Our daughter refuses to go to kindergarten. As I did not persuade her, nothing I can not. In general, we have a serious problem. Now I will talk about everything in order.
As I expected, our child was stressed at first. I understand that foreign aunts who say what can and cannot be done, constant noise and din, because the children in the group are 25 people and have done their work without their relatives all day long.
I talk with my daughter for a long time, I explain that you need to go to the kindergarten, that there will soon be friends there, that the teachers will tell a lot of interesting things and conduct various classes. My daughter just cries and says that she does not want anything of this.
She also complains that she cannot sleep there during the day. I myself noticed that in the evening she was very tired because she did not rest during a quiet hour. And this is a very serious problem.
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My daughter can not make friends with other children. It so happened that basically all the kids in the group know each other from toddlers. And we began to drive our daughter to the kindergarten, when she was already 3 years old.
Our baby is not accepted in any games, they ignore her questions and suggestions, they don’t share toys. The daughter herself does not talk about it, but instead the teacher tells about it.
Here I have a question for experienced parents. Is it not part of the goals and objectives of the teacher, to acquaint children with each other, to ensure that there is no conflict between them? I always thought it was the responsibility of any teacher.
No matter how much I explain to my daughter that I bring her to kindergarten, and I will take her from there, she is still afraid that I will leave her there. Every time she, with such huge tears on her eyes, screams to me, so that I don’t throw her, which makes me scared.
It turned out that when we were in a kindergarten, our teacher was a young girl, and the manager said that the first week of the child could be picked up in a couple of hours before lunch. Then, after some time, after lunch, and after 2 weeks you can safely leave until the evening.
When I brought my daughter for the first time, I promised that I would take her soon. But we were met by another teacher, pre-retirement age. She said that it was impossible to take the child back in 2 hours, that other children would also want to go home then and it would be difficult to calm them down. So I left my daughter for the whole day.
After lunch, I took away my frightened child — my daughter cried bitterly. I did not think that this moment will have such an impact on my daughter. She thought I had deceived her. And since then she has a fear that I will not take her away.
Tell me, dear readers, how did you persuade your children to agree to go to kindergarten? What should I do to show such a desire to my daughter?