To make a very long story short, I have a very immature 3 yr old (who is turning 4 next month) who thinks it is funny to not sit during circle time. I literally had to chase him around the room 4 times today at different points during the day when we were doing some sort of group instruction at the circle-time area. He thinks it is funny, but the strangest part is that his twin brother acts like he doesn't even know the crazy defiant kid. They're polar opposites. I tried everything I could think of including: ignoring him giving the "good listeners" stickers making him miss (some of) both indoor and outdoor free time telling the other kids how happy they were making me and M how sad I was that he wouldn't sit letting him walk around the back of the room (which was fine until he started playing with things, which is NOT ok) taking him down to talk to the director carrying him to the carpet and making him sit on my lap having the rest of the kids praise him w/ me if he DOES sit down (even if it's by force) using positive peer pressure by asking the kids to raise their hand if they want M to come sit with us I'm getting NOTHING done & the rest of my kids are angels - what can I do with this crazy kid? Aside from the issue listed above, he also isn't fully potty trained (even though it is required by our handbook) and pooped his pants on Tuesday & I've had to work with him today on drinking out of a cup because he doesn't know how to do it and spills it all over himself (his mom would prefer I just used a sippy cup with him, but I refuse - he needs to learn at some point)...anyway, I could go on and on because I am SO ready to vent about this, but all I really want are suggestions...nothing works with him! He doesn't care if the other kids are being rewarded...he doesn't care if he misses play time...and he thinks he's being funny when he's running around the classroom...short of putting him in a strait jacket & tethering his legs (kidding!!) I don't know what to do!