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Old 02-26-2013, 03:50 PM   #26
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Re: Anybody homeschooling a preschooler?

Originally Posted by Ashsmama View Post
Thank you for all of your responses!
I do love having her learn through play. Which is how we got to where we are now. She knows the alphabet and recognizes the letters, she knows her numbers to twenty and recognizes them, she knows shapes and colors, and she speaks well for her age (I think).
I just feel like she's bored. She's always asking questions and wants to know how things work.
I don't want to do a rigid schedule. I was thinking maybe an hour of "school work". Most of the stuff I was going to get her are DVDs and online games to use as her "curriculum".

Once again, thank you for all of the input!
Just take the time to thoroughly answer her questions. Play will teach her everything she needs to know. I personally love but if you're going to use it I would suggest investing in the $30 a year membership. It makes an enormous difference. I agree with a PP about reading as much as you can, and everything you can with her. Anything that catches her interest; talk about it. Have fun, and don't stress about it.
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