Parenting in the second younger group
Most often among parents talking on the playground, you hear similar phrases: "And you send the child to a kindergarten and you will untie your hands!" Alas, most parents believe that their obligations end with the arrival of a precious child in an educational institution and a monthly impressive payment for its content. However, moms and dads should, together with educators, participate in the upbringing process of children. About what work with parents in the second younger group should be conducted, we will talk in this article.
Children like to see when their dads and moms participate in the life of their group, doing creative crafts or performing labor assignments of educators (hang curtains, glue windows, screw in a socket, fix chairs, decorate a group for the holiday). Parental assistance facilitates the life of educators who should not only teach 3-4-year-old children to dress, eat with a spoon, go alone to the toilet, but also accustom them to discipline and the educational process.
The work of the teacher with his parents for the autumn
For each month, educators plan specific tasks related to the child's health, adaptation, training, life in the group and general activities planned for the entire kindergarten. Working with parents in September solves the following tasks:
- to acquaint parents with the life of the DOW and the group;
- to disclose the rights and duties of parents;
- suggest how to adapt the baby to the kindergarten;
- organize, if necessary, meetings with additional specialists (psychologist, speech therapist, defectologist);
- hold a parent meeting to get to know each other and raise funds for the pedagogical process (stationery, toys, photography, theater).
In October, work with parents is conducted in 3 directions:
- consultations on strengthening children's health;
- joint creative activities (crafts);
- work on the group (washing and sealing windows, suspension curtains, repair chairs, sockets, etc.).
In November, the adaptation of children to the life of the DOW is over, and the tutors spend more activities on additional circles (choreography, creative workshop, plastic, etc.), preparations for official holidays (autumn ball, Mother's Day, New Year, etc.) and open lessons. Most caregivers give advice and advice on the development of certain skills in children.
Working with parents in the second junior group for the winter
In December, educators with children are preparing for the New Year holiday. In most cases, the holiday in the 2nd junior group passes without parents as a morning performance with gifts and costumes. Parents often require payment for the services of Santa Claus and for the disc with the recording of the matinee, sometimes sewing a New Year's costume. In January and February there are creative contests of crafts, drawings and preparations for the holidays. If necessary, work with narrow specialists, especially psychological counseling on the education of children.
Working with parents in the second junior group for the spring
March is preparing for the spring holidays (March 8, April Fool's Day, May 9). With parents, talks are held to strengthen the immune system. In the spring, work is carried out on the group (washing windows, washing curtains, repairing furniture). Joint exhibitions of crafts and drawings are held.
Working with parents in the second junior group for the summer
In summer, more often children from different groups unite, that's why the pedagogical process goes without any outbursts and serious events. At this time, many kindergartens are carrying out repair work, and also organize additional courses on the adaptation of children-beginners.
In any case, at group and general meetings, they clarify the rights and duties of parents, and also disclose the plan of the conducted work and talk about new tasks assigned for a specific period. On the stand, educators hang out announcements and register work with parents (the younger group) to improve the playing and sleeping area, raise children, participate in group and general creative activities. While this list of works is small, but with growing children, parents are more likely to participate in the life of the DOW.