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I’d also speak to the teachers and make them aware of your daughter’s behaviour and your views. And I’m also with Anon. that kids will pick things up from other kids. Maybe this is a good learning opportunity for both of you..? Rather than passing the responsibility solely on the teachers/ preschool, maybe it’s a good sign that your daughter confided in you to share this new game she’s become part of. Maybe it’s an opp to ask: how do you know the baby is not sleeping? What does it mean that baby is ‘dead’? Who are the bad guys? There may be more emotional stuff, like fear and curiosity, that’s also being passed on and not just parroting talk. These are just some of my thoughts, as mine are still too young for this, but I’m already dealing with stuff my 2.5 year old is picking up from preschool (see my last post!). Good luck mama!