This patient support community is for discussions relating to the challenges of parenting children (age 6-12), including physical development, handling school & classes, emotional development, cognitive development, and games and activities.
My son has been having trouble at school. Last year in kindergarden he was fine, he loved the teacher and most of his class liked him. This year has been very different, he doent like the teacher and most of the kids dont like him. This is why....He thinks bathroom humor is funny....like saying "pee pee" "poo poo" etc. Earlier this year he was put on a behavior chart. today he touched another girl at school in an inappropriate way. Is it normal curiousity, or are we(his parents) not doing something right. Before when he was hitting other kids who teased him we said that his hands are to be kept to himself. I am so hurt and think the school and teacher and the girls parents will think we are bad parents. The weird thing is that when we have gone out with other families or even to chuck e cheese or the laundromat he gets along fine and nothing inappropriate ever happens
i am younger and dont have childern but i do know that inside of school kids have a "reputation" or sort of a way theyre expected to act. I am afraid to say your son my be the potty joke child its is normal you must insure it is only a faze and does not stick with him, my stepbrother clark is that child and is very irritating but he is 8 now and i can tell its just a faze for him bacause its nit as bad as it was say, when he was 6. so make sure it doent stick with your son :-) best luck
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