Daughter surpasses learning expectations for preschool
My daughter's preschool teacher pulled me aside and filled me in on how my daughter is doing in class. She informed me that my daughter has surpassed the expectations for a child who is in preschool. Not that it is an issue, but my daughter is only 3 (will be 4 in about 5 months) and I have no idea how to encourage her to learn more. I dont want to seem pushy and I never force her to do anything she does not want to do. She can identify the majority of the letters in the alphabet with a few exceptions. She also is able to count to 100 but she as trouble on a few numbers. She also is able to write her name and begin tracing other letters wonderfully. How do I continue to encourage her to learn more while still having her feel that it is fun and exciting? I dont want to push her to do anything she doesnt want to do, but the preschool teacher also told me to keep encouraging more growth at home that way she will be beyond prepared for kindergarten.