My son is newly diagnosed type 1 at 3 years old. He's at preschool for lunch three days a week. The school staff has been wonderful. There's an administrator who uses an insulin pen for type 2, and several other people who are being trained as well. I'm wondering what other people do for lunch. I'm planning to send in carb counts. But for this age, you really can't count on the kid to eat everything you send. Our current medical plan has us dosing after eating so we can calculate what kiddo actually eats. How does your school/daycare handle adjusting carb counts based on what the kid eats? With all that goes on with a class of 3-4 year olds eating, I imagine it will be hard for the teachers to just glance at his food before and after he eats and remember the difference. I'm thinking of sending in a photo of his lunch every day so they can see the "before." Is that going overboard? Is there a simpler method you use?