Does a narrative circle with 3-4 year old children make sense? (Kindergarten)

Does a narrative circle with 3-4 year old children make sense? (Kindergarten)

Does a narrative circle with 3-4 year old children make sense?

I will do an internship in kindergarten starting tomorrow and would like to do a storytelling with the 3-4 year old children. I am only assigned to one group and to get to know them (and vice versa) I had planned a narrative circle. Everyone is sitting in a circle and a child always tells of the weekend in September. Can you do that with the kids? Or do you have any other ideas?

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At this age, children cannot really differentiate between the weekend and everyday life. Of course they know that there is no kindergarten at the weekend, but that often confuses them with afternoon experiences or the weekend before.

Maybe you just ask them to tell you about a great experience lately, no matter when. Some children may not have done anything special this weekend, and it is bad for them if they have nothing to tell or the experience of the other children "better" is.

I have found that many children lose motivation and become restless.

Some children do not know what to tell and repeat what was said before. So in the end you have many children who have experienced the same thing.

Tip: take little children 5-6 and give them a stone or ball or similar. In the hand. Explain that only the child holding the stone speaks, everyone else is listening.

This only makes sense if there are not many children (maximum 5) and you accordingly "moderierst". Otherwise it will be totally boring for the other children.

Example: Child A tells that he went swimming with his mother. You pick up on that and show with gestures, facial expressions and noises how child A was swimming and also build in some exciting places (adventure on the slide / excitement in the changing room etc. etc.) and let the other children participate. If you can’t do something like that, better leave it. Many small children are not yet ready to tell more than 2 or 3 sentences about a weekend.

I think that’s a good idea :) I did an internship in elementary school last year and they also talked about us in class.

Can’t you compare? In elementary school the children are already 6 years old, in the Kiga only 3 or 4. There are worlds between the way of expression and possibility.

Really depends on the size of the circle. So up to 10 kiddies is a good idea.

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I love my colleagues and my children. It’s so much fun working with them every day, laughing and cuddling with the kids. I just can’t stand the feeling of having to leave soon. Sure, I can visit my colleagues and most of the children sometimes, but it’s not the same. Especially my dear preschoolers, who will be at school next year.

Every single child has grown incredibly close to my heart and even if that sounds stupid, I don’t want to leave them, but I have to :( and it hurts because I know that the children will forget me over time and find new favorite teachers I thought about going away, but shouldn’t I enjoy the rest of the time with the kids, more than before?

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At home, she tells me that other children have started and with friends (in the afternoons) I also keep seeing that she is only fighting back or emulating as a follower (other children) is not ok, I know that, but she is not the trigger. Today I heard again that she had hacked another child, I have just heard from her that she was scratched by the other girl beforehand (scratches can be seen on the neck). What am I supposed to do? On the one hand I am a mother, on the other as a colleague, I have the feeling that my colleague always wants to give me one and that only MY child is always nonsense. In the outdoor play area, I also watched my child from time to time and saw situations where my colleague and her teacher did not intervene at all. I often went to the finishing line and spoke to the children, comment my colleague after I described her situation: I didn’t even notice it! (Unfortunately it has been like this several times):

As I said, my colleague takes it so personally and then my daughter gets it again.

What am I supposed to do? Another kindergarten is out of the question. I can’t talk to my boss about it either, because she always says that this should be clarified in the group.

I feel so sorry for my daughter, because she is always punished and is banned from doll cornering or has to apologize to others, even though she didn’t start and the other children can do what they want (exaggerated).

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