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How to prepare your child for preschool

Starting preschool is a pivotal stage in your child's life, often sparking mixed emotions of excitement and apprehension.

Practical and reassuring advice to prepare your little one for this new educational adventure, with the aim of creating a smooth transition to nursery school. You can apply these tips a few months before the start of the school year to best prepare your child.

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Create a self-care routine

Routines provide reassuring stability for children. Before the big day, start establishing a daily routine similar to that of preschool. Set times for meals, naps, and play will help create a predictable environment, helping your child feel safe and prepared for the changes ahead. Preschool encourages children's independence. Prepare your toddler by encouraging him to do simple tasks like getting dressed, washing his hands, and putting away his toys . This autonomy builds self-confidence and facilitates the transition to a classroom in which they will have to carry out these tasks independently.

A good night's sleep is crucial for the concentration and energy needed for a day of learning. Establish a calming bedtime routine , with rituals such as reading stories, to mentally prepare your child for a good night's rest before preschool starts. Rock those nights with a musical plush toy to ease sleep.

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Foster a positive attitude towards school

Talk about preschool in a positive and enthusiastic way. Use encouraging words to describe teachers, classmates, and activities. He can take his personalized swaddle blanket to comfort him during naps or times when he doesn't feel at his best. A positive attitude will reinforce the idea that school is a fun and rewarding place.

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Listen and respond to their concerns

Pay attention to your child's concerns about preschool. Listen to them with empathy and answer their questions in a reassuring manner. Provide simple information about what they can expect, while emphasizing the positive aspects of this new experience.

Now your child will be ready for this new adventure and maybe you too. 😉

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