Would it be so bad to just keep teaching my daughter at home until she's at the right age for kindergarten? She's very smart and already gets along with kids at the park. Preschool is about $200 a month here and we just can't afford that right now! Anyone know of any sites that offer learning tools for 3 year olds?
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Here are some websites that I have used in the past (listed in the next post).Â I send my daughter to preschool, but purely for social interaction since they seem to teach nothing else.Â The kidsparkz is actually a curriculum written by a preschool teacher that you have to pay for and download.Â I did and I thought it was worth it as it gives some great ideas and each week works in themes which I really like.Â It is basically the entire curriculum she uses in her own preschool.
I also use a workbooks called Preschool in 30 minutes a day (which my daughter loves) and use various other workbooks found at walmart or wherever.Â Good Luck!
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