@Rani Lakshmi How old is your nephew? Curious children are usually very intelligent and they amuse elders with their questions. By asking too many questions, he might be entertaining himself or asking genuine questions or just loving all the attention he gets when somebody pays importance to his questions and gives their time to him. Once you find out, it might be easy to find a solution. As far as classroom etiquette is concerned, the teacher could ask him to wait until the class is over to ask her anything or if the question is too silly, she can ask him to ask the question first to himself and ponder over it. If he still cannot find an answer in his mind, then, he can approach her. Maybe you could speak to him about how to conduct himself in class. Every child is different and even if he is difficult to handle sometimes, it is better not to discourage him from asking questions. It could be just a passing phase. So enjoy his childhood and curiosity while it lasts. Hope this helps. All the Best!
@Rani Lakshmi Hey, it is most important to ensure that the teachers and staff are friendly and empathetic. The school has the basic facilities, like bright and well-lit classrooms, clean washrooms, basic medical and first aid and a good play area. Ensure that they follow a particular preschool curriculum like a Montessori or Reggio or something else. Most importantly, your child should feel safe and happy to go to the school.
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@Anonymous As your child grows you would naturally want your daughter to give up this habit. You have probably tried to do so in many ways, and none of them have worked. Many infants get into the habit of sucking the thumb or fingers because of the natural sucking reflex, which they also find very comforting. Some babies cling on to an object such as a soft toy, or baby blanket. Yes, it is difficult to break the habit, threats only make the child feel insecure and bribes don’t work. Usually, the habit wears off gradually. As children become more engaged in activities, play and learning at school, the habit tends to diminish and finally disappear at school. The same applies at home too. They will suck the thumb or fingers only when they are tired, hungry, upset or feeling alone. Connect with your child at these times with a warm hug and try to engage her with fun conversation. As long as the frequency of the habit is reducing, give your child time to gradually give up the habit on her own. Avoid making comments, instead pay attention to her stories, her play and activities.