How to Choose a Pre-school for Your Child
You want your child to have a stable future. Without a doubt, one of your preparations for this is his education. Pre-school is your child’s learning center next to your home. And this is why it is important that you send your kids to the best pre-school.
Ask super-moms. You have friends who are also mothers and who are very strict with the quality of education their children get. Ask for referrals. If you have a prospect pre-school, get as much feedback as you can about it.
Research about the teaching methods, school activities, policies, payment options, and school merits. Call the school and ask your questions. You can also ask for an appointment with a school rep. During your visit, you can look around to do an observation of how teachers hold their classes so you can be sure that it will really be the best choice for your child. Ask specific questions pertaining to your child’s needs. If your child has a flair for the artistic, ask the school about its art lessons and other extra-curricular programs.
Practical concerns. How far is the school from your home? Can you afford the tuition fees? Get a breakdown of the expenses one school year costs and see if it fits your funds.
Talk to your child’s pre-school teachers. Maintain a close relationship with your child’s teachers so that you’re sure that your child will be given extra attention. You should also ask regularly about your child’s performance so you can get insights if the school is indeed helping your child enhance his talents, skills, and abilities.
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May 22, 2008 Thursday at 6:19 am