My 5yr. old son just completed 2 years of headstart. he did great and is very excited about kindergarten next year. We asked his teachers what we could do to help him adjust next year. They said that he's too emotionally sensitive. this has been an issue for some time and I know that if we can't correct it at least a little by the time school starts next year he's going to have a really hard time. (IE someone knocks over his block tower and he has a meltdown. a child calls him a dummy and he starts crying. someone says "boo" and tickles him, he pouts and cries.)
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