Preschool marks the beginning of an all new phase in your little child’s life, when he first interacts with strangers and stays alone without the comfort of his parents. This transitions period is difficult for the child and most of the children throw a lot of tantrums, cry, and make attempts to go back to their mother. It is the responsibility of the parents to make the child learn about the importance of preschool and how to behave properly there so that he develops in the right way.
Try talking about everyone’s feelings with the child, so that he becomes aware of emotions and tries tackling anger and displeasure. The child would be better able to adjust in the new situation if he becomes comfortable with his peers. Most importantly, communicate with your child and assure him that you are there for him all the time. Lend moral and emotional support so that the child does not feel abandoned in preschool. Share your experiences and encourage the child to describe his day at the preschool as well. You must set an example before child, showing positive attitude, calmness at all times. The child will also learn from your behaviour, becoming appreciative and sensitive.