He keeps getting marks in his folder saying he's not following directions and talking, we've tried everything from taking toys away to writing sentences but I feel like he might think he's a bad kid. He's not bad at all but I am getting very frustrated because I don't understand why he's getting in so much trouble at school.
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You may want to work together with your son's teacher on a great way to get him to not talk out of turn. My daughter likes to chat endlessly sometimes and knows its not appropriate. She has discovered that if she raises her hand first before speaking, the teacher is more apt to let her yak away for a couple of minutes until she's said what she needs to. Positive reinforcement goes a long way toward self-esteem. I hope this helps.
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