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What should I focus on now? She is prime for learning and I know she is bored.
Is it time to start writing? Math? What?
She can do all the baby stuff. Colors shapes numbers letters.
Go to the Dollar Store & find some preschool activity books. They have all kinds of activities that involve simple math, money, time, etc. & some reading. If she has a Leap Pad, those are great for reading too. Helping you cook is a way to teach her about measuring & scientific reactions. (chemical change, heat reaction, etc.) Finding a way to incorporate her learning into every day life will keep it interesting. Also, putting sight words on sticky notes throughout the house will improve her reading skills. (If you can put up with the "clutter" -lol :p)
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Answer by Anonymous at 12:15 PM on Apr. 4, 2013
Start with writing her name. Practice name, address, phone number. Get flash cards. Ones with a picture of a cat on the front & the word cat. So she learns to identify words by sight. You can get them at most Drug Stores like Walgreens. They also have the number ones like 4 & 4 ladybugs etc. You can let her look on YouTube at phonics cartoons to help her sound out the correct pronunciation of letter sounds. Have her draw a picture & make a story up with words to reflect the picture. In Preschool they learn how to socialize, share, care for one another. LISTEN attentively, they sit for circle story time. More about behavior & taking care of themselves a little without Mom or Dad. Following instructions etc.
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