I Dont Want to Go To School! by Stéphanie BlakeA book to ease those first-day jitters! No way! is Simons mantra when his parents tell him that tomorrow is his first day of school. After he tries to convince himself that he is not scared, Simon calls for help from Mom and Dad, who assure him that he will learn a lot, meet new friends, and have a great day at school. And they may just be right! After a day of drawing, playing, eating, resting, and making music, Mom tells Simon that its time to go home. His answer? No way! Author-illustrator Stephanie Blake has created a lovable character in Simon the Super Rabbit, whose cautious approach to something new will feel familiar for parents and children alike.
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No matter how excited your child was to pick out a new lunchbox and backpack this year, there will likely be days when they just don't want to go to school. Whether they're saying "I don't like school" when you're home playing together or having a meltdown on the way to the classroom, there are things you can say to help. More than the exact words you use, the most important thing is your attitude, which your child is most definitely aware of. It's important to validate their feelings while conveying a calm confidence that school is the right place for them to be and that they can handle it. If you have a young child, they may be genuinely frightened of leaving you and going to school. Tell them that school is a safe place full of people who care about them. If you say this with calm confidence, they'll believe you.
Have you ever had that thought? Lots of kids do.
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They want to be home with mum or dad. They have no friends at school. They don't like the teacher. The work is too hard or too easy. They didn't get into the team.
Nearly every morning before school, Josh, 9, will scream, cry and do anything possible to stay home. I hate my teacher. The most important thing is that you identify the problem correctly. Sometimes kids are afraid of a bully, and actually, avoiding school is one of the first signs that your child is being bullied , so be sure to investigate that possibility. Not going to school becomes another avenue of acting out for them.