My son's teacher (he's in K) sent a note home that he "Has trouble following directions." I asked her to be more specific, and she sent a note today that she asked everyone to freeze and turned out the light and Charlie kept playing. He said he didn't notice she turned out the light, and I believe him. He gets in this zone sometimes when he's playing, he says he plays movies or video games in his head. There are times when you actually have to touch him to snap him out of it. He had a similar problem in Pre-K and we took him to a child psych and she said he's not ADD, just bored. I know the teacher doesn't have time to touch his arm when he's in the zone, so I have no idea what to do. Any ideas?
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