Prior to deciding to Hold Your Son Or Daughter Away From Beginning School


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Should you hold your child back a grade?

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Experts urge that age should not be the only consideration used to decide whether or not to hold a child back. Many young kids are ready to begin school, while older ones may not be. Consider Kindergarten Readiness Tests or Screenings If you’re unsure, ask your child’s preschool teacher to administer a kindergarten readiness screening.

If your child hasn’t built the academic skills she’ll need for the next grade, her school may advise holding her back. The idea is that an extra year will help her catch up. But sometimes your child’s academic struggles are just one factor that the school is considering.

Additional reasons that the school may cite can includ. The decision to hold back your child is a personal one. Think carefully about your reasons for holding back a child and how his maturity stacks up against the kindergarten curricula.

Because you know your child best, it’s ultimately your decision. Whether you can’t wait till your kids are back in school or dread the more regimented days ahead, there’s one thing you can count on: Back to School is always a big transition. Kids who are starting school for the first time or moving to a new school have to cope with the biggest adjustment, but even moving up a grade means facing more. Does it pay off to hold back a kindergarten-eligible child for a year before starting school? By Michael Hansen Opinion Contributor June 16, 2016, at 3:15 p.m.

Does Redshirting Your Child. For children whose birthdays fall right around a state’s cutoff date, that means starting school as a newly-minted 5-year-old—or even as a 4-year-old. Children.

This is especially true if your district has full-day kindergarten or if your child is behind in certain areas. Delaying can give your child time to gain a little maturity. It’s also valuable time to work on social skills and focusing.

Improvements here won’t just happen automatically, though. The age of kindergarteners in the U.S. ranges from 4 to 6 years old depending on lots of factors. Here’s what to know when deciding the right age for your child to start school. You need to check out what will happen at secondary school.

It is not unknown for children who have been held back a year in primary school to find they are put straight into year 8 at secondary, missing year 7 and leaving them right back where they started. “So delaying the start of school by one year for summer-born children is a very good idea, provided that they then start in reception and receive the seven years of primary schooling that all.

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According to Cohen and colleagues, a child is ready to return to school when he/she is able to attend for 10–15 minutes at a time, tolerate 20–30 minutes of classroom stimulation, function in a group setting, follow simple directions, engage in meaningful communication, and demonstrate some degree of learning.

“Encyclopedia of Special Education: A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals, Volume 3” by Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology Cecil R Reynolds, PhD, Cecil R. Reynolds, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen, Ed.D., NCSP
from Encyclopedia of Special Education: A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals, Volume 3
by Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology Cecil R Reynolds, PhD, Cecil R. Reynolds, et. al.
Wiley, 2007

Around the middle of the third year, however, a secure child begins to become confident enough to increase time and distance away first to half-days and later to whole days.

“A Secure Base: Clinical Applications of Attachment Theory” by John Bowlby
from A Secure Base: Clinical Applications of Attachment Theory
by John Bowlby
Routledge, 1988

In most cases, even when homeschoolers don’t finish a year, then start their child in the next grade the following September, their children do just as well academically.

“Unschooling To University: Relationships Matter Most in a World Crammed With Content” by Judy L Arnall
from Unschooling To University: Relationships Matter Most in a World Crammed With Content
by Judy L Arnall
Judy Arnall, 2018

As early interventionists, we likely will feel it crucial to protect this child in the best way available, so we might accept him into the preschool classroom a few months before he turns 3.

“Speech-Language Pathologists in Early Childhood Intervention: Working With Infants, Toddlers, Families, and Other Care Providers” by Plural Publishing, Incorporated
from Speech-Language Pathologists in Early Childhood Intervention: Working With Infants, Toddlers, Families, and Other Care Providers
by Plural Publishing, Incorporated
Plural Publishing, Incorporated, 2017

Parents can take the child to visit the school about a month before school starts, introduce the child to the teacher, and let the child experience the classroom firsthand.

“Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book” by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson
from Wong’s Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book
by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Answer: 4 Rationale: After heart surgery, the child should not return to school until 3 weeks after hospital discharge, at which time the child should go to school for half days for the first few days.

“Saunders Q&A Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book” by Linda Anne Silvestri
from Saunders Q&A Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book
by Linda Anne Silvestri
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Preparation for the transition from home and/or daycare to preschool and onto school begins well before the first day and continues well beyond the day a child first walks through the school gates.

“Handbook of Parenting and Child Development Across the Lifespan” by Matthew R. Sanders, Alina Morawska
from Handbook of Parenting and Child Development Across the Lifespan
by Matthew R. Sanders, Alina Morawska
Springer International Publishing, 2018

Some children remain at home with their caregiver until mandatory kindergarten, some attend preschool prior to kindergarten, and some may experience daycare from infancy onward.

“Interprofessional Care Coordination for Pediatric Autism Spectrum Disorder: Translating Research into Practice” by Maryellen Brunson McClain, Jeffrey D. Shahidullah, Katherine R. Mezher
from Interprofessional Care Coordination for Pediatric Autism Spectrum Disorder: Translating Research into Practice
by Maryellen Brunson McClain, Jeffrey D. Shahidullah, Katherine R. Mezher
Springer International Publishing, 2020

I have not sent my children to school as yet, as they are acclimating, and I thought it best to wait till they got quite well.

“Slave Testimony: Two Centuries of Letters, Speeches, Interviews, and Autobiographies” by John W. Blassingame
from Slave Testimony: Two Centuries of Letters, Speeches, Interviews, and Autobiographies
by John W. Blassingame
LSU Press, 1977

My youngest girl has one year left before she’s off to full-time school.

“AARP The New Retirementality: Planning Your Life and Living Your Any Age You Want” by Mitch Anthony
from AARP The New Retirementality: Planning Your Life and Living Your Dreams…at Any Age You Want
by Mitch Anthony
Wiley, 2011

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  • You need to get his clothes and his lunch box when he get up in the morning He need to give him a �� fix his breakfast and his comb his hair put a hair spray water bottles milk are juice are water

  • Lovely �� video with great ���� tips. My little boy starts reception this time too but luckily he has being attending the nursery that is inside the school and has being wearing a uniform so fingers crossed he should be ok ���� good luck for your little one ☝️ xxx

  • As a mother of two, a girl who is 7 and a boy who is 3. Ive have been so drawn to your videos, they are so amazing, and very helpful to have different ideas. You are a wonderful mother. You have definitely inspired me in a many ways. So thank you for uploading that first video of breastfeeding. Lol. ��������

  • You got any tips on potty training my sister is 4 in September and will go nursery but she isn’t potty trained she doesn’t like wearing knickers at all but wants to go nursery thank you.

    actually this article i very important to us because the same think in this video in here topic and i support any one howaread it bc is so good

  • Awww good luck to caleb on his first day. I cried for about 3 weeks after my youngest son started reception because i was home alone and the house was so quiet. Good tips from you aswell i will probably be an emotional wreck when my twins start school but their only 20 months now so we got a while yet lol


  • I was waiting for this lol xxx great tips you are so right about giving them the responsibility of dressing etc. Transitions are key and my sons school gave him a book with pictures of his class and coat hook / toilets etc. A routine is key and Getting organised. Would love a vid on organising paperwork / lunches and any tips on after school as this can be challenging for parents xx

  • Aww Emily ur a perfect parent, though I’m a mum of 11 year son n 6 year daughter, there’s so much new to learn frm ur videos, particularly this one, that’s why I like ur channel,these little things u share with us seems little for us but big deals for our children to handle in schools n ur having solutions for every little thing, thank you dear����

  • I’m a Reception teacher and it’s so refreshing to hear a parent like yourself understand what will help your child when starting school. Thank you for sharing and good luck to Caleb on starting school (and to you, it’s always scarier for the parents than the children)!

  • What a smart hack to teach a child to put his jacket on, I’ll try it with my twins, thank you. That’s a very good point when you talked about getting jackets with few buttons or a zipper ������

  • Love the video really helpful!! Also will you be making a back to school morning routine of a mum like last year? (Currently watching last years now lol) xx

  • Thank you so much for this video!! My 4year old just started school on Monday and I bought him a really cute Lego lunchbox, but I just now realized there’s no way he is able to open it on his own��. thanks for bringing this to my attention!!! ����������

  • Why am I watching this. Im in highschool. For real though Emily I do enjoy your videos even though I dont plan on being a mom for quite some time.

  • Good tips ���� we played school this morning to practise putting on and taking off shoes, opening the lunch box and walking in to classroom! It went down a treat because I let my LG put on her uniform and school bag etc

  • Do not len you children at school because Yemeni pipul days and we steal are going to school stop lec go to school 2001 plus stoppp

  • Great video sorry I’m late it didn’t come up �� I also have a video suggestion it would be great if you could do what you wash the boys with and what you use to wash yourself and what you would recommend that doesn’t doesn’t irritate your boys skin that would be great ❤♥️ xx

  • Omg Emily I love how you reinforce to label everything I will make sure to follow every step whenever my baby boy starts school:) ������

  • I don’t think there is a primary school teacher who wouldn’t agree with your amazing advice! I am a reception teacher and you have it spot on with how good it is for the children to be as independent as they can. It is great for their confidence. I hope Caleb has a fantastic start to school and with an amazing mum like you I’m sure he will do really well.

  • THIS RIGHT HERE is what every school needs. Punitive, zero tolerance policies are ineffective, cruel, make children suffer, & contribute to the creation of monsters. As a teacher, I am so impressed by the blonde teacher in the documentary. She is not just an exemplary professional, but, a fine human being, as well.

  • There will be a lot of home schooling come fall! We can’t really trust kids to protect themselves by cautiously distance & wear their mask, they’re kids…The Governors of all these keep flirting with the idea to send kids back school this fall, it will not turn out good!

  • Sun cream! I was so shocked to learn my son had to apply his own suncream in reception. He has a mini bottle in his book bag that he’s now a pro at ��

  • My mum gave us a password that a grown up had to say to allow them to pick us up from school. We knew that if they didn’t have the password then we weren’t to leave with them.

  • Emily, from a teachers perspective, those tips are great. Encouraging independence before starting school will definitely help make the transition easier.

  • Thank You for caring, for listening, for holding children responsible and for teaching them HOW to be responsible, caring, how to identify and acknowledge there emotions appropriately, for rewarding them and being patient for acknowleging set backs as set backs on a journey forward, for being their port in the storms of their lives and for rewarding and acknowledging the parent who have struggled forward to also become better persons. and parents. Thank You

  • SOOO glad you did this video. My eldest Leo is starting school in September and I have been lost!! I don’t have a lot of mum friends so you tube mommy’s are my lifeline for things like this. THANK YOU! Good luck Caleb �� xx another quick question, how are you coping with him starting school emotionally?, I’m an anxious mess ��! Xx

  • This is brilliant I work in a pre-school and this video would be amazing to show the parents of the school leaver children! The only other suggestion we give is encourage your child to carry their plate to the table to practice if they have school dinners, they’ll have a lot of friends to navigate around and carrying a lunch tray can be challenging! I love what Anna saccone joly does too she puts a funky napkin in her kids lunch boxes �� I would have lived that as a child. Great tips Emily will recommend your video xx

  • I’m really surprised that the focus of the children’s behaviour are diagnosis’s, no mention of parenting. If the right thing isn’t happening at home there’s no way it will happen at school. Where else would they learn to speak like that? Very sad.

  • I was teaching primary 1 last year and I recommend Jack Hartmann’s counting and rhyming videos as well as Jolly Phonics great videos that kids enjoy and encourages their learning as well!

  • Love this video!! Do you have any tips for starting Jackson? My daughter is the same age and will be starting nursery 2 days a week in September here in the U.S.

  • My late mom in law used to be a teacher, a long time ago, before the concept of “nurture rooms”. They sent her all the “difficult” children those who, in today’s world, would have been put on Ritalin. She managed to calm those terrors down, and get them to accept order and structure in their world. She always said that the children’s behaviour was like a film of what is happening at home. Some poor children have no alternative than turning out as terrors. (BTW, I have no problem with kids taking medication, as long as you know it is not a problem being caused by inept parents.) I have the GREATEST respect for the teachers in this programme.

  • Don’t let these people manipulate you the pandimic flu of 1918 acted this same way elders first wave 2nd wave was children and up this is history repeating

  • I’m a firm believer in everything happening for a reason.
    I’ve been watching your videos since your name tag when you were pregnant with Jackson. I’m not a parent nor am I married so I thought it was strange I was drawn to your videos.
    Recently I’ve been placed as the legal guardian of my nephew and I have been binge watching your videos and they’re helping so much! Especially this one!
    Thank you so much Emily! Love all the way from New York!

  • My eldest starts school next week. Eek ��Thanks so much for making this video and the tips as well. I already have labels and most of the uniform but the hacks/tips have been invaluable.

  • I love you emily. Addicted to your videos since I discovered you when I was pregnant with my 3rd baby. She’s 9 weeks now and tbh most days I feel I am winning at life. That’s down to you. You are so inspiring, motivational and practical. You put out amazing videos and your positive energy and smile really makes me and I’m sure others feel we can do anything. What a beautiful family u are ��

  • I’m totally moved by this innovative approach to help nurture those children that need a little extra help to settle in to their school role
    The dedication and professionalism shown by the teacher is truly amazing
    I’ was a teacher for 25 years and I relate to how proud she is of her achievements with these young children
    It’s a wonderful feeling when you see the children flourish and it’s obvious that she has enabled these children to become valued members of society as evert child matters

  • How about applying common sense to this and when all those lazy MP’s go back to parliament then you know it’s safe to go back to school. Why has no one suggested this?

  • I commend the teachers patience for dealing with such highly undisciplined children.������They are dealing with whatever these babies are bringing with them from home. So teachers are definitely UNDERPAID in my opinion. ��

  • If your child is crawling around the class room and can’t pay attention to the teacher….there is a good chance your child might be deficient in minerals such as iodine and selenium. Most people don’t realize that many children suffer with ADD and ADHD… from not enough good iodine that comes from kelp in their diet. I posted a video, Iodine and Cancer…What they aren’t telling you…by Felicia McCarron..too much info to list. Lifelong iodine deficiency also causes premature aging and cancer etc etc etc….if a mother doesn’t have enough iodine when pregnant…the child will have ADHD and a lower IQ etc. iodine deficiency is the number one preventable cause of mental retardation and deafness on the planet ��

    but I think the home life also needs to be examined? Is it chaotic? Is the child being abused? Is the child getting enough good sleep or food when their at home???

  • My first born is starting kindergarten here in Canada in September and I’m excited and so anxious as well. He is a smart boy and sociable but you just worry if he will make a friend, feel welcome, will the teacher comfort him when he is upset or hurt, etc ��. I’m gonna miss my little buddy for sure….he’s the one person I talk to all day long ��. Great tips and good luck Caleb!

  • Thank you for sharing this!
    I see the love of JESUS CHRIST shining through —(not religion). This may be a major turning point in their entire lives.
    Years from now they will look back and want to thank youso, THANK YOU ON THEIR BEHALF. GOD REWARD & Bless YOU❣️��������

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  • 13:20 why doesnt the teacher just ask him why is he staring? instead she just tries to ignore it just ask the kid whats the matter?? he has a mouth ust needs to be encoraged to use his words and the teachers too

  • I’m in Texas a hot spot here in July and their pushing to reopen. Nope, I have five kids and we have immune issues. I’m not risking this. Here the government cares more about the money than our lives.

  • Feeding children who may possibly not get enough to eat at home, while simultaneously teaching them table manners. Brilliant! ����

  • There must be some very frightening things going on at home for many of these children. Kids learn trust, kindness, empathy, boundaries and healthy relationships at home. These teachers are angels.

  • why don’t we hear more about teachers like these why do only hear the bad side of them? it gives all teachers a bad name and makes people think they don’t care for the children i know a lot of teachers who care for children

  • I cannot just finish watching this and not leaving a comment., wow these teachers they are the ones shaping these childrens im am so greatfull and thankfull for their patience and dedication building changing these children.,Godbless them ����������., that was inspirational

  • Jamie almost reminds me of myself.. Especially so nice I. Also had an awesome teacher whom would often try to get me to play with others and even made similar play offers including herself participating..

  • I feel very bad for these children as well as the teacher. There are very REAL reasons why these kids act up, something is very wrong in their little lives

  • A friend of a friend is a teacher and these are the questions she thinks need answered before schools open.

    • If a teacher tests positive for COVID-19 are they required to quarantine for 2 weeks? Is their sick leave covered, paid?

    • If that teacher has 5 classes a day with 30 students each, do all 150 of those students need to then stay home and quarantine for 14 days?

    • Do all 150 of those students now have to get tested? Are they happening at school? How are the parents being notified? Does everyone in each of those kids’ families need to get tested?

    • What if someone who lives in the same house as a teacher tests positive? Does that teacher now need to take 14 days off of work to quarantine? Is that time off covered? Paid?

    • Where is the district going to find a substitute teacher who will work in a classroom full of exposed, possibly infected students for substitute pay?

    • Substitutes teach in multiple schools. What if they are diagnosed with COVID-19? Do all the kids in each school now have to quarantine and get tested?

    • What if a student in your kid’s class tests positive? What if your kid tests positive? Does every other student and teacher they have been around quarantine? Do we all get notified who is infected and when? Or because of regulations are parents and teachers just going to get mysterious “may have been in contact” notices all year long?

    • What is this stress going to do to our teachers? How does it affect their health and well-being? How does it affect their ability to teach? How does it affect the quality of education they are able to provide? What is it going to do to our kids? What are the long-term effects of consistently being stressed out?

    • How will it affect students and faculty when the first teacher in their school dies from this? The first parent of a student who brought it home? The first kid?

    • We are choosing to put our teachers in danger. We’re not paying them more. We aren’t spending anywhere near the right amount to protect them. And in turn, we are putting ourselves and our kids in danger.

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  • Without this wonderful woman (the kind blonde) some of these children would simply be left behind and would be considered a menace!!!!! She is so good a patient with the children!!!! God Bless her in all she does to help children!!!!!����✝️����✝️����✝️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • The first mum said she gave her kids everything,but forgot to mention love,affection and attention.when parents talk and behave badly especially in privacy,the children will copy.

  • This is an amazing concept I wish more school districts would have available. I also think it might be a great place for autistic children to go as well. It seems to incorporate alot of the sensory elements. I also what to say how wonderful of job these Teachers are doing!

  • Amazing video! Please please please share more videos like this. I’m new in Uk and my child is about to start school and I’m learning new things everyday. This video was a massive help. Thank you Emily as always ������

  • God only knows what terrible things these young children have been through in their short lives. ����. Love these amazing teachers.

  • I don’t think the poor teachers know how to handle theses kids very well. They talk to much to them nstead of playfully and body language attract their attention first.

  • The virtual learning is set up during times most parents have to its like you have no choice to send them to school because they are to young or unwilling to log in to do live streams at certain times in the day…which requires adult help…and most parents will have to work during that time.. Smh

  • Brilliant ideas. As a retired Primary School Teacher I love your positivity and you’re parenting. I’m sure Caleb will have a smooth transition into his new class. Great work ����

  • This little boy travels through different universal dimensions. With the right environment and pure love he will be able to accomplish great things ����

  • this is sooooooooooooo beautiful…teachers do miracles..they believe in kids and with their magical way make them fly!how can i speak with the school??ASAP! I am curious what the “blue” room has inside and calms children…and i also want to know if these lovely kids corporated due to maturity, due to their own space in class and with this AMAZING HELP OF GIVING TIME AND LOVE without meds?

  • Oh man, when Jason’s mom cried because they gave HER a certificate, I wanted to cry too. Who knows what her childhood looked like?

  • This is such a good movie. What they get there will help them for life. The children are helped to integrate into school. If children are treated well like this they will have a far greater chance of developing. The teachers never give up on them and act as halfway between parent and teacher.

  • This is the 2nd time iv watched this, i think every school district should have a Nurture Room Program for elementary aged kids! And it would be an absolute bonus if they all came with teachers like that amazing one in that program!!
    I also wanted to comment on the sweet way they included jasons mom by giving her an award, iv gotta admit i got a lil’ teary eyed lol it was heart warming to see the teachers support his mother like that!!!

  • Before retirement, I worked with special needs children in a elementary classroom setting. Schools are absolutely not ready to re-open in mid May. I am not even sure school are ready to re-open even in September. Parents should be really watching in the situation in August, and in September, they should wait for 2 weeks after school re-pen to decide whether they feel safe to send their kids to school. How can kids know how to keep the social distancing? School buses is another high risk issue to consider.

    The situation in Hong Kong is getting a lot better. Education department even having the grade 12 students doing the diploma exams with seating 2 meters away each other. The government is training the prisoners to produce masks for the students, getting ready for them to go back to school in September. This is a pretty smart plan.

  • Children are on loaner to the school for a short while throughout the day, but the issues most of the time stem from deep in the home, and society is quick to put a mental diagnosis on a child when a lot of the time children needs exactly what these Teachers are giving them even tho it seems difficult. A lot of these children have learned at home… the only way for parents to give attention is behaving in a negative way, so negative behavior becomes their norm. ( to young minds negative attention is better than none at all ) in there eyes. But it’s all most impossible to find wonderful teachers as these who pertains to each child’s needs and not give up on them. I love how the Teachers helped Jordyn with self-esteem issues. Hats off to all these Teachers ������ beng taught thru positive enforcement & praise Consistently for good behavior you start to see a totally different child SHINE!!!!

  • The key is to not force children but rather to convince them. Bad behavior is a defense against force. Children shouldn’t be forced to go to school, if they don’t want to.

  • This seems like the most brilliant educational model for workimg with kids who are not typical and have different needs. It should be funded well amd rolled out nationwide.

  • When you look at how the mum reacted to getting that silly certificate, you realize that, once upon a time, she was that little kid who was hurting and desperately needed support, just like her son is now. Except, unlike her son, she never got that support, so ended up growing up with these issues and passing them on to her kids. I’m glad that Jason is getting that step up while he’s young, so hopefully the cycle can end:)

  • I’m so surprised that none of the teachers in the comments have picked up the phonics point. I work with preschool children in a nursery and we’re no longer allowed to do phonics with them as they’re not supposed to learn them until they start school now!

  • I would love to see a follow-up on these kids. They all did so well and the teacher’s had so much love and respect for these children, they do amazing work each and everyday.

  • hi my name is jadelis im using m sister computer i have stayed back and i need to repeat 8th grade im stressed and scared that im gonna be the one sitting in a chair and watching all my friends gradguate holding hands with a happy smile being succesful i need help how to go to 9th grade without repeating 8th

  • So eg the boy says: I am going to be shy and the teacher says “you are not going to be shy” but this is not proper engagement. The teacher could react by validating that he will be shy and make funny things to break his shyness. Eg shutting her eyes really hard and start having fun.

  • Covid is a deep state operation to get rid of Trump and make citizens totally dependent on government for their every thought. Obviously the results will speak for themselves. Make Liberals Cry Again Trump 2020!

  • All children seem to need this nurture environment. Perhaps all classrooms need to be designed this way and we may see less anxiety and opposition from our kids. This teacher amazes me, she is wise, kind, and full of patience. What a professional.

  • I love how they try to help people, they do an awesome job.
    I was one of those kids who had a hard time interacting with other children in school. It was just too much for me, too many kids in one building. So I was excluded and picked on by other children. Later on, I developed severe anxiety and some kind of depression, and all that time the school was like: Well, bad for you, guess there’s no degree for you, then. (Although there was one amazing teacher trying to help)
    Luckily, I somehow managed to find my way out of all that����
    Wish there would have been more help for kids like me.

  • There’s a special place in heaven �� for teachers ��‍�� ��‍�� like this! God bless them & the children whose lives they change ����

  • I think most children don’t know to express themselves. And that makes them angry. I hope for them that they learn it and can be happy

  • People think It’s all about the kids. It’s really not. We have staff. Some staff are elderly and you know elderly people are at higher risk for the coronavirus. There is like 1000 kids at some schools. Who gonna make sure they all social distance and keep there masks on.

  • I wish there was something like this at my school when I was a kid. My social skills were not great and really struggled with relating to other kids. The teachers reacted negatively and that made school even harder, and my parents probably thought I’d grow out of, it so nobody did anything. I’m in my thirties now and still struggle in social situations, although as an adult I’ve worked hard to improve over the years. I just think that if something like this was available to me, my teens and twenties would’ve been a lot easier.

  • I’m no parents, but I’m not optimistic about this. I’m more focus on the kids with underling conditions that maybe fatal for them hence given by the Doctor, She claims to have no substantial evidence towards that. Doesn’t seem promising…

  • NO kids will not be safe. I just read in UK that a child was taken “kidnapped” by the school and parents were not being told were the child is!!!! social services and school saying the child showed symptoms of covid.


  • I love that you made this video. It’s such a helpful one and I’ve not seen anything else like it online and of course you explain everything so well. Your such a great mum and an excellent role model. Love your content ❤❤

  • You gon send your kindergartner to school with a Spider-Man mask and he’ll come back to home with a Batman mask bc he traded masks with his friend at lunch. The whole school will be shut down the next day.

  • experts shepberts. these as*hats dont have a clue and figure neither should you. Here in the states the schools knew physical classes werent resuming and waited to the last minute to inform the parents. 50 million kids with no school for a disease that kills.002% I say hell to the no. I am Mad as hell and I am Not gonna take it anymore.

  • Trust Me, KIDS ARE Dang SMART Im done with 3rd grade now going to 4th grade ehh mah Mom said “I will pray for you and do Fasting then you will be safe “Cause staying home aint giving kids Education Srsly we starting aschool first Remotely

  • The teachers working with these children are amazing, they truly see the kids as amazing young people with a ton of potential. As a Mom of an autistic boy, teachers like this are a godsend. Thank you to all the teachers who see the child behind the behaviour and stay calm and consistent to help them.

  • In populations with low virus occurrence (like children for example), most positive results will be false positives. that’s an indisputable fact. Research Bayes theorem and the false positive paradox. Take Econ 405 at Michigan if you don’t believe it. Without knowing the specific test, the rates of false positives and negatives and the dispersion of the virus in the sampled population, the data isn’t usable except to instill fear to justify violating your rights. In populations with low virus occurrence (like children for example), most positive results will be false positives. that’s an indisputable
    fact. Research Bayes theorem and the false positive paradox. Take Econ 405 at Michigan if you don’t believe it. Without knowing the specific test, the rates of false positives and negatives and the dispersion of the virus in the sampled population, the data isn’t usable except to instill fear to justify violating your rights.

  • I am so worried for my kids health and safety when school reopens, I pray we all have gotten through the worst and can have a better future because of all we weathered together!!

  • Ya’ll do realize that ur affecting your kids future. It is a terrible Idea. Why would I go to school if the virus could spread even faster on campus. Smh

  • Children are a real gift from god and the father if you really don’t think you can cope as having children is the biggest responsibility ever if you don’t understand this and are just to naive do not have children people should not have children if they can’t care for them

  • nonsense. i currently have covid and i am 14! i have been at home these past few months and so has my family and somehow me and my stepfather got it. another girl my age also got. i think it’s a bad idea to send students back. even with the guidelines, there are hundreds of students, do you think all of them will follow those rules?

  • There is still too much unknown information about this virus to be trying to send our children to school, and using them like they are experimental mice in a lab.

  • I wish ���� would adopt this model of education! The teachers were all very engaged in interaction with the children. Very tuned into each child’s behavior & needs. I also noticed none of them were on their cellphones �� and there weren’t 40 + students to a classroom with only ☝️ very stressed out teacher.

  • no they will NOT be safe!!!! when they go back there will be some kid’s mysteriously come up with covid and the government will go in and take all the children and quarantine them in places the parents no nothing about!!!! if you people are smart you will home school your children!!!!

  • if the argument is that kids are safer at school then home during the epidemic we have much bigger issues in this country then covid

  • After decades of these networks hyping up scary stories to terrify us into watching them, why did we fall for it this time?
    If you’re under 80, you have next to no chance of dying from it, yet people are cowering in fear. How did we lose our spine over such a silly thing?

  • I adore this video but I have one point! You’ve shown his school logo on the bag and uniform and though most of your followers are lovely, there are always creeps out there and knowing his name, full age and school is pretty dangerous!

  • This interview sounds like the government told the Dr. To go on tv and calm down the public…where I live we dont really have a choice and the government is FORCING us to send our kids back to school…if we dont they threaten to take them away

  • You mentioned that in the UK they have teacher home visits they can’t do that in Australia I think it’s a good idea to do that. thanks for all the good idea’s

  • They have a new schedule out where highschool students have to commit to online classes until half the semester. Meanwhile middle through-elementary have a decision, and I think that’s the dumbest thing ever. Half of the kids in elementary won’t even remember their friends. The roles should definitely be flipped. Highschool memories and friends are way more different and important. They can make up for years lost but highschoolers can’t especially if they’re a senior.:(

  • My school is opening in August. They are giving an online or face to face option, based on each semester. Our school is going to social distance, check temperature, but aren’t requiring mask. I don’t know which option to choose because this is my senior year.

  • Very informative video. Thank you so much. I have son (27 months) who is starting nursery in 2 weeks time. Might be you could give some advise what should we pavk for to explain him everything.. You have a lot of experience and it would be very interesting to watch video like this:) thank you so much.

  • Since March, Dr. Richard Bartlett from Midland, Texas has been using an inexpensive safe drug to effectively treat 100% of his COVID-19 patients quickly and easily. The treatment is inhaling a steroid called budesonide using a nebulizer. Dr. Bartlett says many patients experience rapid relief from Covid symptoms after the first treatment. It’s the same treatment that worked in crowded countries like Taiwan, Singapore and Japan who’ve had very few deaths compared to countries that locked down. Therefore, Bartlett questions the effectiveness of mandatory masks, social distancing or a vaccine.

    He explained that a vaccine is unnecessary because the mortality rate is so low and effective treatments already exist. And he emphasized that vaccines would be ineffective because of constant mutations to the coronavirus. “The beautiful thing about the treatment that I’m using is that no matter how many times it mutates it’s universally going to work because it decreases the inflammation. It’s a respiratory anti-inflammatory solution to a respiratory inflammatory problem.”

    Luke 10:27 And he answering said, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind; and thy neighbour as thyself.

  • She’s an expert on what? foolishness. physical distancing among children. Do these people hear themselves. All of them are psychopaths.

  • This is currently my job. I work 1:1 typically with children with emotional disabilities by getting them through the day, accomplishing their tasks and keeping them engaged with their peers and teacher. I am underpaid. The job is so demanding I never feel rested enough for the next day. You never know what to expect when going in. People say I’m crazy. But I wouldn’t change it. Why? Because these kids need someone there for them. I had a teacher of my client tell me they would “probably end up in jail or drop out by highschool”. He said that about a 6 year old. That is why I continue to do what I’m doing.

  • My son is going to head start when school returns. He’s 3 but I really doubt social distancing will be an issue for him. He doesn’t like other kids his age and will play alone or do what’s called mirror playing (playing next to another kid or across from another kid but not with them). Maybe 1 kid he would play with if your lucky but most of the time he runs away from them. Social distancing would not be an issue for him.

  • herd immunity is what Usa is doing, like it or not..schools should remain closed. The leader is wrong, in this case..and the virus is mutating in kids..

  • Test Question people # 1 with a real life scenario. 600 people attended a YMCA summer camp in Georgia where over half of them contracted covid19 including workers.
    What does this say about what should happen to the 2020 school year?
    a. Online schooling, thumbs up
    b. Attend School, thumbs down

  • Maybe this situation will take society down a notch, one of the parents will stay at home-or a grandmother or auntie, etc and people won’t be in such desperate need for schools to re-open. Teachers have society by the short-and-curly’s because every time they strike or close the school for some reason, the two income households are screwed. Teachers know this and they play it as often as they can-leveraging families against the government for better pay, etc.
    Also, since kids are at home getting assignments from their teachers online right now, it begs the whole question as to whether we even need those jails we call schools after all. Kids are better off at home-they don’t have to worry about lice, bullies, getting every virus in the community, mass shootings, teacher strikes, teacher-burn out, unilingual teachers assigned to teach a second language class, English teachers teaching Math, and other bull crap like that.

  • I am proud of parents that are stepping up to be parents…thinking for your family and what they need is important…it was never other peoples control it was ours as parents

  • I used to button up half of my daughter’s school shirt so that she could put it over her head and just do the last couple which would save so much time when we were rushing in the morning. I also bought an elastic version of her school tie until she was older:-)

  • This ain’t gonna work for middle school high school because once that bell ring everybody on the hallway at one time ain’t no social distancing smh������

  • Since I’m putting my son to daycare he’s always sick, cough,fever,running nose.since lockdown my son never Sick that’s why I decide not to bring him back to daycare.