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Asked on 16th July 2008 |
Answered on 16th July 2008:
Ally, as an educator I tend to think maybe this situation is not a good one even though they say they are the best. Simply it went to their head. As a teacher I wish I could pry the parental insight and support out of today's busy parents and you are awesome to want to be apart of that. So, look at the situation carefully and see if you really want you child there. Because the parental involvement and insight into their education is more important than anything else when it comes to your child's progress and if these individuals don't see this maybe they are educated but are they parents themselves? And if they are they should understand your position and respect your opinion and influence on your child which is their student and if they don't they DON'T have the child's best interest at heart.
My kids are too little also so they are not overscheduled and this is the time of year me and my husband both educators are also off so we try to travel but I can say this when we are home for a couple weeks my son goes a little nuts and needs activities since his little sister is too little to play with and it's really hot in arizona right now. So try to plan at least one activity that takes place at least three times a week for socializing purposes. Try your local park and recreation for affordable kid activities in your area.
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on 8th July 2008
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