Separation anxiety can appear in many forms. Most of your preschoolers will transition smoothly into the classroom. However, you will have a few that will not.
They may sit quietly on a chair and not interact. They may cry. They may hold on to their parent’s leg for dear life! They may have an all out breakdown.
What's a preschool teacher to do to help children and parents during this tough time?
This Separation Anxiety Parents Tip letter can be printed out and sent home to parents. It is completely editable so that you can add your own Program information as well as add, delete or change any of the tips or suggestions to reflect your program's plan.
The letter to parents includes:
3 Tips for Before School Begins
5 Tips for Dropping Children Off on the First Day
2 Tips for Pick Up Time
You might also find my Preschool Schedule Cards
helpful. With these, your children will be able to "tell time" their way--with pictures, not a clock!I have more editable products that you might find helpful in your classroom:Click here to see: Editable Preschool Staff Handbook with over 50 Policies and Procedures for you to edit for your program's needs!Click here to see: Editable Job Descriptions for PreschoolClick here to see: Editable Classroom Volunteers Handbook and Forms for Preschool