Culture of Sleep

Parents worry when the child comes to the day care center and can not fall back on their usual sleep rituals (hand of the mother, arm of the father, rocking in the cradle, a specific lullaby). Of course, it takes time to develop a new ritual, to feel comfortable and safe elsewhere, and it will take some time for the child to go to sleep in kindergarten and live up to his or her full need for sleep.        

The drivers of child learning are positive feelings, well-being, and intrinsic motivation. A child who is under stress, under pressure or sorrow has no willingness to learn.
Children who cry and are on their own because they are denied do not learn to calm themselves and sleep peacefully. They resign because they feel forced to do so. Man may call it a protective rig.
Therefore, denying consolation donations cannot be called child-friendly education.