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April 26, 2017

Okay, you’ve got an idea about what kind of preschool you’d like to send your child to (read more here). Great! Now what? Warning: reading this next section might just make this decision feel even more complicated than it needs to be, so proceed with caution ;). Here are a few more things you might consider as you decide on a preschool.

Physical environment

People environment

Scheduling

Logistics

Conclusion

Is your head spinning yet? Please don’t make a weighted spreadsheet. Only crazy people do that, and I think it probably only makes them/me more crazy. Hopefully your gut is more decisive than mine and it will be easy for you to make a choice without looking back. If not, then I hope this information was more helpful than overwhelming, and ultimately that you find a great preschool where your child can thrive and that also fits your family’s needs!

If you think of more factors to consider, please share in the comments below!

6 responses to “Starting Your Preschool Research, Part II”

  1. olwen says:

    I think the most important things are: loving staff, safe and clean environment, affordable.

  2. Amy says:

    The good (maybe bad) thing is that we won’t have many options when that time comes for us! We will have to make do with what’s available. I remember going to several preschools, but the one I remember the most clearly was a Montessori and I loved it!

  3. Nancy says:

    Thank you for this!!! Very useful to know 🙂

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