[2 Children vary widely both mentally and physically. What does this mean for us and our children? When should a child start preschool? There is no clear answer to these questions; ask 10 teachers, 10 parents, and 10 children, and each will give you a different answer. Do you see why there is no clear answer? Because every child is different, and the ideal age for a child to attend kindergarten is completely different for every child.
Some parents will already disagree with us and emphatically state that the ideal age to enter kindergarten is 3 years old. This is because each child is unique, each child has very different qualities, abilities, and strengths, and each child\’s development is very different from the others.
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Let me illustrate with a very simple example. A 3 year old girl who has just started kindergarten is really difficult to get along with because she barely speaks and is not understood. Next to her is another girl of the same age who is talkative and never stops talking. You would think that these two girls are at the same developmental stage. They are not. A little girl, not yet three years old, comes in there and is smarter than other girls her age. [Some girls can change their clothes and some can\’t. One child can feed herself, the other cannot. One child sleeps after lunch; another does not. One child depends on his mother; another does not.
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What we are trying to point out is that while the initial differences may be technical in nature, much larger differences can be found in the psychological development of each individual. In childhood, these differences are often truly appalling.
Every parent knows his or her child best and, from a judicial standpoint, must make decisions in the child\’s favor. In other words, only if they are mentally and physically ready to enter kindergarten.

What kind of children should not yet attend kindergarten:

– children who cannot yet speak for themselves
– children who are not used to being away from their parents for long periods of time
– children who cannot eat or drink on their own
– children who go to bed or poop Etc. [Such a list, coupled with the slower psychological development, would mean that the child is too young to go to kindergarten. [25] Instead of looking at the child\’s age, observe the child carefully and decide slowly whether to send the child to kindergarten at age 3. You know your child best, and you are the best qualified to decide whether or not he or she is ready for kindergarten. If your child needs more time, give it to him or her and think again about kindergarten a little later.