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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    And BTW, I taught prep kids & often had kids who had never attended preschool at all. They adjusted fine
    Absolutely - thanks for reminding me, I should have said I have a very small sample size at my school :-)

    Where I work the difference is consistently very clear, but that may also be due to other factors, for sure.

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    Default 1 day "preschool" enough for a 4yo?

    Thanks girls I spoke to one of the carers who said 2 days will be enough, financially 3 isn't really worth it. And like you @cheeeeesecake I'm a big believer in letting kids just be kids whilst they can. Just worried about her being "behind" socially but the carer reassured me dd1 is doing great already at 1 day a week and seen a big change in her
    I also live in a low socio economic area with limited cheap options/places for preschool and the carer pointed out a decent chunk won't have even gave gone to preschool before they start school so dd1 won't be behind at all.

    God I don't know why I get so stressed out I just don't know what I'm doing lol
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    Default 1 day "preschool" enough for a 4yo?

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    another consideration while you don't think she's coping with the 1 day, often kids don't cope with only going the 1 day & actually need the 2 days each week to adjust.

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