I do not think that many parents will begin to prepare for the transition to kindergarten for one or two months before the start of school, because they might not be aware that a successful transition to kindergarten is a process that actually began years earlier. If your child is in kindergarten or at home, the transition can be stressful for parents and teachers. It is important that the skills needed to succeed in their school for their children. You ask too hard or too strict rules, but you must be dedicated to the preparation of his son.
It is natural to have doubts and fear for them, because they are. A new experience away from what they know to start can take the best way to prepare your child for this transition easier, to tell them about what is yet to come. Here are some other simple things that you now have to prepare their children for success.
- Read daily
This is the most important thing you can do with your children. Children love books that reflect your daily life and especially enjoy the same story again and again to read to read. As you read, execute their finger to show that the words read from top to bottom and left to right. Books on the recognition of the great letter of tool. Read with them every night is also a great bonding ritual.
Help your child learn to use the correct pencil. Use it as a model and praise them often. Start with large pencils and crayons. You can also work on motor skills of your child familiar with safety scissors and playing with make plasticine.
- Teaches activation bases
Let your child know that they are only the first letter of the name is “great.” Teachers see certainly impressed!
Begin to see your child a small set of instructions and how they complement each time. You’ll find them in their schools. Try statements like “you step out of your shoes and put them on” and “the toilet, wash hands and dry them.”
- Teach Manners
Manners are your children outside of the school. Model and say thank you and please listen without interruption. Talk to your child about raising their hands when they have a question and wait to be invited to speak.
Remember to praise your child for success. Enter embrace them and tell them that you love them. To communicate, to listen and answer the questions are endless. Questions of a curious child give their cognitive and emotional development and show that they are ready to learn in class.
The transition to kindergarten can be difficult, but with a little encouragement, your child should have the right place!