I have a boy in Kindergarten who I think is definitely displaying signs of ADD. He is unable to stand still in line for more than two seconds, has difficulty sitting still on the carpet and completing work independently. To deal with a lot of the attention issues, I have been letting him squeeze one of those apple stress balls. This has seemed to help a lot. The problem I have been having with him is his poor choice habits. He will often do things that he knows are wrong--most of the time bothering the other students or inappropriately touch them. I have reminded him to ask himself before he does anything if what he is doing is right or wrong. This does not seem to be helping too much, nor does taking away recess privileges. I was thinking maybe if there was some immediate consequence following the undesired behavior, that might have a bigger effect on him. I was thinking time out somewhere in the room. If anyone has any opinions or other suggestions, I would greatly appreciate them. Or, if someone is/has been in a similar situation, what they did to solve the problem. Thanks a lot!