If you have a very challenging youngster, here is a technique that will give you and the child success.
Give the disrupting child four clothespins. Clip them together to make a square. At the beginning of the school day place them on top of the student’s desk where they are readily visible and accessible.
When the particularly challenging student acts irresponsibly, quietly ask for a clothespin.
Taking the clothespin gives something tangible to attach to an undesirable behavior and an opportunity to have the child make a better choice. The student is prompted to reflect, “Is this behavior worth losing a clothespin, or can I figure this out on my own?… >>>READ MORE >>> →