We feel that children adapt to the classroom environment sooner when their classes meet back to back. By attending consecutive days children are provided with the consistency that they need to help them establish a regular routine and to develop friendships. The children become more familiar with the classroom and what is expected of them. The teachers are able to build on the curriculum while it is still relevant to the child, allowing for easier retention. In addition, it helps to lay a foundation for what will be expected of them in the years to come.
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