I have a 2 and a half year old girl in my class that does everything she's not supposed to during nap. She kicks the walls, yells, calls to friends, gets up, rolls all over the floor, and tries to get into toys or other things around her. I've moved her to a spot where she can't see anyone and she can't play with anything, but she inches her way into other areas and disturbed other kids. I've been willing to sit with her and pat her back, but she's started peeing on herself so she can get up. I'm supposed to be getting the kids used to going to sleep without help. Also, I have to sit with her for up to 35 minutes before she falls asleep. I have other children to attend to, plus I have plenty to get done during naptime. Her parents know that she does this, but she has other issues she is working through, so I haven't brought it up to them in awhile. Her mom gets mad anytime I tell her about something her daughter is working on, so I don't want to pile this onto the other issues. The director of the school knows that the girl does this, but doesn't offer much help. I offer the girl books after everyone else is settled, but her mom gets mad when she doesn't nap. I just don't know what to do. Any tips? Anything parents/administration should do to help me?