I had been a stay-at-home-mom to my five-year-old son and daughter (twins) since they were born. They're almost six now and have never attended daycare or preschool. They started Kindergarden this year (in seperate classes) and have both had some trouble adjusting. My son has gotten in trouble for not keeping his hands to himself (non-aggressive) and has been acting up and fooling around frequently during class. My daughter will not follow all the teacher's instructions, talks back, and is very disruptive. Both were disciplined with time-outs. I was told they were getting a tiny bit better, but still cannot understand why they behave this way when they are well-behaved at home. Because of the difficulty they've had, they now tell me they don't like going to school at all because they're always getting in trouble. There's no problems with them interacting with the other students, just authority figures. Did I make a mistake by not putting them in some form of a more structured environment before sending them off to school? What can I do to help them adjust?