Dress him in comfortable clothes and not his “good” ones so he feels comfortable.
Choose with him the school supplies and the clothes he will wear to school.
Write his name on all his clothes and things. This is important because in the first days the kindergarten teacher cannot know the bag, the jacket, etc. of each child.
If the child finds it difficult to separate from one parent in particular, it would be good to have the other parent or a trusted person take the child to school or school.
Allow a period of time, a few days at least, for your child to adjust to the rhythms of your “daily” life.
Adapt the child’s “sleep schedule” gradually to the demands of your daily life.
Tell him about his teacher. Present the teacher as a person who will love him, take care of him, help him with whatever he needs and teach him interesting things. If you show her trust and support, then she will be able to feel the same.
Read relevant books to him or play “school” with him. A short story or a beautiful fairy tale will give the child a first idea of everyday life in the nursery
Parents therefore make a decisive contribution to the smooth inclusion of their child in school. With their attitude, they can help him to adapt to this new everyday life, which will offer him great joy and a new world full of unprecedented stimuli, experiences and experiences.