At what age you need to send your child to school, par­ents decide, that is, you! But the ques­tion is impor­tant, so we will reveal some of the nuances!

❓Is the child ready for a new load? Just yes­ter­day, he was run­ning around the yard, play­ing with the design­er and col­or­ing books, and today you already need to sit, lis­ten care­ful­ly and take in a lot of new infor­ma­tion.

👦🏻 At the age of 6, the child’s bones active­ly grow, resis­tance to stress is formed and inter­nal organs devel­op, which means that a vari­ety of phys­i­cal activ­i­ties will bring much more ben­e­fit to the baby. That is, more mobil­i­ty and cer­tain­ly not sit­ting at a desk

This has noth­ing to do with the men­tal devel­op­ment of the child. In prin­ci­ple, by the age of 5–6, the baby nor­mal­ly com­mu­ni­cates with adults and peers, clear­ly under­stands what is required of him if he is asked for some­thing and is already accus­tomed to some kind of dai­ly rou­tine. It real­ly depends on you!

👣 If, due to var­i­ous cir­cum­stances, the baby still went to first grade at the age of 6, try to soft­en the learn­ing process for him. At a min­i­mum, home­work should be com­plet­ed imme­di­ate­ly after school, so the child will have enough time for walks. And it’s even bet­ter to imme­di­ate­ly think about some kind of sports sec­tion

😉 In any case, the choice is yours, we just advise you not to rush and give your child anoth­er year of child­hood!