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    Default Kindergarten or leave DS at child care?

    Quote Originally Posted by shelle65 View Post
    My DD did kinder at daycare, it was fantastic and she was well and truly ready for school when she started, despite being one of the youngest.

    I'm curious to know what other kids learnt at kinder that my DD didn't?
    They all have to follow a national standard now so in theory no different. My DD loved day care I just wanted her to mix with her age group.

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    I think it depends on the center rather than the type of service, some preschools are great, some not, some day care centres are great, some not. That said I have worked in both and love preschool, as a staff member there is more time to do things and you get more regular breaks. I think the most important thing is the relationships, if he is happy and connected with the kids and his carers I would leave him there.


 

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