Easing the kindergarten transition with some fun books

Guest post written by Sandy Wilson

I’ve found personally that one of the easiest ways to help kids during hard times is to help them through handing a book. Now, I also believe in talking to them, but after you chat with them sometimes they just still don’t get it. It helps them to see other people go through it in a story.

Right now I’m trying to help my daughter ease into kindergarten and after I chatted with her, I still don’t think that she exactly understood what she was going to be starting. So I looked online to see if I could find her a book to further explain it. While I was online looking for that, I ran across the site www.ClearWirelessInternetService.com. After I looked through it a little bit, I decided to change over our home internet service to a packages that I found on there.

I eventually did find a special kindergarten book and sat down with my daughter to explain a lot of the things in the book. I think she has a better understanding now. She just wants to take that book on the first day now!

Melanie Kampman

Melanie Kampman is a web designer, developer and owner of Giveaway Bandit and Farm News for Kids. She lives in Northwest Missouri on a large family farm with her husband and eight year old son, the Giveaway Bandit. They raise cattle with a variety of pets including horses, chickens, ducks, and a slew of cats.

By Melanie Kampman

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  1. My youngest son did not want to go to kindergarten at all. We talked to him about going to school with his big brother and sister, didn’t work. We took him shopping for school supplies and new clothes..no affect. We were getting worried as the day was approaching and he was insisting that we was not going. The morning came he wouldn’t get dressed in anything new so we just put on his old jeans and Tee, he did like the new shoes though. We all go to the bus stop and when the bus came he was not getting on. The bus driver sensing out distress said to our son, ” I have a little girl who did not want to go to school either, but when she sat in the front seat and watched out for other school buses for me she loved doing that, would you do that for me this year:” My son perked up and said yes he would love to be his helper…Everyday he and another little fellow sat and told the bus driver to watch out for the other buses..Thank heavens for experienced school bus drivers..lol.

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