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#1 of 5 Old 02-13-2012, 10:34 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Can anyone make any recommendations?  I am having a very hard time finding a preschool that works for our family in the Bucks County area.  I really wanted a more natural, simple, play-based program.  We cant afford a Waldorf school since they are almost $6 - $8,000 for the year.  I have found other co-ops / play-based preschools but none are in our area that I know of.  Does anyone have a preschool that they recommend?  It does not need to be co-op, but I like child-centered schools (Friends, Montessori, Waldorf, or one like the Charlestown Playhouse in Phoenixville, PA:

 

http://www.charlestownplayhouse.org/#contact

 

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It may be a bit far from you, but Project Playschool in Elkins Park sounds like what you're looking for. It's child centered, mixed age and teaches conflict resolution. It's also affordable. Here's their website.
http://www.projectplayschool.com/projectplayschool/Home.html
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Thank you so much, I will contact them.  It might be worth the drive!

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You don't say that it's an option, but I know of a lot of homeschoolers in Bucks County.  PM me if you'd like more information.

 

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