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Testing into kindergarden? Your thoughts? - 2009 Playgroup

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Old April 13th, 2014, 09:20 PM   #9
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I'd hold her back.

Even if they're "ready" emotionally, or academically, there's no denying their bodies are small and it's hard on them.


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Old July 12th, 2014, 12:55 PM   #10
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Im my state (Texas) they don't do it anyway because school is not required until 6 as a 1st Grader.
Mine was mentally and emotionally ready for kinder. Holding her back would have been harmful. Only you know your child. How does she act with kids younger?- If she is bossy, holding her back won't help that at all.

My brother however was a big baby so my mom held him back even though he turned 5 the same month school began- it was good for him!

I homeschooled for K and put her on the list to test into a Charter school.
I then decided to homeschool for good


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Old August 28th, 2014, 09:26 PM   #11
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We had decided to get one of our kids tested, who turns 5 in September. Turns out our district charges $150 for the test and there's no refund if your child doesn't qualify to begin school. So I opted just to homeschool him this year and enroll him into K next year.

Our state is the same as TX, school isn't required by law until a child turns 6.


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