Starting preschool is the next step in your child’s development, this is where they are going to learn to interact with different people, learn new skills and prepare themselves for actual school. Many parents ask themselves if their child is ready for preschool but the truth is that the earlier they go, the better chances they have for success later on in life.
Preparing your child academically may sound difficult but as long as you are reading, playing and doing activities with them, you are preparing them for preschool. There are a few other things that will help to get your child prepared for preschool which we will go through now.
Set A Routine
This is both important for parents and children as you all need to get into a routine for school. Children often feel uneasy with change so it is best to start early. If a child follows a routine it allows your child to make some decisions of their own which is great for when children are at preschool. It is proven that if a child follows a routine, they have a sense of normality and learn new skills such as sequences and time. This will ensure …