I had a meeting with-my sons teachers (he's in inclusion so there is a gen ed. teacher & a Special Education teacher) and I'm told that he has a lot of trouble getting through the morning and afternoon routines in a timely fashion ... these basically consist of getting their book bags hung up or together, starting the problem of the day, etc.... Also - he has a habit of calling out inappropriate things in class... like if the teacher says its time to come to the rug - he'll roll his eyes and loudly say --- why do we have to go to the rug again?! The teacher is going to start having him put down a tally mark everytime he does this and if he has five at the end of the day he will have to stay late as this is the only punishment that seems to have an effect on him. He's receiving Occupational Therapist (OT), PT, Speech & Play therapies already though the Occupational Therapist (OT) and Play therapy haven't begun yet due to a lack of therapists in the school. I think the morning & afternoon routine issues could be due to his gross & fine motor skill problems. I'm just wondering about others thoughts on this ... Are these typical ADD behaviors? My son doesn't yet have any diagnosis - Weve just started the process. During the summer he started some serious ODD tendencies so we've been seeing a psychologist who is trying to get a read on him but a test that normally takes an hour is taking several - over the course of many different visits - because my son won't participate fully. Since then, he seems to have lightened up - at least on the physical responses to things - i.e. kicking, pinching, hitting and is a bit better to deal with ... though he does take a lot of cajoling to get anything out of him. Thanks for reading if you got this far... I'm interested in any responses or reaction to his behaviors.