Me: “Well, your children have been sent to kindergarten, or shall we go out for a stroll?”

Girlfriend: “Okay, see you everywhere!”

Then, expecting to relax, I began to ask questions as soon as I met my girlfriend.

“Before your son went to kindergarten, he cried no urine”, “Did your son cry a lot on his first day in kindergarten”, “You know, my son is too introverted to tell the teacher that he wants to go to the toilet”, “He still knows a little bit about the place, what else can he do with the bathroom?”…

I fainted… Well, it seems that if we don’t solve her problem, we shouldn’t really wanton.

For newly-arrived babies, I believe that many mothers will have such worries as the above, toilet, adaptation to bad conditions, sleeping, eating and so on are compulsory courses for every child, but before or before entering the kindergarten, parents can correctly and effectively guide their babies to adapt to the environment and learn to grow up or have education. Meaningful!

Worry No. 1: You can’t eat well.

Scenario 1: “My baby usually eats very slowly, and we always chase after feeding to eat a little. After going to kindergarten, I don’t know if I can eat well, and whether the teacher has time to feed him.”

First of all, children need to feed, which is caused by parents’indulgence and bad feeding habits for a long time. After entering the kindergarten, the natural change of the environment will let the children understand that this is not at home, it will not be as wayward as before. Secondly, the collective environment of kindergarten will make the baby have a sense of competition, and eating together may make the baby more obedient. So parents need not worry too much.

In fact, for children around 3 years old, they can usually eat by themselves, which may not be so quick, but in peacetime parents still insist that their children exercise more to improve the efficiency of eating. Kindergarten has a certain meal time, usually about half an hour, the first 20 minutes teachers will let the children eat by themselves, after 10 minutes will feed those who eat slowly.

But after all, there are so many children that the teacher may have neglected your baby. In addition, one or two months before kindergarten, mothers should adjust their children’s eating habits according to the time of kindergarten, and eat regularly and quantitatively.

Worry 2: Not expressing the will to use the toilet

Scenario 2: “The baby is usually introverted, does not love and unfamiliar people to speak, this time to the kindergarten is crying for a long time, I am worried that he will go to the toilet and do not know to call the teacher.”

On the first day of admission, teachers usually teach children and tell them before going to the toilet. But some children will be shy, there will be diapers phenomenon.

[Parents’Notes] Kindergarten children can basically use the toilet at home, at least they can shout urine and urine and stool. But there are still a lot of little guys who wet their pants. In fact, this is mainly because children do not know how to correctly express their willingness to use the toilet. Teachers need to take care of dozens of children in the class. Even if the children say they need to urinate, the teacher may not hear them, or temporarily have no time to take care of them.

At this time, the child can pull the corner of the teacher’s clothes to attract the teacher’s attention, it is too urgent, and even “jump” out and directly take the teacher’s hand to the toilet. In short, mothers should teach their children to express their willingness to use the toilet in many ways.

Worry 3: Suffocation

Scenario 3: “My child knows something about the place. He knows not only the bed but also the toilet. Especially when we use the toilet in our family, we have to squat down when we use the toilet in kindergarten. I’m afraid that he won’t go to the toilet, which is not good for his health.”

Like “recognizing the bed”, many children will also have “recognizing the toilet”, but it is absolutely impossible for them to hold their urine, which is very harmful to their health.

In fact, parents should educate their children before they go to kindergarten. They can’t hold their urine. If they want to go to the toilet, they should solve it in time. In addition, some children have an excessive awe of teachers and naturally associate toilet use with criticism.

Mothers should actively help their children eliminate their fear of going to the toilet and tell them that it is human nature to go to the toilet. Teachers will not criticize children who go to the toilet.

Worry 4: No nap

Scenario 4: “My baby’s energy is very good. She never sleeps in the afternoon. Even when she sleeps, the time is not fixed. I wonder if the kindergarten can arrange these children who don’t sleep in the afternoon.”

Basically, all kindergartens require children to take naps for 1-2 hours at noon. There is no special treatment. In fact, children are in a period of rapid development of physical intelligence, in addition to adequate sleep at night, napping 1-2 hours a day at noon can well complement physical strength and promote brain development.

To cultivate the habit of taking a nap, the mother should at least give the child a month before he goes to kindergarten to “adjust the time” and try to keep the same life and rest as the kindergarten. If it is impossible to fall asleep in a short time, the mother should at least educate the children. Others should keep quiet while sleeping and not affect other children’s sleep.

Worry Five: Not obedient, playing with other children

Scenario 5: “My son has been spoiled since he was a child. He is a bully and refuses to defeat. Everyone at home obeys him. After entering the garden, he doesn’t know whether he will converge or not. Just don’t conflict with other children.”

For children who have just entered the kindergarten, it is more likely to be an only child at present. With the love of their grandparents, parents and mothers, most of them have the temper of a little young master or a little princess. However, for children, entering the kindergarten is their first step into society, and it is very important for them to enter the role transformation well.

It is very important to teach children how to get along with others and make them “social people” when they grow up.

Mothers should create more opportunities for children to get along with other children, such as bringing children to play with children in the community, inviting children who play well to visit their homes, and taking children to places with children such as playgrounds and parks. Teach children how to live in harmony with children, how to deal with contradictions with children, and enhance children’s confidence in human interaction.



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