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    Don't Skip The Booster Step: A Guide to Seat Belt Readiness


    Your children don't wear your clothes (unless they are playing dress-up).
    Your children don't drive your car (until they reach an appropriate age).
    Your children don't go to high school (until they finish grade school).
    Your children don't wear your seat belt (until it fits).

    Graduation to a seat belt alone is serious business.

    Your children don't wear your clothes (unless they are playing dress-up).
    Your children don't drive your car (until they reach an appropriate age).
    Your children don't go to high school (until they finish grade school).
    Your children don't wear your seat belt (until it fits).

    Graduation to a seat belt alone is serious business. If you know what to look for, you can accurately check your child for seat belt readiness in your own vehicle. It's more than height and weight, it's a combination of:


    Kindergarten--To Go or Wait: Sylvia Rimm on Raising Kids


    By Sylvia Rimm



    Q. We're determining whether we should send our daughter, who has a September 2 birthday, to kindergarten. I'm interested about this subject especially because so many parents are holding their children back a year for further maturation.

    A.I assume that the deadline for entrance is September 1, and your daughter has indeed missed the deadline. In general, the National Kindergarten Organization recommends following the deadline provided by the school.

    By Sylvia Rimm

    Q. We're determining whether we should send our daughter, who has a September 2 birthday, to kindergarten. I'm interested about this subject especially because so many parents are holding their children back a year for further maturation.

    A.I assume that the deadline for entrance is September 1, and your daughter has indeed missed the deadline. In general, the National Kindergarten Organization recommends following the deadline provided by the school. However, for some young children, holding them back is the right decision, while for others, it can seriously affect their education negatively. F ... Continue reading Kindergarten--To Go or Wait: Sylvia Rimm on Raising Kids.