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Last night after Cass came home (With Smiles so she had fun)from Kindergarten round up (our registraion ) she will be in Kindergarten next year!!
but She had to make apoint to me that she did not talk at all!!
I know she is a shy and quiet kid but Do you think maybe she is too quiet!
I said this to her Preschool teacher and She had said that CAss rarely says anything!! I guess Iwas wondering if I should be concerend since she is happy and Loves to go I know she loves her teachers casuse she makes Pictures all the time for them!!
so She is doing Good on that fornt!! but I guess Im afraid that maybe cause sheis soooo Quiet that she will fall through the cracks at school and not get help when she needs it!!!
she seems to make frineds she just doesnt talk~~ my biggest Fear is that she will fall into the cracks at school cause she is so quiet that they wont see when she needs help!! I planon Being a BIG presence in the school (They are gonna be sick of me LOL)
I just htink that when kids see Mom and Dad be a part of hte school It shows they are intereted in them! and lets them see how imp School is!!
Thanks it helps to know that there are other kids like Cass Adn that she will survive!!
She has donr good in Preschool so far she just doesnt talk much ther but ALwyas seems happy to go and COmes home and tells me everything as the day proggeses!!
JMO but it sounds like that is just who she is. I was a very quiet child myself. I felt more comfortable taking in and observing my surroundings. I listened well and enjoyed school. I preferred to go with the flow as opposed to starting the waves myself. As long as she is communicating to you and her teachers, I think she will be great in school. It will also give her a chance to come out of her shell once the surroundings become familiar. Good Luck!
I agree with the others: I too was one of those quiet kids.
If you're concerned about her falling through the cracks: that's great that you're already aware it might be an issue. Keep on top of it-- it's not too difficult when they're young. If it turns out that she does have trouble with something- say the letter "C", use that as an opportunity for you and her to brainstorm on what she might do. For example: yuu could write a note to the teacher, she could raise her hand and ask for help, you and she could both stop by before school to see the teacher, and so on. As long as you're on the lookout for problems, I bet it resolves itself.
In terms of bringing her out of her shell a bit: is she enrolled in any sort of extra-curricular activities? Perhaps gymnastics, Tae Kwon Do or dance would give her a bit more confidence.
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MOM TO BRIAN (6-18-98)
She is in Gymnastics and has een for 3 years and still ownt talk much but I know hse is learning cause her teacher is having her moved up a level since she is preggressing!!
I am just a worry wart and want tomake sure my child gets help when seh needs it!!
I guess im just over reacting too soon!!!
She is a great kid and I just want her to keep blossoming