6 year old child cannot accept defeat
My child could accept when other children finished their homework and left for home without waiting for him. He was crying yesterday even though the teacher waited for him. He told me he was afraid that the teacher and friends left him alone. What should I do?
A little anxiety about this sort of thing is typical for that age. You should reassure him that it is the teacher's job to stay until all of the children are gone. You should also teach him what to do if he finds himself in a situation where he is left alone--tell him to find another teacher or member of the school staff and teach him your home/cell number, so that he can dial it or have someone call you. You could ask the teacher to reassure him that she won't leave and you should definitely let him know that you will be waiting for him at the end of the day.
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