I know so many of you have it so much worse, but I am still in the same boat - frustrated and not sure of what to do. husband texted me just now saying E had a bad day at school again today (she's been having bad days since coming back from winter break). Today she annoyed her teacher to the point they couldn't get anything done. She fought with, kicked and stole from the girl who she always does this with (I knew the first time they met they would be best friends/motral enemies/both). She kept staring at another girl and got her the girl exploded. And I'm sure more because this is what I'm getting from a text message. At this point she's stole from the teacher, from classmates. She won't do her work. She doesn't get to do fun things because she won't do said work. She makes other kids mad (I'm guessing because she doesn't realize what affect it really has). Oh, and yesterday she said one of the boys said he wanted to give her a cigarette - they're 6!! (She knows they're bad, I don't know how much of the story is true and all I can do with that is keep the conversation open). Her teacher has an child on the spectrum, so she knows what it's like, but I think she's getting tired of the other kids losing out because of E's actions. husband says the teacher often looks wiped out at the end of the day. And yes, we have the IEP, aides, extra parent in the room, blah blah blah. I just don't know how to get it through to her that she needs to behave in class! Sometimes we sit and talk and tell her what she's doing hurts others and herself. Sometimes it works, but lately (the past couple weeks) it has not. Is there something that you could do to get your younger kids to behave in class? Any sage words to offer?