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Getting Your Child Ready For Prep

The beginning of each year is a time of angst for many parents as they prepare their children to start Prep at school. When I sent my first child to school, I was nervous that they would not be able to cope with being away from me every day. However, I had spent most of the prior school holidays readying them for this new educational challenge, and I want to share my preparation tips with you. From getting them used to a daily routine to starting them on the road to learning the alphabet, there are many things you can do at home to get your child ready for school life.


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