For any child transitioning from the home to a preschool can be a major step. It is a time which is not only difficult for the parents but for the child as well. Parents are responsible for choosing a pre school which is in keeping with their current philosophy and which they think would be ideal for the child. It is also critical to find a preschool which is a safe haven for the children.

The following are a few things that you need to keep in mind before you enrol your child at Langwarrin pre School.

How to prepare your child for preschool

There are certain things that parents can do to make the transition easier for their children. The first thing that you need to do is to visit this school together with the children. You can visit the playground together and also explore the classrooms. Most preschools allow the parents to come along with the children and get the feel of the school before the actual term start. Make sure that you avail this facility if it is being allowed in your child’s school.

If you know any other parents whose children might be attending the same pre School you can arrange a playdate with your child this will allow them to get to know each other before school starts and will help them make friends easily.

Some experts also advise the use of role playing to help your child get used to the idea of pre school. You can take turns while acting out a number of routines like pretending to sing songs or taking a nap. You can keep changing the roles and even allow your child to be the teacher. This way they will think of a school as a place where they can have fun and it can also help reduce the stress and anxiety.

You may also want to help your child get familiar with the skills which are required. Make sure that look practice fasting buttons in getting on a backpack along with hanging a court or a jacket on a hope. All of these things will prepare your child for their entrance into pre School.

You can let your little ones know about stories of how you felt when you first went to school. If possible you can find photographs of yourself in the preschool and talk to them about it. Also it is better to practice a bedtime routine and a wake up time with your child before they enter preschool. This is because your child needs to be well rested and should wake up on time so that there is no rush in the morning.

It is also important that you have a detailed talk with your child regarding their fears or what they might be thinking about this new change in their lives.

Bring your little one to Alto Montessori Early Learning and Kindergarten. You can schedule an appointment to check their facilities and programs before enrolling your child.