After spending years at Kindergarten, your baby is finally ready to go to school. They have been waiting for this day and truly starting school for one, is the first big milestone in their life of education. So, you want to make it special and a memorable one as well. These are the days a person will be looking back with tears of joys. So, as the parent of your kid, you might be wondering from where to start. Well, we have some tips that will help you heaps.
Take them for some shopping
Shopping for all the school uniforms can’t be more fun. To see your child feeling awed by the uniforms he/she will be wearing to school will make them so excited and want to go to school. So, take them with you when you go to pick their new uniforms. Many schools have their own type of uniforms which are unique and custom made according to the college colors and crest. So, check for a uniform shop that sells the type of school uniform you are looking for. You can also get them tailor made.
Shopping for school stuff
You might have already got school bags, water bottles, lunch boxes, pencils, colors, and other stationery as gifts from others to your baby. Make a checklist of the rest for the things you will need to buy. Then make a day to go shopping to buy them all, and don’t forget to take your little one with you. Give them the chance to choose their stationery in favorite colors and prints. Don’t wait until the last week to buy them all. DSS School has their separate uniforms as well, visit the site using this link http://www.chss.edu.hk/?op=admission1.
Take them on a trip to the school
Many schools give the chance to take your little ones on a tour around the school. You can see for the available days (make sure it’s a normal school day) and take your child with you for the tour. It’s nice to see how excited they feel and you can pinpoint the important places they will be using at school because it will help them on their first day to school.
Amidst all the excitement they feel in going shopping and visiting the new school, still they might be also scared and feeling nervous. Some are naturally shy and less talking with others. Since it’s all new, with time they will make good friends and participate in school activities. So, things like this should be eliminated from their minds. Talk to them and ask how they feel. Tell them how great it is to go to school and how you learn to sing, draw, play different sports and meet new friends. You need to ease their troubled minds.