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Location: Pacific Northwest
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There are 3 things to take into account: the child's personality, the ways the schools are run, and family dynamic.
First your child:
Then the school set up:
Finally there is family dynamic:
Full-day is all that is offered here (9-4), so that's what we did last year. DS did really well with it - even after being home with me for the previous 8 mos. He gave up napping at age 2, and loves to be around other kids and learn - so I think that is part of why it worked out for us.
I really think it depends on the kid. I wonder if you could do full day and see how it goes and then switch to half-day if it was too much?
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