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Title: Is Your Child Starting School This Year? 3 Tips to Help You Out


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Is Your Child Starting School This Year? 3 Tips
To Help You Out
  • Submitted By Diamond Bar Montessori Academy
  • diamondbarmontessori_at_gmail.com
  • (909) 396-8747

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  • Every year many children join the school
    program, but this year is not like other years.
    For one, schools are not opening in September as
    it generally does, but much later. So, if your
    child is going to a Day Care Diamond Bar, CA for
    the first time, here are some pointers to help
    you out.

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First of all, though preschool children are not
that suspectable to coronavirus, still minors
count 8 of all COVID-19 cases in the USA. They
show mild symptoms and often recover within a
week or two, much faster than an adult. But the
danger is that children are often the
asymptomatic carrier of the virus hence you need
to watch your childs health very well before
they join the school. Make sure they wear masks
in public places and sanitize their hands. If
your child has immune deficiency issues, then
tell the Child Care Diamond Bar, CA about that
and take extra precautions.
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When choosing the Montessori for your child, make
sure they are following CDC guidelines about
schools. The guidelines laid down for childcare
programs include a reduction in class sizes so
that social distancing can be maintained, taking
of childrens temperature every day in the
morning and emphasis on the right cleaning
protocol. Furthermore, the staff members and
teachers should be wearing masks and other
protective gears and parents are encouraged to
drop off and pickup while maintaining 6 feet
distance. States and cities have their own
guidelines as well so, the Montessori you
choose, talk to them about how they are following
it.
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Many first-time parents could not visit the
Montessori in person due to restriction and it is
a very important step as that help them teach
their child how to assimilate in the new
environment. To help in that, schools have
started the virtual tour as well as the sharing
of room pictures. So, make sure you watch them
with your preschool so as to make him or her
familiar with the schoolroom. Another great way
to make your child eager for school is, after you
show him or her the photo of the classroom, ask
him/her to draw or tell a story on how they think
that their first day is going to be. You can help
along by pointing out health guidelines that will
be in a place like a temperature taking, spaced
out desks and handwashing frequently. The same
thing goes with their teacher if the Day Care
Diamond Bar, CA provided the photo of your
childs teacher, share it with him or her and let
him/her be prepared psychologically to be with a
new adult for most of the time in a day. Also let
your child be prepared that the teacher will be
wearing masks because seeing a masked adult for
the first time they are away from their parents,
maybe upsetting for your child. The first day of
school can be tough for a preschooler and also
for a first-time parent more so in this year of
pandemic. But follow these tips and that day will
become a sweet memory as it should be.
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Reference
  • Child Care Diamond Bar, CA
  • diamondbarmontessori_at_gmail.com
  • (909) 396-8747
  • Address 23555 Palomino Dr, Diamond Bar, CA
    91765, United States
  • We are enrolling kids from Diamond Bar, Rowland
    Heights, Walnut, Chino Hills, Pomona, San Dimas
    Chino.

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