Education and Learning

age to join my kid at school

1 to 3 years

Created by Divya
Updated on Sep 16, 2016

hi my son is 1. 9 years old.. At what age shall i join him at preschool.. he born on december.. so can anyone guide me exactly..

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| Sep 17, 2016

I also recommend you 2. 5 to 3 years is good time. .

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| Sep 16, 2016

Yes, its absolutely fine. As i told earlier it a personal choice depending on lots of factor. By the age of 2. 5 - 3 he will join in the nursery section and will be lot more independent in doing varied day to day activity.

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| Sep 16, 2016

i planned t join him at 2. 5 years.. is tat ok... ?

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| Sep 16, 2016

Hello Divya. Generally if you will see that play schools start taking the kids around the age of 1. 8 to 2 years. Practically you can make him join. Though there are many factors that governs as to when a parent chooses to make a kid join play school. It is absolutely a personal choice. Living in current nuclear family where the child interaction gets limited to only its parents does makes it little monotonous. One of the major factor for personality development is surely how much a kid interacts and channelize its energy in a positive manner. Play school surely helps to do that. But make sure you make the child also ready for this major step. Talk to your child about it, do take your child to the school and familiarise to the new place. Smoother the process easier it will be for the kid to take this big step outside. Happy Parenting.

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| Sep 16, 2016

actually iam looking according to indian acadamics.. not based on delhi... i need much details than above blog

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| Sep 16, 2016

Hi Divya, here's a blog that may help you-https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/top-5-things-to-know-about-nursery-admissions/215

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