Many parents and friends are office workers, and there are no elderly people to help take care of the baby, so they want to let the baby into the park as soon as possible. Some babies are only two and a half years old, and parents and friends plan to send their babies to kindergarten. So, is it early for two and a half years old to enter kindergarten?
Two-and-a-half-year-olds are not admitted to the kindergarten early. Generally speaking, two-and-a-half to three-year-olds can be admitted to the kindergarten, but individuals are different and often need to be treated differently. Therefore, parents and friends need to see how the baby’s own ability develops when planning to admit the baby to the kindergarten. If the baby can easily communicate with others and clearly state his needs, the baby can be assured to attend the kindergarten.
Although some babies are still very young, they can communicate with people without barrier and have certain self-care ability. With the help of kindergarten teachers, they can accomplish some things within their abilities, such as defecating and urinating, and eating by themselves. Babies like this can enter the park even if they are only 2.5 years old.
If the baby still has certain obstacles in communication with others and has poor self-care ability, the most basic problems of eating, defecation and urination cannot be solved by itself, and it is often difficult to adapt to kindergarten life. For such babies, it is generally recommended to postpone admission. At the same time, parents should help their babies improve their self-care ability so that they can more easily adapt to the life in kindergartens, and then they can enter kindergartens more smoothly.