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Melissa says although her twins are in the same class, they have their own friendship groups at school and go to different clubs. “They are very. It could free up space to focus on other things. In a season of being overwhelmed, having twins in the same class could lighten your mental load enough to make you a more present parent. Think about it: only one homework assignment to keep track of. Tests and quizzes are all on the same day.
During the 12 years I spent as a classroom teacher, twins were frequently placed in the same classroom. I had an adorable set of twin girls in my first grade classroom one year. They did great in the same classroom, which is one reason why I always planned to keep my own twins together. I saw from a teacher’s perspective how being in the same.
Parents who want to keep their twins in the same class site several reasons. First of all, twins (or siblings) will compete at school regardless if they are so inclined. If you separate their classes, they’ll simply compare what they are doing at home. Should you keep your twins together or separate them in school?
Separating twins in school is a timeless debate that can have very real consequences for your family. There are many pros and cons when it comes to separating your twins in school. While there has been some research on this topic, the decision often comes down to your personal preference. I am a identical Twin I say No No Not in the same class! So many reasons why not to!
I will state number 1twins are to independent on each other and very competitive! It’s a complex life to be a twin rewarding but exhausting! You don’t want to be the twin not as good in a. However, I would suggest that when twins are in the same class that they sit far apart to avoid even an appearance, of collaboration. More on this topic can be found in the journal Twin. Twin Research and Human Genetics, vol. 8, no.
4, 2005, pp. 384-391. Webbink, Dinand, David Hay, and Peter M. Visscher. “Does Sharing the Same Class in School Improve cognitive Abilities of Twins?” Twin Research and Human Genetics, vol. 10, no. 4, 2007, pp.
573-580. Related Articles. 5 Steps To Advocate For Your Child In School. When it comes to multiples starting school, the main question every parent has to consider is “should they be in the same class, or should they be separated”. These are the reasons that we decided to keep our twins together for the first year of school.
“Yes” Alanna McGinn, mom of two. Before my kids, Lila and Duncan, were even out of diapers, I was fielding the question every parent of twins is asked endlessly: “When they start school, will you keep them in the same class?” While my husband and I understand the reasons twins are often separated, my gut has always told me to keep them together—and that’s exactly what we’re doing.
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