Do you want to go to kindergarten bridging class?

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Alice has graduated from kindergarten and is going to elementary school. We are debating whether to let her go to the kindergarten bridging class.

Swollen Eyes and Alice went to the same kindergarten, which was semi-public. At first, we had misunderstandings about kindergartens. We felt that kindergartens were not important as long as they were close to home, hygienic and safe. So we sent the swollen eyes to the kindergarten in front of our home. We attended there for a year and became very unhappy with the swollen eyes. The teacher always asks parents to buy this and bring that, and parents pay for school activities themselves. Later, I moved to a semi-public kindergarten (public kindergartens are close to private kindergartens). This kindergarten is not bad. There are many activities. There is a theme activity every month. The children are very happy and have almost no need to study. They are having fun every day. in. Only then did we realize that kindergarten is still very important. It is not only safe and secure inside, but also good food and fun. Children can learn knowledge while playing. However, this kindergarten hardly teaches elementary school curriculum content (it’s not impossible but not allowed). After kindergarten, I only learned a few simple pinyin, but I still can’t remember them all. In math, I only learned addition and subtraction within 10.

After going to kindergarten with swollen eyes, I went to Yunnan with us for almost a month. After I came back, I went to elementary school with almost a blank slate. It was very difficult when she first entered elementary school, because the first-grade Chinese language was taught very quickly, and she had to learn the next lesson before she could master it. She had to write her homework until 11 o’clock at night every day. She soon became myopic, and she felt dizzy for a month because of lack of sleep. . I still couldn’t keep up with my studies, so the teacher called me many times.

We didn’t want Alice to make the same mistake again, so we enrolled her in a kindergarten bridging class this summer. This class has two pinyin classes, one literacy class, and one math class every day. Pinyin is very important. If you can’t learn it quickly, learning Chinese will be very difficult. The summer class is over. From the beginning, Alice couldn’t hold a pen and could only recognize the initial consonants of Pinyin. Now she has almost mastered Pinyin and can read it. She also knows dozens of words and learned simple mathematics. She has been in first grade for a few weeks. Alice is learning easily and writing her homework quickly. We feel that this kindergarten bridging class is still fruitful, making it easier for children to study in first grade.

Meat eaters have been promoting (requiring) that kindergartens should not learn content from elementary school for fear of affecting children’s growth and development, but as soon as they enter elementary school, they start running at full speed and let the children run on the conveyor belt. Faced with such a gap, if they don’t solve it, parents will have to find their own solutions.

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