It happens: at home, the child is cute, he has a friendly relationship with the toilet, but in a kindergarten, he absolutely can't.And so the child gets used to being away from home gradually and with difficulty, and then there is still such a problem.
Child psychologist, Elena Makarenko:"One of the reasons why the child does not want to go to the toilet in kindergarten, and which is quite common -fear and / or embarrassment. Fear because teachers and nannies happen to whom it is simply unbearably lazy to follow 20 children, so they go on a hike in need at one certain time, and all other unplanned attempts of a child to ask for a pot meet shouts of indignation. And embarrassment - because other children, boys and girls, alien adults and so on.
In each case there is a way to solve the problem. If the matter is in the teacher - decide with the teacher, but first of all: instruct the child exactly how to use the public toilet.Moreover, the instruction should be detailed, step-by-step and take into account various circumstances: if the child is shy, he can wait until someone else comes out, or ask him to turn away, or turn away himself. If you want to go to the toilet - he has the right to go to it at any time, and whatever the circumstances, it would be better to go than to suffer from abdominal pain, and in general it is harmful. Do not intimidate the child, of course, but explain to him that this is a natural process and is important to his health. ”
There may be several reasons why a child does not want to go to the toilet in kindergarten, for example -hygiene and ease of use sadikovsky closet. So it is worth noticing, or noticeably — if not, contacting parents there. In principle, it is recommended to do this before entering kindergarten, but not everyone is allowed in, and the state may change significantly during active use.
If, on visiting the toilet, nothing strange was noticed,ask your child for a tour: maybe something scares him (he saw a spider - there was such a terrible story with one boy), or he was uncomfortable using it (high, cold, etc.).
If the toilet, from your point of view, and the baby is all right, then the problem is not in the toilet.