My youngest just started kindergarten. Here, a child must be 5 before December 31 to be eligible to enter kindergarten. Thomas turns 5 on December 30. I hestitated over sending him because he will be the youngest in his class but I know he's ready academically. He knows his letters by sight and most of his numbers. He's genuinely interested in learning new things. What I think he has trouble with is social interactions. He's still not really good at doing what he's told.
Anyway, we have a meeting with the teacher on Monday because he's apparently been a disruptive influence. He doesn't want to do all his work before playing. He mostly just wants to play. She's been concerned about his age since the first day. This is the first time for full day kindergarten.
I need some strategies to advocate for my child without going mama bear.
Asked by Myantek at 11:39 AM on Sep. 26, 2010 inLevel 11 (549 Credits)
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