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1) Let your child know what their schedule will be like. Tell him what time school
begins and ends each day.

2) Ask your child about her feelings -- both the excitement and the concerns -- about starting school.

3) Visit the school with your child to see his new classroom and meet his new teacher before school officially starts.

4) It will be fun and s/he can make new friends.Point out the positive aspects of starting school.
5) Let your child know that all kids are nervous about the first day of school.

6) Leave a note in your child's lunchbox that will remind him you're thinking of him while s/he's at school.

7) Reassure your child that if any problems arise at school, you will be there to help resolve them.

8) Try to have your child meet a classmate before the first day of school so s/he will already have a friend when school starts.

9) Arrange for your child to walk to school or ride together on the bus with another child in the neighbourhood.

10) Find out about after-school activities that your child can join. Will there be a back-to-school party? Can s/he join a sports team?

School Transition Day
For making sure our children are ready for school, we take them to our nearby school John Donne. It is a fantastic school and that's why we partnered up with John Donne. Giving the best to the children at 1st Choice.