nursery

Zeina - posted on 12/23/2013 ( 3 moms have responded )

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my daughter is two years 3 months she went to nursery from 1 month ago, the teachers are telling me that she is having fun with her friends but in house she insist to not going to the nursery(each morning) she's saying that she's not happy,
any similar case?

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Chet - posted on 12/23/2013

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Oh! I'm so sorry for misreading your post...

If you want your daughter to continue going to nursery school I would visit the classroom and observe her in that environment. Some kids have trouble with transitions and are fine when they get to nursery school or daycare even though they resist going. Other kids really aren't happy though, and the teachers don't know them well enough to realise they are just going along with the other kids.

I would not feel bad about pulling a two year old out of nursery school though. Two is very young. Only one of our four kids went to nursery school, and even then she went for just a short time when she was much older than two. Preschool and nursery school are not essential at all. It's a busy stressful environment and it may be best for your daughter to be at home.

Zeina - posted on 12/23/2013

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sorry i did not get your point, my daughter insist every day in the morning not to go to the nursery she wants to stay home with me, she sad that she is not happy in the nursery
so i was asking if i have to believe her or the teachers?
nb: the nursery is one of the best in the country

Chet - posted on 12/23/2013

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Toddlers and preschoolers tend to be drawn to routine. I doubt that your daughter is truly unhappy at home. Just try to have fun together in your own way on days that she doesn't have nursery. One on one time is very special and important in the development of a child, as is time spent alone.

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