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Ok so when i was in play shool. (4 5 yrs ig) i had this friend who was a girl.. We used to stay together all the time.. Hold hands walk together.. Feed eachother with our hands.. Talk together... And attended all the functions in pair... We were so close that the teachers over there used to say.. We are made for eachother and love eachother..
But now as time passed.. Our school changed.. Our parents friendship broke.. And we didn't talk till I was in class 10... And obviously we had a huge distance between ourselves.. And now in class 12.. We just meet once or twice a year.. Even if I want to start a good friendship she isnt interested that much
OK this was just a story.. U might well share urs if u guys had similar experience
Six months back I put a request on here for episodes of Australian Playschool as we live in Hong Kong. Some kind person provided a link for 25 or so episodes which was great, but my daughter has watched them all about 10 times and I'd love some more if anyone is able to share a link?
Many thanks in advance
I’m sure this gets asked a lot, but here goes lol
My daughter turned 3 in December. We will be enrolling her in Playschool on the 10th. It’s a super small community, K-12 school. The Playschool has it’s own room so that’s pretty cool! Her teacher told us there will be a few more young kiddos joining, so that eases my nerves.
I’ve been getting BD all hyped everyday about her backpack, to be nice to friends, listen to teacher bla bla. I also make sure to mention “mommy and daddy won’t be there” and she seems fine. She’s never went to daycare before, I’m a stay at home mom.
3 still seems so young to me, but it’s been a miserably cold winter here, she needs interaction and more stimulation. And let’s face it I need that little break to hang with her younger sister lol. Also Covid cases have been well under control in our area.
As a December baby I’m hoping 1.5 years of Playschool will help for when she enters kindergarten. I’m still unsure on the idea of holding her back a year. Our school cutoff dates are Dec 31.
Any other little tips I can do to help her feel super ready? Or perhaps me? Lol
My 3-year-old daughter is bold, outgoing, and very sociable. She is also, in some ways, a deceptively anxious child. She's extremely attached to me (mum), and often gets upset and says she doesn't want to go to playschool because she'll miss me too much. She attends two mornings and one afternoon a week (the one afternoon session is forest school).
Well, this morning she somehow managed to slip out and make a run for it. Our house is very nearby, and she was trying to run home. Another parent saw her in the carpark near the road and grabbed her (thank god). The staff are absolutely mortified and taking it extremely seriously, so I don't need advice on that front. I am 100% certain they will have someone glued to her at all times from here on in.
My concern is the anxiety she's obviously feeling about being there in the first place. I must confess I was a bit blindsided by the separation anxiety because she's such a very confident, sociable child, and totally fearless in other contexts (e.g. fairground rides, gymnastics, climbing). In retrospect that was really stupid of me, because there are several possible contributing factors:
She has seldom been away from me, and has spent a lot of time with only me and her dad because of the Global Ick.
We intended to start her in playschool at 2.5, at Christmas time. Because of the aforementioned Ick, her start was delayed to Easter...and therefore coincided with the birth of her baby brother. Awful timing.
New sibling. She's absolutely brilliant with him, but inevitably it's a big upheaval for her, and his arrival has coincided with an increase in physical clinginess (wanting to sit in my lap basically 24/7) and emotional clinginess (wanting to know where in the house I am at all times, wanting to sleep in my bed, not liking closed doors or baby gates between us).
Lots of anxiety disorders in my family, so it wouldn't come as a shock if there was something wonky in that regard.
When we ask her why she doesn't want to go, she offers various excuses - she doesn't like getting wet (she loves getting wet), it smells funny, the shadows scare her - but most frequently she just says "because I'll miss you", and that seems to be the actual problem.
So where do I go from here? I'm in the UK, and she's supposed to be starting primary school in September, just after she turns 4. So I feel awful for her, and obviously I don't want her to be anxious all the time, but just pulling her out for a while... keep reading on reddit ➡
They don’t make them anymore :-(
(The biscuits, not the cow juice)
I woke up around 3am with the random thought....I wonder what people thought about the Playschool windows?
I watched in late 70's/early 80s and out of circle, square and arch, there was no fair competition at all, it was arch all the way...it seemed waaay more exotic.
I didn't even rate the others but if forced to, I guess I'd give circle a silver as it's a softer shape than a square.
What was your fave/least fave and why?