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    I think that's really awful too. Especially to invite the whole class and only exclude 3. I'd have to either invite the whole class, or only invite 4-5 kids.

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    I just invited the whole class my DD mentioned all bar 4 or 5 kids so I decided to invite all 30 and as much as I would not do this again I could never exclude a small number it's so so mean.
    Next year will be just girls that's for sure all girls though

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    Hi...this happened at my daughters day care.

    It's almost like a game of exclusion.

    I just didn't invite her kid. The kids don't like it when they are not invitd so the bad mums get the picture.

    But sometimes they want to limit numbers.

    Next year your child will be in with another group of kids...so it doesn't matter. And you can save some money by not being invited.

    Butterfly
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    Age? Number if kids in class?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    She just said he invited his kindy friends from last year & other kids outside of school, & she said he wanted to invite the whole class but she had to tell him it was too many kids, so he invited them all except a couple 🤔 Im guessing it's possibly maybe a booked in party like a play centre wih limited numbers? I totally understand just inviting a small group, or inviting half the class, or just all the girls/ boys... it just seems so thoughtless to exclude a couple of kids in the class. Im glad Im not the only one who would feel a bit sad for my kid. I love the idea of taking her somewhere fun on that day I'll do that for sure.
    It's awful. Hopefully it will be like our school where the birthday party's on the weekend don't really get a mention in the school yard after the fact. Definitely give her something exciting to talk about by doing something special with her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Age? Number if kids in class?
    Age 5, 20 kids in the class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly Baby View Post
    Hi...this happened at my daughters day care.

    It's almost like a game of exclusion.

    I just didn't invite her kid. The kids don't like it when they are not invitd so the bad mums get the picture.

    But sometimes they want to limit numbers.

    Next year your child will be in with another group of kids...so it doesn't matter. And you can save some money by not being invited.

    Butterfly
    The thing is, the kids are 5, so it's not the child doing the excluding at this age, it is the parent. I wont take it out on the kids by not inviting her kid, then her child and mine will both suffer for it. The mum should just not be so mean!

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    Excluding 3 children from a class of 20 is awful. If space or cost was a concern, I would rather have my child cut the list further than just leave out 3.

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