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- Remember to say goodbye to your child before you go to kindergarten. You can get your child's opinion when searching for your preferred kindergartens and choosing a kindergarten that suits your child's characteristics. It is also useful to set up a visit day before you start your chosen home. It is appropriate for your child to see the environment beforehand, if possible to meet the teacher or the person in charge of the nursery, to adapt to the nursery more easily and to reduce anxiety. - You can let your child take a favorite toy with him to avoid harmony. However, allow your child to take on the responsibilities that he or she can do in order to take responsibility for his / her age. Thus, the children who start to meet their own self-care needs will be able to achieve independence in time from the mother. - The child's dependence on the mother is usually not unilateral. It is also important for the mother to be able to control her anxiety and to feel ready to be separated from her child for a certain period of time. - The presence of other children in the vicinity of your child before you start the kindergarten will prevent any adaptation problems in the kindergarten and learn to share with their peers. - Explain that going to kindergarten is a normal process, that most of your peers go to kindergarten. You may need help from an expert if you think that your child's admission time is delayed, has difficulty in this process, and that you have difficulty coping with it. Many kindergartens include a pedagogue / psychologist; it will be helpful to cooperate on compliance issues. If your child has difficulty… - Instead of sending them to the day-care center at the same time, you can get your child used to the environment by sending half a day or playing groups. It may be useful to wait at school for the first time that it starts nursery; but don't make it a habit. - Avoid excessive interference with the condition of the housing. For example, behaviors such as constantly asking questions about what you do in the day-care center and constantly going to check him / her can cause adjustment problems in your child. - Make sure that the child does not attend school except for illnesses and other important events. - If you are anxious about starting your child in the kindergarten, remember that your child can read your feelings easily. Your concern will also concern him, and will awaken the message in his mind that starting home can create a dangerous situation.