Children resist going to kindergarten? These 3 Most Common Reasons Parents Can Do

time:2022-10-02 04:04:40source:monlittlebaby.com author:Baby care
Children resist going to kindergarten? These 3 Most Common Reasons Parents Can Do

In the early days of entering kindergarten, many children will have some resistance to kindergarten, or some babies are happy every day a few days ago. After a while, they seem to react suddenly and begin to resist going to kindergarten. Children resist going to kindergarten, mostly for these three reasons, and parents can deal with them accordingly.

The first reason: When the child first enters the kindergarten, he feels strange and insecure

The child enters the kindergarten from home and faces a strange environment and feels insecure. It is easy to have conflicting emotions, which is common in babies who have just entered the kindergarten. In such a situation, parents can do this: soothe their children's emotions. Whether facing an unfamiliar environment or being separated from their parents, children will feel different levels of anxiety, and children will instinctively resist by crying and other means. As a parent, you need to have more patience, and you can comfort your child by hugging and patting the back. Help your child become familiar with the environment. Before entering the park, you can take your baby to visit the campus in advance, participate in experience classes, etc., to help the child familiarize himself with the scenes of class, eating, sleeping, going to the toilet, etc., and prepare familiar items for the child, such as small dolls, to bring into the park. Help teachers understand children. Write a simple "self-introduction" to the teacher to help the teacher quickly understand the child and build trust. Manage your child's separation anxiety skillfully. Before entering kindergarten, you can consciously relieve your child's separation anxiety. For example, agree to a separation ceremony with the child, hug or kiss, and agree on a time to get together, so that the baby understands that he and his parents are only temporarily separated. There is another point for parents to pay attention to. After the separation ceremony with the child, they must leave firmly, and do not be reluctant to leave because the child is crying, so as to prevent the baby from using crying as a means of not going to kindergarten. In short, from unfamiliar to familiar, it takes a process, and clever application of these methods can help children adapt to kindergarten life more quickly.

The second reason: the ability has not been developed well, and it is impossible to integrate into the kindergarten life, resulting in frustration.

As children become familiar with kindergarten, they will face new challenges, such as understanding the teacher's instructions, sharing toys with other children, actively expressing ideas, eating and going to the toilet by themselves, etc. If the child can't do these things, it is easy to want to escape and not want to go to kindergarten. In order to avoid or alleviate this situation, parents can do this: develop their children's independence as early as possible. There are fewer arrangements at home, and the children are encouraged to do what they can, so as to cultivate the children's self-care ability and psychological independence. Develop children's language skills. Parents can discuss with their children more about the scenes in the kindergarten, teach them to express their needs and wishes, and let their children express themselves bravely when they need help. For example, when you feel thirsty, you should say, "Teacher, I want to drink water." When you feel the urge to urinate or defecate, you should say, "Teacher, I want to go to the toilet." When you are not feeling well, you should say, "Teacher, I'm sick." Helping children develop social skills. Create more opportunities for children to communicate with others, develop children's sociality and self-confidence, cultivate children's tolerance and empathy ability, and make children more gregarious, more willing to communicate with others, and more like kindergarten. Helping children develop the ability to live in kindergarten will make children more confident, adapt to kindergarten life faster, and will no longer resist going to kindergarten.

The third reason: the child is criticized or bullied and wants to escape from kindergarten

Many parents find that their child has been in kindergarten for a while, but suddenly She cried again and didn't want to go. At this time, parents need to pay attention to whether their children are being bullied, isolated, or criticized. If they want to find out the situation, parents can do this: check with teachers about the situation of their children in school. Who does the child play with every day, how is his mood, and does he appear to be afraid of anyone? Children's faces are often unable to hide things. If the teacher pays more attention, it is easy to find clues. Pay attention to the performance of the child after returning home, and communicate with the child in a timely manner. Pay more attention to the activities of children in kindergarten, whether they are not happy, and whether there is anything that is difficult to do. Sometimes children are pushed and grabbed for toys, criticized for not taking a nap, or the teacher assigns tasks that children find difficult, which can make them feel stressed and reluctant to go to kindergarten. Parents who understand the situation in time will have a better chance to help their children open their hearts. Teach your children some ways to protect themselves. For example, what are the private parts, which places are full of danger, should not be approached or touched, if you encounter unpleasant things, you should tell your teachers and parents, and so on. To deal with the special situation of children in school, in addition to making good use of communication methods, it is also necessary to establish close relationships with children on a daily basis, so that when children encounter problems, they will take the initiative to ask parents for help.
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