2. Don't ask: Does the teacher like you?

3. Don't ask: How are you doing today?

When a child is in kindergarten, parents will not only worry about how their child is adapting, but also whether the teacher likes their child, and often they will know whether the teacher likes their child through their mouth.

Use some small skills skillfully, children will love the kindergarten!

The winter holiday is usually only one month. Compared to the summer holiday, this holiday is relatively short, but as a traditional festival of ours, almost every family will reunite during the Spring Festival, eat some food together, watch TV, Sleeping lazily, so many children's regular routines are disrupted. Once they go to school, they don't want to go to kindergarten. What can we do? Here's a little trick!

The child has just entered the park, and the parents are curious about their child ’s day in the kindergarten. At the same time, they are worried about the child's mischief.

Tips: The child has just started school, and most of them have hostile feelings. If the baby's answer to these questions is negative, it will definitely have a great impact on his mood to go to school. We can give children more positive knowledge in kindergarten, and help children to accept and adapt to kindergarten life early.

Tips for warmth: Children who have just been in kindergarten do not know much about the concept of "like", how can they be identified? This is actually the parents' mistrust of the teacher. Kindergarten teachers will take care of every child seriously. Parents must give full trust to give their children a sense of security.

When a child goes to kindergarten, parents' anxiety is often no less than that of the child. When the child first enters the kindergarten, parents are anxious to ask the child "Do you like to go to kindergarten?"

Tips: Parents often ask such questions in a more general way, and children do not know how to answer them. They don't know how to measure their performance, and often answer to their parents is "being good" and "being good". Parents can care more about their children "Are you happy in kindergarten today?" "What makes you happy?" This will give the child a positive and specific guidance.

1. Don't ask: Do you like going to kindergarten?