DD is 5, and in pre-k at a small, wonderfully nurturing school. She loves school and comes home glowing each day. After lunch, they have a quiet time each day -- each kid is expected to lie down on individual mats and be quiet. The lights are off and they put on a book on tape. Starting last week (so many months into the school year), dd just randomly starts screaming. One of the teachers will pull her out of the room (screaming is obviously disruptive to the other kids) and talk to her. She says -- and the teachers agree -- that she's not in pain or upset about anything. DD tells the teachers that "she wanted to yell" and tells us that she "forgot" that she's supposed to be quiet. The teachers are concerned and have called each day this has happened, looking for suggestions or "insight." I think pulling her out of class is just encouraging her to be more disruptive, but clearly they can't ignore it. Any ideas for how to handle at home or for what I should suggest to the teachers?
FWIW, no one is suggesting we "punish" her. That isn't the MO of the school at all.