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Social integration of the child

Social integration of the child


Your child comes home from school with lots of homework to do. Whether he is in school or kindergarten, we, as parents, can help him by giving him good working conditions and teaching him to organize so that he will no longer depend on us at any given time.

  • Create optimal working conditions for your child
  • Let him relax after coming from school (after 4-6 hours of class he needs food, rest in order to be receptive), soon you will find out what his pace is.
  • Never criticize the topics that have been given to you by your teacher or teacher (if you have something to discuss, ask them directly)
  • Sit down with your child in the office (not on the corner of the kitchen table)
  • Check with your child if all the tools needed to perform the homework are handy to avoid further interruptions that can become fun times for him / her.
    You can start by checking what he has written in the classroom, thus seeing what the topic has to do for the next day (first see how he prefers to start work, with the subject matter he likes most and to finish with the one he likes. less or vice versa.
    Avoid telling your child what to do or what to do instead, show them how to do it. To teach him how to work efficiently, make a review of the day with him and clarify why he received a good or bad grade.
    Encourage him to discuss the mistakes made, you will help him have a good school debut. Avoid forcing him to exercise endlessly to retain.
    The homework should not be a race against the clock, but a time when the child sets the acquired knowledge. If you can't help him understand a statement, encourage him to call a colleague because a discussion between colleagues can be a good way to hold him accountable to his work and make him realize the value of the notion of solidarity.
    It is important to get used to revisiting the topic that you just made in order to correct any mistakes yourself. If you notice that he cannot abide by the time spent solving the topics, try to make a planning of his activities with the child for a week.
    You should not forget that the parent's task is to get involved in the child's school life. The child should feel a genuine interest in you. It is very important to have regular meetings with your child's teacher / teacher, not to go to school when the situation is not very good, so the child will see every visit to your school a threat to him. The child needs to feel that school life and family life are two different worlds. He may feel spied on if you go to school too often.
    In case your child goes to the nursery, you should ask the following questions:
  • Is the program you have chosen suitable for you?
  • Are you satisfied with the conditions and services offered by the church?
  • Has your child managed to adjust to the new environment?
  • Have you noticed changes in the child's evolution?
  • What is your collaboration with the church staff?
  • What is the condition of the child when he returns home?
  • Are you satisfied with your choice?
    If your child is in the first year of kindergarten, do not forget to ask yourself:
  • What is his mood when leaving the kindergarten?
  • How does he talk about his educator?
  • How did it integrate into the new community?
  • What new skills did he acquire?
  • How does he talk about his bandmates?