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John
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Is it better?

I don't have children yet but i am going to have them. don't know for sure when but someday day it will happen.
i have a question to all of you. i am interesting in kindergartens. are they usefull for children or it is better to leave children at home together with grandparents for example?
and the second question: what is the best age for children to go to the kindergartens? thank you all foe answers before hand.

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Peter
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Is it better?

Kindergartens are very useful for children and for their parents, especially if both of parents are working. But even if not, I think, it is better for a child to attend kindergarten when he\she starts to understand the world and his\her place in it. A child must learn that there are other people, not only parents, grandparents and other relatives. It is very important for a child to socialize from the earliest age, to be a part of society (a group of kids in kindergarten is an example of society, yes). A child must know that there are different kinds of people and there are different types of connections between them. He or she can't learn it at home, among adults. So, I think every child should attend kindergarten. And when.....It depends on parents.

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Max
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Choosing the best kindergarten or school makes sense in the parent's life. hoosing a kindergarten is a decision that many parents find very difficult because it can be the first introduction their child will have to an academic environment. The popular belief is that if you choose the right school for your child, he or she will flourish. But if you pick the wrong one, you may scar your child for life. Use the Internet to investigate local school options. View the school's websites, and read parents' unbiased reviews wherever available. Ensure that the websites are current; if the sites are not up-to-date, it may be an indicator that the schools might not pay attention to your child either. Compare locations and travel time to your home. Remember that you may have to provide transportation or have your child ride a bus to the school every weekday, twice per day. If the school is far, or inconvenient, you need to determine if the benefit outweighs the trouble. Let the kindergarten be close to the home, it will reduce the child's stress.

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Richard
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On the one hand I can agree that kindergarten is the first step for a child to socialize and to make friends, but knowing the system of our kindergartens I would no say that I can trust it more than myself, my partner or our parents (the child's grandparents). I understand that it is fair not for all kindergartens, but unfortunately people who work there are often inattentive to the children, violent and rude. It is better for some of them to deal with criminal in jails than with little children. I don't have my own children yet, I trully hope that when I do, the situation with kindergartens will be different. But now listening to the stories of my friends whose children attend kindergartens, I am a little bit afraid of them and I don't want my future child to go through it

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Steve
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think kindergarten is important for child, it gives child ability to get first skills of communication in society. Of course, children in the kindergarten have own "small society" and they talk each other with their own (not understandable for adults) language ;) but it is first steps which will help in future to develop communicative skills. As for age... there are different groups dependently on age, so you can do it at any age.

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John
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Kindergartens are very important for your children. It is not only the way to care about your child while you are working. It is a good thing to help your child has the good conditions for a good development of your kid.
One more thing is that children can communicate with another children in the kindergarten. It is very well for their development too. But you must be sure that all the conditions are good for your children. Because there are many situations when child does not like such places.

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John
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I have two variants of answer for this question. On the one side, kindergarten is useful for a kid to communicate with other children. They are taught to be responsible for their actions, to make friends, to solve complicated issues at different levels of age and to be a member of the society. But there is the other side of this question. Each child is personality and has his own character. And if there are many kids in the kindergarten there can't be the possibility for them to demonstrate themselves. And also if someone gets ill with children disease everyone in the kindergarten will be also sick. And also it depends on the your child. You may notice his reaction on the kindergarten. If he doesn't want to be there you should find another place to leave your child until you come back.

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John
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Is it better?

Kindergartens are very useful for children and for their parents, especially if both of parents are working. But even if not, I think, it is better for a child to attend kindergarten when he\she starts to understand the world and his\her place in it. A child must learn that there are other people, not only parents, grandparents and other relatives. It is very important for a child to socialize from the earliest age, to be a part of society (a group of kids in kindergarten is an example of society, yes). A child must know that there are different kinds of people and there are different types of connections between them. He or she can't learn it at home, among adults. So, I think every child should attend kindergarten. And when It depends on parents.

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John
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I'm curious-what in hell you need an answer for this type of question now,if you plan to have kids some time in a distant future-at least,that's what comes off your post.It's not that hard to answer,but what will you do-write it down,so you can read it ten years from now? :) Not really a wise thing to do-but hey ,you want it,you got it.Kindergartens...If it's a good one,sure,it's better for the kid to go there-there will be many of kids his age,he will be able to communicate and play with them.And what will he do at home with two old grumps?Play hide and seek?It can be real dramatic in the end,believe me. :lol: So,some 10 years from now,when and if you'll have a kid-send him to a kindergarten. B)

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John
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You know on the one hand I can agree that kindergarten is the first step for a child to socialize and to make friends, but knowing the system of our kindergartens I would no say that I can trust it more than myself, my partner or our parents, the child's grandparents. I understand that it is fair not for all kindergartens, but unfortunately people who work there are often inattentive to the children, violent and rude. It is better for some of them to deal with criminal in jails than with little children. I don't have my own children yet, I trully hope that when I do, the situation with kindergartens will be different. But now listening to the stories of my friends whose children attend kindergartens, I am a little bit afraid of them and I don't want my future child to go through it

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Floyd
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A good kindergarten is not a

A good kindergarten is not a free public or expensive private one. And the one where the child is treated as a person. This is not affected by the presence of repair, nor the number of toys. But the position of the head and tutors is very influential.Before choosing a kindergarten on state service, talk with the manager. If the manager is adequate, you can always come to her with suggestions how to make a kindergarten better, without any special monetary costs."Let's paint one wall in the group with paint for drawing with chalk, and on the other we'll make a convex map of the world from plaster. And on the third - a giant bisi-board. And the stairs in the dining room will be repainted in the rainbow. And here is an English teacher. You can not even enter it into the state, it comes, it does - we pay. "

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