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    DS thinks he has the best teacher ever because he has a Pokémon book! We also got the booklist so can start shopping around

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    For kindy what bags are big enough? I've been looking and can't decide.
    It will only need to fit lunchbox, water bottle and spare clothes like jumper etc so doesn't need to be huge.

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    Just popping in to say it will also likely need to fit library books and A4 folders for notes/home readers/art work so don't make it too small. The little kid backpacks that people sometimes use as nappy bags for instance are too small!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    For kindy what bags are big enough? I've been looking and can't decide.
    I have found they actually need quite a large bag. My daughter started Kinder with a small Ripcurl bag and I ended up having to buy a bigger one.

    At our school they have an A4 reading folder, lunch box, drink bottle, hat and jumper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaya View Post
    Just popping in to say it will also likely need to fit library books and A4 folders for notes/home readers/art work so don't make it too small. The little kid backpacks that people sometimes use as nappy bags for instance are too small!
    That's a good idea I could just send her mimco nappy bag I was looking at the pottery barn bags but they aren't posting until March dd wants a rainbow bag!

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    Has anyone's child regressed at all with their toileting recently? DD has and her kindy teacher seemed to think that was quite common when they're close to starting school.

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    My son hasn't had any toilet issues and my eldest was fine as well. Is she the anxious type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Has anyone's child regressed at all with their toileting recently? DD has and her kindy teacher seemed to think that was quite common when they're close to starting school.
    My son has, but he also has autism so I just put it down to that. We've had to go back to pull ups at night and we send spare clothes with him everyday

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Has anyone's child regressed at all with their toileting recently? DD has and her kindy teacher seemed to think that was quite common when they're close to starting school.
    My DD is having a lot of toileting issues. She's holding onto poos for days, and insisting she doesn't need to wee when she very obviously does. It's been quite stressful!

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    Need to think about buying a good drink bottle for DS - what kind of bottle does everyone recommend?

    The drink bottles DS uses for preschool are getting a bit tired and I think they're a bit small for primary school.


 

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