Transition from home to our facility
Trust and security are an important basis for all learning and for social relationships later in life. Children already experience basic trust in of your own Family through close ties to the caregivers "mother and father".
In order for this trust to remain, it is particularly important to carefully and in consultation with other caregivers and the process of detachment from parents with the To design specialist staff of the family center.
The focus is on the child. The child’s behavior determines when it is ready to engage with other people.
When planning the transition from the parents’ home to the family center, plan your time accordingly. Every child has his own way.
In order for trust between child, parents and educator to develop, it is essential that binding agreements are adhered to.
Transition from daycare to primary school
The last year before starting school should be a special year for the children. The children look forward to school, are proud of what they can do and are happy to pursue activities that stand out from everyday games and projects. The visits to the elementary school arouse this anticipation and they search >
For many parents, this anticipation is mixed with a little sadness and sadness about the end of a carefree period of childhood.
From the tradition one hears sentences like:
– Now the seriousness of life begins.
– My child is really well prepared?
– Enough happens in the daycare center in connection with the preparation?
Preparation for school begins on the first day in our facility. Children should be awakened to the joy of a new phase of life at an early stage. The activities that we worked out with the children last year should be remembered by the children.
The transition from the family center to the elementary school should not be a break for our "sly mice", but should be a bridge. We see ourselves as a pillar that gently accompanies the children from the family center to primary school.
Preparation from the start
From day one, we prepare children for school by influencing learning processes and influencing their development.
Every child is different and we pick up the child where it is,
that is, where his individual linguistic, motor, social and cognitive level of development is.
– These areas are encouraged and develop through regular visits to the family center.
– The children develop a relationship with other adults (caregivers) and experience security and security.
– They learn to orient themselves in our large house, which promotes their independence.
– Our daily morning circle with the songs and games prepares the children for school both linguistically and structurally.
– Different actions, which are offered in the daily routine and in which the children decide for themselves what they want to participate in, promote self-confidence by being proud of what they have created or achieved.
– Larger children know their way around the house, have worked out the rules and internalized them well. Rule awareness is an important prerequisite for learning in primary school.
– Social skills are encouraged and developed when choosing friends, arguing or during sad moments in the child’s everyday life.
– In all of our functional rooms, children develop their own ideas that promote creativity, fine motor skills, language and self-assessment.
– In the movement area, motor skills are strengthened and awareness of the rules promoted.
– Age-oriented work condensed the phase of the transition from the family center to primary school last year.
What do the "sly mice" experience in the last year before starting school?
We spend the last year together with the children.
You think of a group name. In the past few years “Schlaufüchse”, “Schlaugebirn” and “Schlaumäuse” have been the hit and the following generations are happy to fall back on these names. They connect the transition to school.
We design the projects together with the children by involving them in the decision-making processes, but there are also a number of activities:
– Visiting the theater in the elementary school (meeting former kindergarten children)
– First aid project (avoiding accidents and dealing with them)
– Primary school visit (play school)
– Primary school visit (mini-mathematics)
– A common day at school with all children from the Usinger daycare centers
– Visiting the first graders in the family center (afternoon in Advent) First graders report to the "sly mouse" about their experiences at school
– Visit to the school supervisor
– Language support (Mira and Mirakula)
– Excursion of the graduates
– Overnight at the facility
"Throwing out" from the family center ends a phase of life and is a farewell ritual for the children.
Cooperation family center, Usinger Kitas and Astrid Lindgren primary school
We meet regularly (school, daycare), exchange ideas and develop our further cooperation.
A joint parents’ evening underlines our cooperation.
Joint further training on the education and upbringing plan broadens the perspective and promotes cooperation.
Development of a common transition concept is under construction.
Exchange of the developmental status of the children using a development sheet, with the consent of the parents.
Visiting the teachers in the daycare centers and vice versa.
Together with you, dear parents, we give the children the space to try out and gain experience. Courage to make mistakes is an important learning process, which you should also support at home to encourage independent action.
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