, talking in class, not following directions, tearing apart a eraser and throwing it at other students, making noise stuff like that. well I grounded her for the week end which is no cartoons no playing with other kids no riding her bike to try to correct this behavior I have also talked to her letting her know this behavior isn't allowed and what will happen if it continues like getting in trouble at school going to office missing recess ect what can I do to stop her from acting out in class her teacher said academically she is doing great but not following the rules at school is a problem any help
Honestly there is not anything you can do to control her behavior at school. You can talk and punish her at home but once she leaves the house there is nothing you can do. My son also has behavior issues at school and the school phycologist suggested letting the consequences at school be his punishment for his behavior at school. Basically school stays at school. Now don't get me wrong, I am in constant communication with his teacher, we email almost daily, and I do talk with my son about his behavior and the consequences and what's expected of him. He just isn't punished at home for it and so far it's working quite well.
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