Just asking whether you think the teacher is handling this okay, or any suggestions (for parents or teacher)... We have a family friend who's daughter is used to being center of attention- she is an only child, and was the only child at her daycare since she was 2 (daycare owner was retiring).. So the first day of pre-k was trouble.. she talks when other kids are talking, is sort of the class clown, grabs things from other children, isnt a very good sharer, and she will NOT sleep during naptime... she gets up and moves around and tries to talk to the other students. There are 20 kids in the class (yah, I know..alot!) and their system is like this: She puts them all in a circle and whoever was good during nap gets a sticker. She has never gotten a sticker. Then on Fridays sometimes, they get to lollipop if they were good. She has only gotten one once (and only because I was tutoring her that day during naptime and she was good for me). When this little girl misbehaves, theres no time out or anything- teacher sends her right to the principals office, she even has to take naptime there pretty often. I really think the teacher dislikes her, or is just sick of her, because she gets mad at her for the smallest things, like say they are reading a book about dogs, and she will say I want a dog. Teacher will say "It's not about you right now." She went to the principal a few days ago just for sticking out her tongue. I know the teacher must have her hands full, but any comments on this?? There has to be some other way to curve this behavior, and this obviously isnt working!