Hello. I am a parent of a 4 yo daughter in a pre-k program. I am concerned about some of the approaches used in my daughter's class. It appears that they use a white board (where all the kids can see it) to show who has not behaved well - the student's name with a frown face. They also encourage good behavior with rewards. Each week they give out a chart that they fill up with stickers during the week to one friend in the class that has especially been a good friend during the week. I personally am concerned because I want my daughter to learn to behave nice because it is the right thing to do and not because she was humiliated or bribed. 1. What are the acceptable ways of correcting bad behavior and motivating good behavior in this age group? 2. Does the NAEYC have guidelines for appropriate behavior modification strategies for this age group? Thanks!