Children constantly monitor their surroundings from birth and make various gains. Attitudes of mother and father play a leading role in the basis of these achievements. Children put these gains into practice when the appropriate environment is provided. They want to expand their fields and explore their surroundings. At the same time, they show improvement in social identity acquisition. They display various attitudes in line with the impressions they get from their parents. Kindergarten is the first real environment where all these achievements will be exhibited and come to life. Children who are with their peers learn to move on their own, explore, socialize, join the group and act with the group. There are many critical stages such as the starting age of kindergarten, the choice of the parent or caregiver to accompany the child at the beginning of the kindergarten, the planning of the time spent in the kindergarten and the first encounter. The correct management of this process is a reference for the entire educational and social life of the child. The experience they will have here is almost the first impression they will have against the outside world (real world). In a properly managed orientation process, a self-expressive development process can occur that is confident, excited to explore, and self-expressing. Otherwise, a development that may be afraid of expressing themselves, develop beliefs that they will make mistakes and feel free to act can be watched. Kindergarten orientation training includes evaluating the readiness of children to start school, parents’ concerns about the process, examining the school process from the children’s point of view, and informing the other tips about the orientation process. At the same time, it is aimed to create specific solutions for situations that families encounter or fear to encounter in this process.