I have a first grader who seems utterly unable to distinguish reality from fantasy. I'm thinking this will be an IEP goal this year. He's a great kiddo, he's funny, wanting to learn, etc. But boy, this worries me no end. For example, he was telling me a wild tale about killer bugs and told me that I was there. I very genly told him that I didn't remember any of that and perhaps it had been a "dream". He shook his head and insisted it "was real". :unsure: This is only one example out of many. Also, when doing a DRA he was asked "Can a rabbit sing?" He said, "Yes. You just can't understand what they're saying." I want to help him out of these worries/thoughts without being hard-headed and cruel. I've currenly just been listening to him and saying "Hmmm." and "Huh!" and "I did not know that." and "Is that so?" a lot. Any suggestions?