Wow! I thought I was the only one that always dreams I can't find a toilet with a door.
I have never seen a preschool with an open area with toilets and really not sure how I would feel about it. The preschool DD attends has little cubicles (half walls and doors) with no locks. Kids can have privacy but an adult can check on them if needed.
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08-07-2016 16:35 #11
08-07-2016 17:22 #12
My dd's preschool has walls but no doors on the cubicals. I know she doesn't like it.
When I was in kinder, the toilets were open, I refused to go in there, let alone use the toilet. I held on and held on. One day I wet myself while painting a picture because I refused to use the toilets.
I remember being too embarrassed to tell anyone that I couldn't use the toilets. I think I couldn't explain why I felt that way, I just couldn't use them..
08-07-2016 17:49 #13
Ds' childcare has a semi-private toilet - no doors but structured in a way to give some privacy from other kids while also allowing the carers to see.
I never went to the toilet at preschool, I can't even remember what it looked like. But I do remember holding on and only wet myself once (in two years of kinder).
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