A mother asked: I want my child to go to kindergarten at the age of two, but I think he is too young and often pees his pants and bed. What should I do when I go to kindergarten? I want him to go to kindergarten at the age of three, but the next door neighbor’s child was sent to kindergarten at the age of two. Will it be too late to go to kindergarten at the age of three?

Will you let your child go to kindergarten before the age of 3? There is no doubt that letting children enter kindergarten early can give them a break and more time and energy to devote to work and life. But is this a good thing or a bad thing for children? What impact will early entry into kindergarten have on children’s growth, development and psychology?

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Name: Lingling, age: 4.5 years old, nursery age: 1 year old and 2 months old

Lingling was sent to kindergarten for full care just after the age of 1.

As for the child’s psychological problems, Mrs. duo said that she did not find that she was violent. “Sometimes the teacher complained that he bullied other children, but the situation is not many, threeorfour times.” Her biggest worry is that duo doesn’t like to stay at home. “As soon as he gets home, he gets angry and always quarrels about going back to kindergarten. I don’t know what to do now.” Mrs. duo said that if she could choose again, she would never send her child to nursery again. “Even if it’s harder, she should take care of her child by herself.”

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