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Well,we knew that Emily's Kindergarten teacher lives a few houses down from my parents...she has a six year old little girl,Molly and triplets that will be one yr old in June(one boy and two girls). I guess on Saturday Emily was playing outside at my Mom's and Molly and her Dad walked down and wanted to meet Emily. From what my Mom says the two girls really hit it off and played all day and then Molly came back over on Sunday and they played a few hours again. So I told Emily last night after we got home that Molly's Mom will be her Kindergarten Teacher...then I asked her how she felt about that...LOL...she said "that will be fine with me"...LOL...so I was pretty excited that she made herself a new little friend..and she met her teacher early...maybe take the nervous out of her going to Kindergarten..for me,not her...lol
__________________ Nichole,Mommy to Emily and Ryan
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I know that it was a lot easier for ds to know his teacher ahead of time. dd had her a few years before and since then we had even been to her house, she's a good friend now. ds knew his principal too, even the duty aids!
I believe--That you should always leave loved ones with loving words.
It may be the last time you see them.
That's cool idea. It is really better for a kid to know his or her teacher in advance. A teacher can better understand that with what type of child he has to cop with. All teachers in Phoenix kindergarten are friendly with their students.