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Many parents take admission of their child at the age of two years whiles some starts at age of three or four years. Many parents think to give freedom to their child and they prefer to send their kid after age of three or four years. In case of working parents, they do not have any option and therefore they have to send their baby sometimes earlier than two years. But, ideally it is advisable that you should send your baby to school at age of three. At the age of three your baby gets enough maturities to understand her own habits like if she gets hungry, or need water or go for potty. Some babies can wear their shoes and clothes at this age. Such things are not that much important, but it is good habits if your child can understands well before joining playschool or nursery.

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Jessie Posted: Wednesday, June 11, 2014 11:30:01 PM(UTC)
Hi to all the wonderful moms here...

I never had this problem, I always wondered why!!! Some of the tips that I followed when my child was around 2.6 yrs young are, I always talked with her about her future school, the excitement, fun, playing. And by the time she was ready to school, she was ready by herself and she never cried.

There are a few days where she said, she doesn't want to go to school. And I never made a big issue out of it. I said, alright. You don't want to go to school today, isn't it? But what about tomorrow?? and then excitedly she would say " I will go to School Tomorrow" and she has been true to her words...

It's completely okay if your child doesn't want to go some days...but eventually they will like the school, but always talk positive about the school.

The only thing that I regret about my daughter is that I enrolled her to nursery at the age of 2.6 yrs. (I felt so guilty about it). I would never ever suggest any parent to send their child to nursery before the age of 3.