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How do you handle clinging and crying during drop-off?


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Ksenia November 20, 2010

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I would always mention the schedule in the morning, during breakfast, than on our way to the daycare, than at the drop off we have a ritual - hug, kiss, "have fun"...after first week MY DAUGHTER WAS THE ONE SAYING "HAVE FUN"


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Ksenia November 20, 2010

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I would always mention the schedule in the morning, during breakfast, than on our way to the daycare, than at the drop off we have a ritual - hug, kiss, "have fun"...after first week MY DAUGHTER WAS THE ONE SAYING "HAVE FUN"


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Ksenia November 20, 2010

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I would always mention the schedule in the morning, during breakfast, than on our way to the daycare, than at the drop off we have a ritual - hug, kiss, "have fun"...after first week MY DAUGHTER WAS THE ONE SAYING "HAVE FUN"


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jessica202010 November 9, 2010

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Work up a Good relationship with your childs teacher and other faculty and staff. This will show the child that if Mom/Dad is comfortable with these people then I can be too. Works for my kids and I!!!


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happyhearts October 23, 2010

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You put a big smile on your face, and tell your child that they are going to have a great day, and there will be lots of fun things to do while mommy/daddy is at work. Then let them know that mommy/daddy ALWAYS come back.


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Dayngr October 19, 2010

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We've never had that issue but we always start positive talk before the school day begins so that our children are enthusiastic to arrive.


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natalieryan October 13, 2010

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with love and patience~ it's just as hard for the parent to say " bye" as it is for the child !


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jncramer October 4, 2010

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It is normal for a child to cry for the first week and if the teacher handles it well that is what makes the difference in whether the child can overcome it or not


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jncramer October 4, 2010

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It is normal for a child to cry for the first week and if the teacher handles it well that is what makes the difference in whether the child can overcome it or not


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Cohanl October 1, 2010

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liz thats hysterical!!! haha




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