My 2.5 years old daughter don't follow the instructions at the nursery sometimes does that considered lack of focus? When the nanny ask them to stand in a line to go to lunch sometimes my daughter stay standing and the nanny has to go back for her. Although she's very smart she can count to 10 since 18 months she can tell the colors, shapes,and she memories sentences from the stories I read to her and she's emotionally healthy she express her feelings and recognize others feelings. Is that thing about the lunch line considered as a lack of focus? Thank you.
I have a hard time believing that a reasonable and reasonably trained teacher would call out your daughter's behavior as a lack of focus.
No 2.5yo has good focus, and the teacher should know that, because it's called childhood development. All 2.5yo's should be expected to not notice things, forget things, bounce from one activity to another, and at times zone out and not respond to an adult's request, because this is what 2.5yo's do.
None of those behaviors are a result of a 2.5yo child trying to cause a problem. Your daughter is simply being 2.5yo.
When my daughter had issues at daycare, the only way I was able to fully understand the situation was to visit the daycare and observe my daughter and how her teachers were interacting with her.
My daughter's daycare had a window from the hall into the classroom so I could watch without being in the room. If you have to be in the room, a good way to observe is to pretend you're doing something on your phone, so that your daughter doesn't see you watching her.
My daughter needed extra supervision, and when I observed at my daughter's daycare it was clear that the teachers didn't understand the level of supervision that she needed, and I ended up pulling her out of daycare.
My daughter's teachers weren't bad, but uninformed, and not able to provide proper care for my daughter.
I would suggest that in addition to talking to the teachers, you visit your daughter's daycare to fully understand the situation.