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Writing task 2 (an essay)
Some parents think that childcare centres provide the best services for children of pre-school age. Other working parents think that family members such as grandparents will be better carers for their kids. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

Today many parents concern for upbringing of children. Many of them find childcare centres as a perfect solution because of their complete professional set up for kids. However, grandparents can similarly play a major role of care taker considering the records of past family patterns of living in joint family.

Nowadays, busying in earning for paying bills, many parents hardly get adequate time to justify their children's growth. As a result, many parents look for childcare centres like infants and toddlers who can play a big part to fill the absence of working parents. Such centres e.g., place tiny blankets and things with the perfume used by parents sense infants their presence. Moreover, by showing photographs to children of their parents and using many other innovative techniques, such centres remind these children of their parents' love. 

However, to facilitate the transmissions of morals, values and parental guidance, habits many critics claim that grand parents can perform more significant role than childcare centres as emotionally also grandparents used to be involved and can monitor their kids properly in their growing age. Furthermore, keeping time during bedtime and mealtime and performing some household chores together can maintain attachment for grand parents which makes parents fret free. In addition, grand parents always available unlike working in shift for limited hours by childcare centres where parents have to reach in time.

Thus, upbringing of children is a serious issue and must be performed under our own eyes rather than depending upon childcare centre. Hence grandparents can perform such duties well. Nevertheless, parents should also maneuver time for kids in their schedule which is also essential as they can influence more than else. 
 
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