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#1 of 2 Old 11-15-2010, 02:25 PM - Thread Starter
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My daughter is almost four... in about one month.  Anyway, she has been going to a Montessori preschool since August and loves it.  My hrs at work have changed so I work at night now and am able to spend the day with her.  I want to take her out but I also want to continue schooling her at home.  She has done so well with it all.  Her teachers have told me that she is one of the youngest in the class and is one of the most advanced.  One of my questions is this, she loves workbooks and such, which ones would you recommend?  She also loves art- music, painting, drawing, theater.  These are my weak points so I'm not sure where to go with that.  Any suggestions?

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I would just suggest getting cheap number, alphabet, colors, shapes, etc workbooks at a dollar store or Walmart.

Maybe there are some local mommy and me music or art classes around or even ones for kids her age.

Preschool at our home is verrrrry relaxed. We do lots of read-a-louds and play lots of games.

There are prepackaged curricula out there for preschool but i wouldn't suggest that. I could never justify spending money like that on things i can get at the library and such.

Speaking of the library, they might have some preschool programs there as well.

Goodluck and have fun!!
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