Okay, so today at clean-up time, the kids are dutifully arranging blocks on the shelf, while "M" is crazily running around and throwing blocks any old direction. Me: I need you to put the blocks away the right way or go sit at your desk to calm down. "M" throws block across the room, stomps to his chair, picks it up and slams it on the floor. M: I'll go to the office! (he LOVES getting to go to the office, even if he's going to get YELLED at by the principal, so I try to avoid sending him) Me: No, you need to sit down or you'll stay after school for a half hour again (the only consequence he doesn't like) M sits down, proceeds to kick over the chair next to him. I try to ignore him because I know he's trying to get a reaction and get sent to the office where he wants to be. M gets up, throws down all the chairs around his table and at the other tables. I decide to treat him like a Preschooler since he's acting like one (mistake since he's stronger than a preKer!) I take him by the hand and walk him out of the classroom while the other kids get ready for lunch. He thinks this is a great game and giggles and laughs while trying to get away from me. Me: You're going to eat lunch in the office. M smiles and runs full speed to the office and in "his" chair, happy as can be. :help: I know I'm going about this wrong...just never had a kid this awful before who doesn't care a bit about rewards or consequences. We've tried all kinds of positive reinforcement...no difference. His parents are no help at all. They are very strange people who make him stay in the house all the time (no visitors, no visiting), but don't interact with him at all. He wasn't socialized at all with other kids before PreK. He's spent all his spare time playing video games and watching movies. He doesn't know how to be a human being. ???