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Old 08-23-2017, 03:49 PM
 
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Hi,

I have the first class in our preschool- the 2 year olds and parents have a hard time leaving when their kids are crying. Ive been trying to explain that for their kids to transition and become used to me and my assistants and get used to school and the class that the parents need to leave but I don't know if I'm not explaining it correctly...

How do you all explain to parents why it is important for parents drop off their kids and leave the classroom?

Thanks!


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We phrased it this way
Old 09-16-2017, 04:46 AM
 
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During our open house we phrased it as "in our experience, we have seen children cry when it comes time for Moms/Dads to leave. This is normal. But, for the kids to have an easier time getting used to us and school, please give one last hug and leave. They really do stop crying as soon as you are gone and it helps get them used to us and their school."

This year our parents listened! Hopefully, your parents will get it, too.
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