Over the past month my son is having trouble with self control in school. His teacher and I have been in daily communication through a log that goes between school and home. He is disruptive and gets out of his seat..etc. He is also doing the same thing on the school bus and have been suspended for 3 days from the bus because he is crawling on the bus floor. At home we talk to him about consecquences and rewards. When he has a bad day in school he spends his evening in his room with no toys. It just seems like there is more I should be doing. Is his behavior normal. He knows the difference between right and wrong and has some wonderful days. But this has been going on for a month now and I need to know what I can do to help my son. thank you!
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