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anything out there educational to help kids that are 3 yrs old that arent showing lots of progress?

tell me .. how much was it ?and where do i find it
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ashley_nick30

Asked by ashley_nick30 at 12:10 PM on Sep. 29, 2009 in Preschoolers (3-4)

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  • What sort of progress are you looking for in a 3 year old?
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 12:12 PM on Sep. 29, 2009

  • im sorry , like helping with numbers letters and talking he dont talk very well at all no sntences
    ashley_nick30

    Answer by ashley_nick30 at 12:13 PM on Sep. 29, 2009

  • Have you thought about the early intervention program? its free for kids with developmental delays
    Bjoycassell

    Answer by Bjoycassell at 12:13 PM on Sep. 29, 2009

  • well oct 16 he has doc app going see if i can get him in speech classes
    ashley_nick30

    Answer by ashley_nick30 at 12:14 PM on Sep. 29, 2009

  • but i want to work with him at home too you know being im a stay at mom i could work with him and i do now but nothing seems too work ,, cant get him to sit dwn long enough too do anything
    ashley_nick30

    Answer by ashley_nick30 at 12:16 PM on Sep. 29, 2009

  • abellvalerie

    Answer by abellvalerie at 12:26 PM on Sep. 29, 2009

  • thanks
    ashley_nick30

    Answer by ashley_nick30 at 12:44 PM on Sep. 29, 2009

  • There are lots of free web sites for younger kids. Starfall is a good one for playing on the computer. Also look at papajan.com and abcteach.com for printable stuff. Does your local library have story hour? If not, maybe you could help organize one? When your teaching your son his letters and how to write his name, also have write it in giant letters. It could be with a stick in the snow or dirt, or side walk chalk on concrete. By using those gross motor skills it really helps to cement it into their brains. But no matter what, the most important part is to make it fun. When kids feel like they're being forced to do something they shut their brains off, and then you're just torturing yourself and your child.

    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 1:00 PM on Sep. 29, 2009

  • Starfall.com helped out Sophia so much and count everything you can think of.
    sararsara

    Answer by sararsara at 1:31 PM on Sep. 29, 2009

  • In what areas are looking for help in? There are A LOT of good educational toys out there for pre-school aged children. There's Leap Frog toys, Fisher Price, Playskool, V-tech and so many more. You could find any/all of these online as each company has their own website and I know I most of them there's a link on their main page for educational/learning toys and is usually broken down into age groups. But yeah, to suggest something specific, I'd need to know what areas of learning/development you are wanting for your kids.
    neonds13

    Answer by neonds13 at 2:28 AM on Sep. 30, 2009

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