• Sonja Veličković College of professional studies educators, Aleksinac


discontinuity, kindergarten, school, social relations


In this paper, the author points out the problems that arise as a consequence of the discontinuity between kindergarten and school discusses, some aspects of discontinuity with which the children often face the transition from one level of education to another and provide guidelines to overcome them.


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How to Cite

Veličković, S. (2013). PROBLEMS DISCONTINUITY ON THE FIRST LEVEL OF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education, 1(2), 135–143. Retrieved from