hey my son is 2 yrs old ... wt would be the right time to put him in playgroup.. and which playschool is best???
normally people admit their kids by the age of 1 or 1/2 year bt as per my opinion..post 2 year is the right age..U can go ahead nd admit ur kid..
better plyagroup... depends where u stays..the nearest to ur home wud now be best for U.
Where do u stay in Hyd? The nearest from ur home and good one would b the best for kid, as they are too small and travelling would tired them... Search and if possible, have opinion from parents whom kids are studying in the shortlisted school...
Best of luck..
My kid is 1.9 years, He is quite energetic and by now he starts getting bored at home. Since we are a nuclear family, he doesnt find much opportunity to play and keep talking to us. I believe, this is why he is yet to speak meaningful words. He blabbers non-stop though. I was thinking of putting him in playgroup for 2.30 hrs a day so that his speaking ability gets improved and he has better options to explore and learn. I have read many a posts in parenttree where admission to playgroup has been recommended in such scenarios. However, someone suggested me to wait till he starts speaking. They think if child cant express their experiences/needs abt playgroup at home, it may have adverse impact. Now, its a deadlock situation. For improving speaking ability, the child needs a playgroup and to admit in playgroup, child should speak ?
Hi, I know it's a catch 22 situation but I'd recommend that you do get your child admitted to a playschool at the earliest. There has been tremendous change in kids after being exposed to a peer group that they've hitherto been unfamiliar with.
When you do scout for the right playschool, make sure that the adult to child ratio is less than 1:10 - you'd want personalized attention for your child at this stage.
And don't worry, your child will cope just fine. You'll have trouble keeping him quiet soon
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Thanks EdifyKids for your views and wishes !
I do prefer the same. As part of my ongoing 'research' in this regard, I am meeting Dr. Chitra @ Center for Child Development this friday to consult further and ensure there are no adverse impacts.
Hopefully, I can close the loop immediately after that. I truly carve to hear my kid speak 'words'.
@Aanchal, Both posts were mine.
@sinha: i know. the reply was for simi13 who initiated this thread