Depending on the program, some preschools require three-year-olds to be potty trained by the first day of school, some don’t. Check with your school and then move ahead with your plan.
Rather than rushing out in August to buy school clothes, wait it out until mid-September.
In addition to finding more things on sale, your kids will also have an opportunity to see what everyone else is wearing before they buy those jeans they thought were trendy.
The single most important thing your child can do to prevent illness is to wash his or her hands thoroughly and frequently.
Despite your best efforts, your child is going to get sick, especially during his or her first few years of contact with larger groups of children. But a child’s immunity improves with time.
School-age children gradually become less prone to common illnesses and recover more quickly from the diseases they do catch.
Make sure that one adult waits at the bus stop where young children are waiting for the bus to arrive.
You could coordinate this with other parents in your block, as this is a method that will go a long way towards assuring safety for your school going child.
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