Recently, some of the children in my daughters classroom(4-5 year olds) have started to tell their friends that they don't want to be their friend anymore and so on...Well, one of the mothers overheard and her child was crying in the corner. The mother reported it. Now when the kids are doing this they are punished with a time-out. Yes, it is sad. But, is this not normal behavior? Don't kids go through this stage? How many of you think that this is just? Just curious.
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