My daughter is 3 years old and in daycare. She is only part time (3 days a week). They just moved a few of her classmates into the next class and tell me that, at this time, there are no open spaces for part time students. Well they moved in some more children from the lower class into my daughters room and now we have a problem. My daughter keeps to herself a lot, and the friends she made are now gone. This girl picks on her and it seems like every week something happens. Last friday she got bit and it left a very bad mark on her arm. Now yesterday she got bit twice and pushed by this same child. This is the 6th issue from my child getting pushed around, 3rd or 4th from this one girl. My daughter is a target for this type of thing, I think. She doesn't say much so they think they can push her around and get away with it. these children are only 2 or 3 so how can I help my daughter deal with this? do I pull her out? Help.Answer Question
Answer by mistynights234 at 12:07 PM on Mar. 24, 2009
Answer by LimoMOM5 at 12:09 PM on Mar. 24, 2009
Make sure the teacher knows exactly what is going on. Tell her you want this to stop. Stop letting the other child control your daughter. For instance, have the other child give her her space. If you feel that the day care is not suiting your needs I would change. However, no matter where you go there will be bully's. This age I feel its ok to talk with the teachers however as your children get older you will be doing them a dis-service by stepping in.
Answer by Anonymous at 12:10 PM on Mar. 24, 2009
Answer by aidengrant07 at 12:15 PM on Mar. 24, 2009