Most preschools have an age limit for admitting students. They usually require students to be between the ages of 2 and 5. But, this is a fairly large age gap. Every child develops at a different rate so there is no magic number when it comes to sending your child to preschool. Because age is just a number, we want to help make the decision easier for you to decipher. Here are four things to ask yourself when trying to decide if your child is ready for preschool.
1.Does your child show signs of independence?
Most preschools want the children who attend to be reasonably independent. This means that your child needs to be potty-trained. Your child should also be able to take care of some basic needs like washing hands, eating lunch independently, and communicating needs to the teacher. Your child should also be showing an interest in playing and exploring independently.
2.Has your child spent time away from you?
When thinking about send…