A kindergarden teacher just nothiced that my 5-year old have a pretty bad eye contact. He looked at you when you mentioned his name and move his eyes some other place. He does not keep a long eye contact, we never noticed it before, because he does look in the eyes, but not for long time. he is very sicial, no problem making friends. Have maturity issue, quite active, but usually doesnot cause any problem at school.
Does anybodyelse experience the same problem.
Not that unusual. For some kids its cultural. That is how they are raised. For others its shyness, or may have to do with why his name is mentioned. Any way, its nice to know his kindergarten teacher is observant. Thank her for the information and ask her to let you know if she notices thing else.
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