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I agree you need to do what is right for your daughter - and it sounds like this class was not the right fit. Sometimes we try to do everything we can to give our kids what the think is best for them, what they will enjoy and want, but we cannot see all ends, and sometimes it doesn't work out.
Please just keep in mind that Montessori classrooms can vary greatly from school to school or even teacher to teacher, too. So while this may not have been a good fit, another school might work great, not that I'm saying you have to stick with montessori or anything.
I'm sorry to hear that the school isn't working out. Both of my children are in Montessori Schools and they are happy. I guess it depends on the child and the school. I don't know if its an option for you, but have you considered Montessori home school? You'll have to arrange playdates, etc to make sure your child gets the right socialization, but it is great from an academic and development standpoint.
Just a thought.
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