The teacher %26amp; parent has to tell the child twice because he/she is not listening.What advice would u give to a frustrated parent that has a 1st grader that constantly talks in class?
She is bored. It turns out there is a smart child in the bunch! Yeah! The challenge is how to channel all that verbal energy. Different people have different learning styles. An orator is simply a style your child has a dabble of (so to speak).
It's difficult for these learners because they simply are not passive learners but active ones. Even talking seems disruptive but she is not so interested in hearing what is said but participating - even if she is not talking on subject matter. She likely is bored because it's too easy and her brain does not want to deal with it.
Grrrrr... for parent and teacher - and the system that allows it. Ask her why she needs to talk during inappropriate times and find out how she can best learn. Tell her to save talking for recess and if she has a comment to wait and do tell someone later - not during class time.
Good luck!What advice would u give to a frustrated parent that has a 1st grader that constantly talks in class?
My advice would be: Relax. Breathe. Consider the situation. It is more important to know why your child acts out than to ';nip it in the bud';. The more you know about your childs behavior the easier it will be to convince them that it is their own idea to behave properly.
Just my two cents.
It is a normal problem.
parents should be patient.
talk to the child and try to explain him that its wrong.
trying constantly helps