Kinder garden or nanny?
October 3, 2007 6:31pm CST
Did you was like a child in kidergaredn , or did you have nanny?What would you choose or you alredy did for your kid? When I was child I try both.At firt I had a nanny, one old man, where we and my brother went.He was taking care about 5 children and we would all meet together in the same house and play game and have so much fun.I am so often thinking about this time, it was like in farytail.Later his wife died and he could take care of anymore, so my parents put us to the kinder garden.It was great time too, but I just love it much more with this old man, who teach me so much.I still remeber his great house with that nice garden and big Christmas tree, what he used to have every christmas.I just loved taht special care, what he give us.It is different to me if one person can spend time with 5 kids or 1 teacher with 20 kids in kindergardenSo I would definitely choose for my kids to have nanny.If this man would be still alive it would be honor for me to have him like nany for mi kids.
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• Nelson Bay, Australia
4 Oct 07
I went to kindergarten myself and I have also sent my two kids and I am all for it. Children learn to share and they also learn many things that are useful later on when they start going to primary school. Kids who don't go to kindergarten usually lag behind those who did go, or otherwise they are put back, so in actual fact they lose a year.
• United States
4 Oct 07
I went to a daycare when I was little, but then when was time to go to Kindergarden, I went there too! I do not have kids yet, but in this days, they have to go to kindergarden and same time in prekinder to make sure they will get in the school you want, at least it is that way in my country.
4 Oct 07
If I'm a parent, I'd rather have my child go to kindergarten than hire a nanny. I might need house-help but I wouldn't entrust my child entirely to the nanny. Aside from that, kindergarten is also good for helping the child develop social skills with his/her peers. At the same time, it also help your child prepare for school.
4 Oct 07
I have two little children at this time,three years old and one and a half years old. The first one already go to school few weeks ago, and the youngest still in the house, playing with me. I don't have any nanny, and don't have any plan too to have one. I prefer to bring my children to school so they can interact with other children and learn few new things from their teacher and friends.