My daughter started talking early and doing things early. That has forced me to think about school. When my baby turned two, my hunt for the right school began. School is the second home and teachers are just like mothers in the budding years of school. So a right school matters a lot. Here are a few tips for moms who are looking for a school.
People will start thinking about schools for 2 main reasons
1. Working women need to join her work back and at home, there’s no one to take care of the kid.
In such a situation, a good school with Daycare is a better option than hiring a nanny at home.; Most playschools/Montessori have daycare nowadays. Right from the age of 10 months, they will take in a kid. (Usually when the baby is able to sit on his/her own).
2. They want the kid to start school as parents think its the right time to send.
Once the kid turns 1 year 10 months old, you can opt for a playgroup. Playgroup is before nursery and is not mandatory for kids. If a kid is shy and has some anxiety issues a playgroup is perfect. There it won't be too much of serious teaching. They mostly learn to share and play and be away from their parents and home. (I didn’t let my girl join a playgroup as I was taking care of her and she played with kids almost every day.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind when picking a school for your kid:
They may or may not be too much concerned.