I.2.1 These few tricks can send the baby to kindergarten happily

time:2022-10-02 05:08:57source:monlittlebaby.com author:Fever
I.2.1 These few tricks can send the baby to kindergarten happily

After school starts every autumn, we often see children making a fuss at the gate of the kindergarten, refusing to leave their parents to enter the kindergarten. However, there are always other children who are happy and jumping into kindergarten. Why is there such a big difference? Is there any good way to avoid the embarrassing scene of the child crying and making trouble in kindergarten? Of course wow! We need to understand why babies cry first. Didn't the baby cry a lot when it was just born? Isn't it easy to cry when transitioning from breastfeeding to formula and solid foods? Even changing a diaper can cry for a while. It turns out that whenever a baby perceives a change, whether the change comes from the environment, food, or physical sensation, the baby will cry. Because he wanted to express by crying: he didn't like the strangeness brought about by these changes, and he didn't like the fear caused by the strangeness. The baby does not know how to describe and express strangeness and fear in language, so it can only be expressed by crying. The situation is similar when entering kindergarten. The very unfamiliar environment can easily make the baby cry with fear. Therefore, as long as parents learn to take the following targeted measures, they can effectively prevent their babies from crying. First of all, parents should take their babies to visit and familiarize themselves with the kindergarten three months or more in advance, and often take their babies to walk and play around the kindergarten to familiarize them with the environment there. Moreover, you can also see the little brothers and sisters playing group games, queuing up, doing gymnastics, etc. Usually, the baby will have a feeling of yearning and wanting to participate because he sees the little brothers and sisters being lively and fun. After watching it a few more times, this feeling of longing for participation will gradually accumulate to form a desire, and the fear caused by the unfamiliarity will disappear. During these few months, when parents and other adults talk to their babies on a daily basis, whenever they talk about kindergarten, it is best to deliberately mention how fun it is and how happy those children are. It can even be mentioned that all children must meet certain requirements (such as age or performance) to be eligible to enter kindergarten, so that children feel that going to kindergarten is an honor and an enviable thing, and strengthens children's yearning for kindergarten. psychology. In addition, parents and other adults should pay special attention not to transmit their worries about the baby entering kindergarten to their children, and try to avoid saying the following things: "You are so disobedient, I will see you go to kindergarten in the future. What to do!" "Eat it quickly, or you won't be able to eat it when you enter the kindergarten in the future!" "You are so squeamish, I see what you will do when you enter the kindergarten!" "If you don't obey me, I'll send you in immediately. Go to kindergarten!"...Wait, don't say these words full of negative emotions! Because such negative words will give children an illusion: kindergarten is not a good place! In short, if you want your child to go to kindergarten happily, don't use kindergarten to scare them. After a few months of preparation and preparation, it was finally time to send the baby to the kindergarten. All that was left was to solve the problem of "separation anxiety" that the baby may have. First of all, although parents are worried and worried about the baby entering the kindergarten, they must not show their worries in words and deeds, but should try to show their words, deeds and demeanor that they envy their children. If parents make the baby feel a little worried, the baby will reciprocate the crying. On the first day and the following days, after the parents send their children to the kindergarten, it is best to accompany the baby to play for a while to let the baby "warm up". Then tell the baby that he is going to leave for a while, to buy toys and food for the baby, and to go to work to change to toys and food. Do not forget! At the same time, promise your child when he will be back with absolute certainty. For babies who don't know how to look at the clock, tell them to come back when the teacher says or does something. Incidentally, it is emphasized that parents should always "keep their promises" to their children, and what they promised should be done for their children, so that the children will trust you. We used the above method to send our son, who has been eager to go to kindergarten, into kindergarten. In the first few days, when we went to pick up and drop off school in the afternoon, he refused to leave and asked us to go home first! Because he felt that the toys and environment of the kindergarten were too fresh and fun, and he was reluctant to leave. (Reminder: The following "collections" have more professional and practical parenting knowledge, pay attention to this number to receive the latest information)
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