On the last day before Xmas break they are having a Xmas cards day. I've been told it means children exchange cards with their friends. DS started the nursery in October for 2 days a week with very little spoken English. He didn't do any form of childcare and our families are abroad so he wasnt used to so many kids but he seem to be enjoying it. He is going to be 3 in a couple of months. Anyway, what I am trying to explain he is not likely to get any cards as he doesn't mention any friends and nursery workers can't identify them either as he joins in, plays alone a lot and his English is not good enough for older children in the group. Now, it might not bother him too much but I think he would understand that while everybody will gave some cards at the end of the day he won't. I am thinking of sending him with 4 cards for children that have been kind to him and 1 or 2 cards from "friends he will make" written by me with instructions to give them to him if he won't get cards from other children. Do you think it's silly?
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Xmas cards exchange between kids in nursery
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