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How to choose the right pre-school for your child: If that's the question bugging you, here are 14 tips to help you make up your mind.
How to choose the right pre-school for your child: If that’s the question bugging you, here are 14 tips to help you make up your mind.
Sending kids to preschool is very important as it is an enjoyable as well as learning experience for children. Pre schooling today generally starts at the age of 3 yrs. This will be the child’s first experience away from the home and parents. So choosing the right pre-school for your child is very important as this will lay the foundation for your child’s development.
Here are few points to be considered while selecting a preschool for your kid, based on my own experience.
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