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You better enjoy em while you can a man says as he passes my son and I playing at the park I know I reply glancing at my son it seems like yesterday he was a tiny baby I wish he wouldnt grow up so fast I have had this conversation with many passing strangers I have always treasured the time that my son and I share And I have to admit he is growing fast Now that teething toilet training and temper tantrums are old memories scribed in the baby book it is now time to start the next volume of my sons lifeeducation Im not talking college just yet Im talking about the foundation on which the building blocks of education is builtkindergarten But now I have to make a decision as to whether to send my son to kindergarten all day or the traditional half-day Despite the trend of full-day kindergarten programs my son will attend kinder-garten for only half of a day Although formal education will be part of my sons early development it will not be a replacement for day care and it will be used in conjunction with the education he receives at home Most of all my son will not attend full-day kin-dergarten because I want to let him be a kid He is already growing up way too fast and he has plenty of time in the years ahead to get an education According to Dianne Rothenbergs research the majority of five-year-olds in the United States today are more accustomed to being away from home much of the day Full-Day or Half-Day Kindergarten But thats the majority My son is part of the minority he is at home for much of the day Since my husband and I work opposite shifts only four hours of in-home day care are needed Economically all-day kindergar-ten would be more feasible because I could eliminate most of my day care
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