Getting Your Child Ready For Her First Day

by Alexander Eva

Our school lives are one of those eras in our lives that hold some of the happiest times of our lives and are some of the happiest memories that we have ever had that we will forever look back on. Whenever we get together with some old friends from our teenage years, it is almost guaranteed and inevitable that we will begin to reminisce about the amazing times we had in those unforgettable twelve years that changed our lives forever. The day we left school was the end of an era and life really isn’t the same after that day because when adult life comes along things get tough and we need to become more responsible, start earning a living and working hard to make life happen. We rarely ever appreciate those care free days we spend in school until it is too late, check this IB primary schools in Hong Kong.

Preparing your child for her big day
For this reason, the day that our baby girl start school for the first time is often more important to us than it is to her, because she barely knows what is happening on that first day and yet, you as her mother or her father know that today begins an era that will stay with her for the rest of her life, No doubt you are beyond happy and excited for your little baby girl to start primary school. However, after four comfortable years of staying home with your baby is likely to be extremely nervous about this brand new change in her life and it is up to you as her parent to make sure the she is calm and comfortable.

It is important for you to talk to your baby girl about all the exciting things that she has look forward to in primary school. Tell her about all the new friends that she is likely to meet and all the toys that they are likely to have in first grade that she can play with. It is most important to ensure your child that her teacher is going to take care of her and teach her new things.

One of the main problems that most children have when joining school is that they become afraid of the teacher. This is because she is a new person that they have never seen before and due to her being an adult authority figure they tend to become scared. You will need to talk to your child about her first day at school from a few months ahead and get her excited.