We'll be moving to Metrowest from Central Mass this summer, and I'd like to start my daughter in preschool there in the fall. I'd love a Montessori, but we're on a tight budget and many I've found are too expensive. I'm also very interest in a Reggo Emilia-based school, but not sure how to find that. I'm definitely looking for a multi-aged program with a play-based (ideally emergent) curriculum. Anyone have a suggestion?
I think you'll want to start close to home. Metrowest is a big area! Most towns have 3-7 different preschools, plus daycare billed as preschool. I know my town has several montessori to choose from, as well as cooperative schools, nature based schools, etc.
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