I picked my difficult child up from Kindergarten today (the 4th day of K) and the teacher asked to talk to me. Uggh! I have been having so much anxiety and wondering why she hadn't asked to talk to me after the first day... you could say I have been waiting for this - I knew it was just a matter of time. She told me for 2 days in a row now he had had a hard time keeping his hands/feet to himself. She told me he visited the time out chair today and then they discussed the Make Your Day program and telling the truth. The Make Your Day program consists of 5 steps for different phases of their discipline program. Step1: Time Out chair facing away from students for no more than 5 mins. If after that time they can verbalize the inappropriate behavior and indicate a willingness to behave appropriately they can return to their seat/activity. Well my son, cannot/will not admit what he did wrong EVER! That's why they got into a discussion about telling the truth. Anyway... long story short... I am wondering what to do at home when I am told he got a time out or in trouble at school. I am trying to think of logical consequences - but it just seems like anything I do would just be punishment and it will not help him the next time he is frustrated or whatever and decides to hit/kick someone. I have emailed the teacher and asked her to tell me what happened just before he acted inappropriately (I didn't think to ask this when she talked to me).