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Preschool Age: How to Know When Your Three-Year-Old Child is Ready
by Faten Abdallah   
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Last edited: Thursday, March 29, 2007
Posted: Thursday, March 29, 2007

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Many preschools have three-year-old children attending. Many more parents wait till their children turn four. Some three-year-old children are ready for school.

Are younger children starting school early? Many preschools offer classes for four-year-olds, and now offer them to three-year-olds. Some parents actually enroll their three-year-olds in preschool because some believe it is never too early to start preparing for kindergarten, or other parents want their children to socialize with their peers due to similar ages.Are younger children starting school early?

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Reviewed by Jennifer Butler 3/30/2007
The first grade is the first grade here. Six years old. But why do they call it the same as what fish travel in? That makes me worry, especially since the women around here refuse to dress properly. Getting dressed should involve a decent dress.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/29/2007
Faten, I understand there are many reasons why some parents have bought into the concept of preschool. For some it is with good intent, for others it is for selfish intent. My preference has always been to avoid preschool. I taught my children well and they all were more than ready for kindergarten. Each could read, write, do simple math, tie shoe laces, button buttons to name a few. Always believed it is a parents job to teach and prepare their child or children for the disciplines of school. For me and many that I know, kindergarten should be the introduction to school. Just my opinion.

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