Preparation and planning, coupled with a large amount of TLC, will help ease the child from-
Learn from home to preschool children.
Visit the school three weeks before school starts.
Starting a preschool class means not only new faces and new routines-but also spending most of the day at a new school (
Ease the transition by visiting the kindergarten together now.
If the school has summer classes, stop when the kids are there-in this way, your kids will see other kids having a lot of fun and may even play with future friends.
Also showed her a visit to her classroom, a small room that pointed out where she would put things, where she would eat lunch or snacks, and a bathroom or diaper --changing area.
If the school is not open but the playground is open, bring a picnic lunch and eat there.
Read books about the school together.
A good way to ease pre-school stress is to read a book about going to school.
Some of the books worth reading include Amanda Pig, the female student of Jenny Levin, Franklin School at Paulette Bourgeois, and the concerns of Kevin Henkes.
These not only show how other children overcome school concerns, but also give your child the opportunity to talk about her own fears.
At this point, it is very common to keep your discussion about the school;
You don't want to overwhelm your child with a lot of details that may make her more worried.
Let her set the rhythm and agenda-answer her questions instead of giving her a lot of information she might not want or be prepared to absorb. Plan playdates.
Ask the director of the preschool class for the class list (
Or at least a few names and numbers)
, Schedule a couple of game dates so you're quickto-
The preschool can meet her new classmates.
Some kindergartens sponsor picnics or dinners for upcoming students and their parents;
If you don't, consider organizing your own dinner party or pizza party on the school playground (Have permission)
Or in a nearby park.
Check out the clothes two weeks before the school.
Before the final sprint to get everything ready for the new school year, check your child's wardrobe to see what's right, what's right for school, and what new fall outfits she needs.
Take her shopping when you have a detailed list so she can pick one or two special clothes, some new hairpins or socks, and of course, some new shoes or sneakers.
Sometimes new things are like amulets-okay --
The charm of luck can help children get through strange and terrible things, such as the first day of school.
Write a letter to the teacher.
If you know who your child's preschool teacher is, consider writing her a letter together.
Your child can introduce herself, tell the teacher some of her favorite activities and books, and maybe include details of what she did this summer.
If your child has a nickname, writing a letter is also a good way to tell the teacher your child's nickname;
Then the teacher can put the name in your child's small room to make her feel at home.
Ask if your child wants to add some personal artwork to the letter and encourage her to sign if she can.
A week before school organization
Clean and tidy up your child's wardrobe and dresser drawer so she can easily see her school uniform selection.
Even if she hasn't dressed yet, encourage her to participate in the selection of clothes she wears at school by having her help with your drawers and closets. Buy back-to-school gear.
It's time to make up a missed lesson. gear gaps —
Backpacks, lunch boxes and a variety of school supplies are included.
Look at her options before you put in cash-after all, you are the one who packs lunch boxes and backpacks every morning.
For example, you need to know that the lunch box latch is easy for her to open and that the backpack zipper won't get stuck every time she closes.
While you are there, ask your preschool child to pick some pencils, drawing boards and art supplies to help her fit into the school spirit.
Talk about what to expect.
You may have talked about all the fun things your child will do in kindergarten and you may even have been to her classroom.
Now is the time to review the school routine in as much detail as possible.
Give her an idea of a daily schedule and talk to her about what new and familiar she used to have in her routine at home, daycare or kindergarten (
Such as naptime, story time, free games, etc).
Easy access to school-year schedule.
If your child is never going somewhere the first thing in the morning, she needs help adjusting to the new schedule.
Although it's not bright until very late, start school
Current annual rules: eat at 6: 00 in the eveningm.
, Take a bath at 7, read the time, then turn off the lights at 8 (
Or the time you decide to sleep).
If she rides a tricycle outside every night to dusk this summer, gradually change her schedule and do every activity (
Dinner, bath, sleep time)
20 or 30 minutes early every day until she gets used to her new evening routine.
Start the morning routine.
When the first day of school arrived, it would be much easier if everyone knew about morning training.
With your child, list what she needs to do when she goes to kindergarten on time: brush her teeth, wash her face, get dressed, have breakfast, wear shoes, and more.
Create a colorful picture
Make a list that describes the morning routine, either draw together, or cut out photos of magazines that illustrate various activities and put them in your child's room so she can refer to them every morning.
See the teacher.
Since preschool teachers are now busy preparing the classroom and preparing for the school year, it is a good time to go to school again to say hello.
Many kindergartens have "backs"to-
The "school" night shortly before the start of the fall course.
If your child does not, call the director to arrange a private visit.
As a bonus, her classroom will take shape and it doesn't look as empty as it was when you visited before.
When your child is exploring, you can quietly discuss with the teacher what special questions you have-for example, if your child is shy or has any special needs.
Also let the teacher know that your child may already have friends in class, so she will definitely pair them in the first awkward days.
Practice your child's route to school by walking or driving together.
Show your child how she will get into the building
If you don't bring her with you)
How to find her room and remind her that someone will help her every step of the way.
Practice your farewell the night before school.
Talk to your children about what you two will say and do when you say goodbye.
Use any special code word or action you have to agree on the number of kisses and hugs you need and even decide if you should say, "See you later" or "I have to go now.
"The job of throwing you out of the room for your child actually kept her in control of the breakup.
Then, at that time, make your goodbye short, sweet and casual.
If you want to stay in the first few days of school, check with the teacher before you make any promises.
If she agrees, then you have a harder decision as to whether or not to exercise this option.
For some preschool children, there is a parent nearby who provides them with the security they need to get into a wobbly environment.
But for others, the long-standing presence of mom or dad is just delaying the inevitable pain of saying goodbye, and it can send out messages that you don't want to send out: it's terrible not to have us at school, we're not sure you can.
Making a plan for this important separation is no guarantee that there will be easy farewell, but it may make it easier for both of you. Choose first-day clothes.
Show the clothes your child chooses (
Try to stay away from the selection process)
Maybe it's a cool one. and a warm-
Weather options, as the weather may not be very good on September.
Actually, get your kids to bed. out-
The habit of wearing clothes helps to eliminate the decision of the morning rush hour and quite a bit of anxiety.
This way, if her favorite jeans are not clean, you will know at 7 in the evening. m. instead of 7 a. m. Pre-
Pack your backpack.
With your kids.
Pack as much as possible to ease the frenzy in the morning.
If she is bringing lunch, do it now and store it in the fridge.
Surprisingly, sneak into a special object, a family photo, or a love letter to tell your child that you are thinking about her.
Special treatment can also be considered.
It may not be at the top of the health list-but that's it if one day relax the rules (
Be sure to check the pre-school diet policy first, because many people don't eat snacks with high sugar and fat content. . Give a gift.
Consider giving your child a symbol of the special nature of school.
This could be a new book with the date and name of the school or class she will be entering, a small box with family photos, even something practical like an alarm clock to help her adapt to the new schedule.
Take a day off on an important day.
Please take a day off if you can swing (
Or arrange to leave early).
So you can drop-
After work, at the time of dismissal (
Even if your child is usually in-
Take care of or take the nanny home)
She may also be invited to celebrate the day with a celebratory milkshake.
Eliminate your own morning and after
Work stress will make it easier to help your child through her day, and she will get the message that it is indeed a special day.
Take the cornflakes.
There will be a lot of cold rush
Cereals and instant food
Oatmeal breakfast during the school year.
Today, get up early and make a special breakfast, such as school bus-shaped pancakes or all your children's food --
As a family, also take the time to eat together so you can discuss the exciting day ahead. Take a first-day photo.
Don't forget to take a picture of your child first. day-of-
School clothes and backpacks, record this important milestone.
Some families have their children hold signs of the date or grade of each year.
Others take photos year after year at the same location (
For example, in front of a tree)
Emphasize how much their children have grown.
Allow time to cry.
When your child stays at school safely, you can let those bittersweet tears flow out.
You are now a parent of a preschool child and it is natural to have a complex feeling about it.
Don't cry in front of your child-after all, it's hard to be a child without worrying about your parents.
Please see our pre-school preparation guide before you purchase your school supplies.