I've been trying hard to work with a very hyperactive student in my classroom. Lately it has been a major trial... Documentation of Today, Language Arts 9:15 Luke left his seat a total of 4 times in the same 10 minutes. Then in the next half hour Luke took the bathroom pass and came back with in a few minutes. I watched Luke struggle to stay in his seat this morning. He randomly got up, numerous times, such as walking over to the trash can, sink etc. He was all over the place, even had his math workbook open and looking at it during writing time. I reframed from saying anything, as I just wanted to observe. Again, with in this same half hour Luke jumped out of his seat and took the bathroom pass. He came back in, began to look in his bag for his math book, during group work. Luke proceeded to get out of his seat, yet another time, only this time asking me a question..."Mrs. D can I go give this to the music teacher?" My response, "You already left the room twice and you are doing math work. How much have you done on your Language arts worksheet? Did you do any at all?" Luke says, "Some, I have, can I go?" He's not catching on..."You can wait till homeroom luke, now is not a good time. You have a few minutes left." Luke walked away very frustrated. You can probably catch on to the main issue here. Luke left class two times, was out of his seat numerous times, doing work from other subjects and asked to go to the music room during classwork. Do you think the above documentation is due to hyperactivity? Any tips on how to work with children who are constantly "on the go"? I do understand he NEEDS and likes to move. I do provide him fidget toys and allow him to walk around the classroom when he feels the need to. Today, I was just shocked that he left the room twice to go to the bathroom. These visits were both very short as well. Thanks for taking the time to read through this thread. Help is needed!