I'm with KayKay - this sounds like more of a problem with the teacher, not the child. I know you said your son has been there since he was three months old, and it might have been fine for him then, but it sounds as if this teacher has preconceived notions for what a 2-year-old should be doing, and since your son doesn't fit those ideas (for whatever reason), she's automatically classified him as "slow". Which is ridiculous, because I'm with you - what two year old is going to sit for 20 minutes to circle shapes? Jeez! What kind of daycare is this? Is this woman operating out of her own home, or is she part of a larger established business? If it's the latter, I'd make an appointment with her supervisor to discuss your concerns and find out if the school director can offer you more insight into what's going on. If it's the former, though, there's really not that much you can do. She might have all the right certifications from the state to run a day care, but she's clearly not able to deal with kids who deviate from what she perceives to be the norm. It sounds as if your son is doing great at home, and not so great at the day care. If things don't improve or aren't to your satisfaction, I'd find another day care.