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Thread: For those who have connections to preschoolers.

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    Senior Member barking-rabbit's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    east of Seattle
    Teach them to write their names with mostly lower case letters.
    (such as Tom).
    When you plan games, take turns. Play lining up in a straight line. Practice being invisible(still and soundless).
    Using the word excuse me doesn't mean some one will stop and listen right then.

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    Ft. Worth, Texas
    Good suggestions. You must teach Kg. :D My grandson is in Kg and those are all skills he learned in PS. He still struggles with not interrupting. :D :D

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    Super Member Quiltforme's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Beautiful Washington state!
    I started my son at age 2 to use excuse me I could not stand to be interrupted by my kids (forgive me) If he uses it sometimes I will stop and listen other times I would make him wait. It has helped so much! My son missed the deadline for school and so I have been working on his want of writing and numbers. He has to write his numbers if he wants to watch a program or play a video game on my computer. he will sit for about 15 minutes writing 1-10 and then other numbers. It has made a huge difference!

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