preschool: 2-years-and-9-months to 5 years, usually divided into groups by age op
When to start infant care feel that your child is safe, happy, and treated with respect and affection. Think about what will make your child feel comfortable. Some children need small, quiet groups. Others do better in larger groups with lots of activity. You are the best judge of your own child's needs. Talk to the providers you visit about your child's personality and needs. Remember, too, that your child is growing and changing, and will have different needs in the future. Although it is impossible to anticipate all of these needs, thinking about some of them can minimize the number of changes you might have to make. Forming attachments with their care-givers is important for children, so consider your tions carefully before making a change.
kindergarten: 5 to 6 years
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