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I. Excitable,

, Veut tout commander

. Se-«-tortille,

, A peur (de nouvelles situations, endroits, personnes nouvelle, d'aller à l'école)

, Agité, a toujours besoin de faire quelque chose

, Autres plaintes physiques et douleurs

. Vomissements,

, Se laisse écraser, manipuler par les autres

, Problèmes d'évacuation intestinale (selles molles, va à la selle irrégulièrement, constipation)

, Tripote ou ronge certaines choses (ongles, cheveux, doigts, vêtements)

I. Excitable,

, Veut tout commander

. Se-«-tortille,

, A peur (de nouvelles situations, endroits, personnes nouvelle, d'aller à l'école)

, Lisez chaque indication attentivement et décidez du degré dont l'enfant a souffert de ce problème pendant l'année écoulée, Vous trouverez ci-dessous des indications décrivant des comportements d'enfants ou les problèmes qu'ils ont parfois, 2015.

S. Agité and . Tortille-sur-sa-chaise,

, Fait des bruits incongrus quant il ne faut pas

, Crises de colère et conduites imprévisibles

, Trop sensible à la critique

, Distrait ou attention fluctuante

, Perturbe les autres enfants. 9

. Fait-la-moue and . Boude,

, Humeur changeante rapidement et de façon marquée. 12. Bagarreur

, Attitude soumise face à l'autorité

, Agité, toujours entrain d'aller à droite et à gauche

, S'excite facilement, impulsif

, Demande une attention excessive de l'enseignant

, Semble mal accepté par le groupe

, Se laisse mener par les autres enfants

, Est mauvais joueur

, Nie ses erreurs ou accuse les autres

, A des difficultés à s'entendre avec les autres enfants

, Peu coopérant avec ses camarades de classe

, S'énerve facilement quand il doit faire un effort

, Peu coopérant avec l'enseignant

, Difficultés d'apprentissage