My daughter will be 4 in december. I was just speaking with someone who works at the headstart program in town here. See we just moved back to my hometown very small everyone knows everyone very safe place/area for your children. Back where we were living our child was not going to attend any daycare/headstart or anything around there. Now that we are home its a maybe.
Now she is very social & we are constantly out doing things & not just errands I mean attending events, hitting parks, playgroups, volunteering you name it we basically do it. She is ahead for her age (from what I gather & see from the other children her age). She is starting to write letters, cuts with scissors (two hands but just fine), speech is way above her age group (everyone comments on it & guesses her to be at least a year older then she is), is learing things such as her presidents (yes she is excited about that & asked to learn them all), knows all her planets, knows her town/state/country/continent/planet she livecs on...... plus so so so much more beyond all of that.
My question to you ladies is do you think she will need to do the headstart thing? We are still leaning towards no but I am snagging her a spot on monday just in case we change our minds, our friend said the spots will fill up then if we do change our minds we cant sign up. If we dont wanna go through with it then we can just not go & they will give our spot the someone on the waiting list. What do you guys think? If you sent your child(ren) did they gain anything from it all? Thanks ladies.
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