Finally, your little one has grown up and you decided to get up in.As a rule, parents start to sound a serious alarm when the child is already attending kindergarten. It is obvious. The child moves into the world and social and social contacts from the closed family world. The child's lifestyle changes and leads, above all, to minor disturbances in the emotional sphere. The adaptation period is characterized by lethargy, anxiety, and emotional tension. Emotional stress affects the child's appetite, health and sleep. As the situation changes, his activity changes, he is not at all interested in toys, the speech level of activity decreases. The general depression is due to the fact that the baby is surrounded by his peers and runs the risk of being exposed to someone else's viral flora, which can lead to illness of the child. It is possible that with an insignificant degree of adaptation of the child within the walls of a preschool institution, all these symptoms disappear rather quickly. And the baby begins to happily and calmly attend kindergarten. Parents are always worried about the age at which it is better to send their child to kindergarten. It is impossible to answer unequivocally to it, because everything depends on the individual characteristics of the child, on his upbringing in the family and on the degree of mastering the skills of self-service. There is no doubt that a three-year-old kid preparing for kindergarten has a better developed speech, he feels the need for children's communication, and already has perfect self-service skills. When a child 1.5-2 years old does not quite have all of the above qualities. A baby under three years old is less adapted to being separated from his mother, he is more vulnerable and weak, and this means that at this age, addiction takes place more difficult and longer, and is even accompanied by diseases. The maturation of all mental processes and intensive physical development occurs precisely during this period. During their formation, they are more prone to mental fluctuations, and sometimes even nervous breakdowns. Changing environmental conditions and the need to develop new forms of behavior require the greatest efforts from the baby, and the older the child becomes, the better he will cope with them. Much depends on how and to what extent the child is prepared for the transition to preschool, and the course of the adaptation period depends.