A garden can sometimes be an excellent opportunity for a new child to learn social skills, expand their vocabulary, and learn to function as a character away from moms and dads; The constant interaction with their colleagues allows them to produce respect for the opinions and feelings of other people, to learn the value of teamwork and to make friends that will last until the school years. They are also allowed to learn basic academic skills from an early age and adapt to the more rigid classroom environment structure before entering kindergarten, facilitating a problematic path for children who remain at home in preschool.
On the other side of the coin, not all childcare providers can provide the high quality of care and education needed for growth and adaptation. Sometimes this is due to the insufficient number of employees for the number of children the unit cares for.
The results of a long-term study by the National Institutes of Health showed that those children who spent more time caring for Poor quality daycare presented several cases of aggressive behavior and requires constant individual attention, a trend that continued until the sixth grade. This type of behavior can come from the need to compete for attention from an early age and also occurs in children of large families. These calm and well-behaved children are set aside, while teachers struggle to care for children who are not self-sufficient; Is it a surprise, then, that this often causes these children to learn to imitate the unpleasant behavior of their peers, who perceive them to receive the individual attention they want?
The key to a positive care experience is a thorough examination of any kindergarten before enrolling a child. The school should have a low staffing ratio for children, with one adult for every two or three children in the infant, which gradually increases with the child’s age, but still enough for individual attention. Teachers need to demonstrate a love for children through experience and training in child development and psychology, allowing them to quickly discover a problem with a student before it gets out of hand. Parents should stop contacting the junior coach, receive progress accidents, and regularly monitor class behavior. Any situation in which a mother or father is intentionally left “out of line” in educating their children, even at this early stage, is a red flag and should be taken as a warning sign immediately that everything is not so as it should be. In this case, knowledge is power and allows a young person to be quickly removed from an inappropriate position before irreversible damage occurs.