Every mother wants to adapt to the kindergarten from the child the least painful. In this regard, the question often arises – at what time of year it is better to give the baby to the garden.
I planned to start driving my daughter to the garden after two years. She was born in May, so autumn was the most suitable option.
In summer, the easiest way to wean a child is to go without diapers, and this is an important aspect for kindergarten. Yes, and it was at this time that most children have a sharp leap in development. Perhaps it depends on the amount of nutrients that children receive from vegetables and fruits, or because of a vacation at sea.
In any case, after the summer, the body is stronger, and the immune system is resistant to various diseases, which are more than enough in kindergarten.
Honestly, I didn’t even know that it was possible to start a child in the garden in the spring. As it turned out, there are such children.
My girlfriend’s son turned 2 in February. She has two children and sometimes there is no one to insure and pick up the elder, take him to extra classes, and indeed, she is tired. So I decided to turn the baby into the garden in the spring.
Good from this turned out a little. The child was sick so often, and after winter, apparently, the immunity was weakened. In general, they went to the garden for a bit – a couple of days, and then a couple of weeks were treated for acute respiratory infections. In part, there are kindergarten wines here – many children attend classes in a dormant state, and classes in the pool are not conducive to recovery.
Then a friend was offered to drive the baby to the garden even in the summer (to the consolidated group), she refused. In the fall, the boy resumed his visit and, as far as I know, he has been successfully walking for almost a whole academic year.
By the way, in our group this spring a new girl appeared – she also gets sick very often.
In general, the essence of the spring entry is not clear to me – only the baby begins to get used and adapt, and here that half of May is not working, that summer, for which the whole garden will be forgotten. Unless, if mum has nobody to leave the child with, then yes. And if it is possible not to lead in the spring, then it is better not to do it.
Almost all the kids from our company went into the garden in the fall. They were adapted in different ways – someone after a week remained for a day’s sleep, while others still go to the garden with hysterics and crying.
We had an alternative – my daughter and her friend started attending a kindergarten in September (at that time they were 2.3 and 2.9 years old). In December, both got sick with bronchitis, and we decided to sit out the winter at home.
We discussed this option with the head, she gave the go-ahead and in the spring we resumed the visit right up to mid-July.
Still, I tend to think that it is better to go to the garden in the fall. Maybe someone thinks differently, share your opinions?