I.1.11 There are two possibilities for kindergarten children to fight

time:2022-10-07 11:14:21source:monlittlebaby.com author:Make one's mouth water
I.1.11 There are two possibilities for kindergarten children to fight

Some children cried and cried for a long time, and finally entered the kindergarten helplessly. But it didn't take long for the school to start complaining that the children beat and scolded other children, or fought with other children. He is obviously a good baby at home, why did he become rude when he entered kindergarten? There are two possibilities here, either separately or simultaneously. First of all, anyone in an unfamiliar environment must seek the greatest sense of security, especially children. If you cry a lot when you first enter kindergarten, it shows that the child's anxiety (caused by insecurities in an unfamiliar environment) has not yet subsided, even if it seems helpless to enter the kindergarten. Moreover, if the child's own personality traits are easy to be impulsive and irritable, it is more likely to be exposed and unrestrained in the unmodified early childhood stage, that is to say, the personality traits may easily lead to fights. Another possibility comes from the child's growth experience, because the child's performance in the early childhood stage will continue and reflect the development experience of the previous infancy stage. If the child experiences a less stable infant growth stage, the following situations have occurred: more insecure, more exposed and violent (frequently being beaten or seen), rarely playing with other children, parents not deliberately nurturing With the awareness of "delayed gratification" and "waiting", it is easy to have different degrees of adaptive impairment (including fighting) when entering kindergarten. "Delayed gratification" means that certain needs of the child cannot or should not be met immediately, but rather require some time to be met. The awareness of "waiting" means that one's own needs must be "delayed" with other children, waiting in turn to be satisfied, and "swarms" cannot be satisfied. The above-mentioned awareness is part of the characteristics of modern civilized society and needs to be continuously instilled in children by parents in different situations. Therefore, parents should deliberately instill the awareness of "delayed gratification" and "waiting" in their babies every day, so as to make it easier for children to adapt to the civilized norms of modern society in the future, in addition to easier to overcome the adaptive barriers of children entering kindergarten. (Hint: Follow this account to get professional and practical parenting knowledge and experience)
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