My daughter is attending a lovely Reggio Emilia preschool in San Diego, but we will be moving to Virginia this summer for 1 year of graduate school in Quantico. I am very sad to leave our ideal school, and my online research has only found Reggio Emilia schools in Fairfax county, too far north for us. I am considering Montessori, but it seems so strict. My daughter is very smart and verbal so I don't really want to send her to a preschool that is just teaching her stuff she already knows. Any recommendations on how to find a similar approach to learning?
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