6. Few months before the interview, I always emphasized it's polite to behave, and when teacher asked him question, he needed to answer.
After telling him for several months, it's like a 'mind set' or 'rule' inside his little brain.
7. Three months before, I practiced with him at home;
When the teacher asked u....you have to answer....such as..
what is your name? how old are u ? what food do u like to eat? where do u like to go ? what do u do on wkends ?.....
After the interview, he told me the teacher did ask him the name and age, but 'no food'.
8. My son spent his summer holidays in Canada, attending playgroups in the past 2 yrs. we needed to fill in 'past school record' in the application form; I am not sure whether this experience would help, but at least just try.
9. I took him to site visit (outside the CDNIS building) several times before interview.
10. Two days before interview, he cried when arrived, and refused to get off the car, and kept on saying "I don't want to go....I want to go home....". My husband and I were shock !!! After this, I used some essential oils which can calm him emotions, bring happiness, positive thinking...etc.
11. On the interview day, I made use of essential oils as well; his mood, performance, behaviour....was out of expectation, perfect. even my husband and I were surprised as well.
12. In most of the playgroups, we attended together. In Jap class, I am not allowed to stay inside. In the first two lessons, I stayed with him. In the third lesson, I didn't stay and he cried like crazy when I left. But after the teacher closed the door, he stopped crying and started to play after 3 mins. I think the hardest part is the 'seperation moment', once he overcame, it's ok. In French class, he cried for 30 mins....now he enjoyed the class.