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"what I want my child to achieve"

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colie Fri 19-Sep-08 11:04:35

Ds's preschool have given all the parents a little card with the above question on it. I have to answer this and give it back to them. They are then going to laminate it and hang them on a tree outside.

I need ideas on what to write. Ds has just turned three.

Presumptiously thanking you's for any answers.

slayerette Fri 19-Sep-08 11:08:01

happiness
friends

That's what I'd want for my pre-schooler!

colie Fri 19-Sep-08 11:17:41

Thanks slayerette. I was going to say all I want is for him to be happy. Had also thought of putting "making friends".
Because they have used the word "achieve" I was worried that all the other parents would put down "learning to count" or things along those lines. I couldn't think of anything "academic" that I wanted for him.
Think I will just put down "happiness", which I think he has achieved already grin

MrsMattie Fri 19-Sep-08 15:39:11

To make friends, learn to love learning and to laugh lots.

pagwatch Fri 19-Sep-08 15:41:23

confidence
contentment
happiness
sharing
friendship

rivenhasaparrotonhershoulder Fri 19-Sep-08 15:45:26

I put walking, talking and seizure free. Apparently that wasn't what they were after...

Kathyis6incheshigh Fri 19-Sep-08 15:49:23

'her goals'. Why should it be up to me? (Mind you they are probably a bit mad - things like 'standing on the kitchen table and touching the ceiling'.)

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