Boredom is not always a bad thing, and The New York Times has even suggested that it allows the brain to recast the outside world in ways that can be productive and creative. But for school-age children, boredom can be more than just doodling and daydreaming about solving the world's problems; it can be counterproductive and disruptive. Is your child bored at school? Here are five signs he just might be.
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