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What is the best Earlychildhood curriclum?

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Childtime --- 1 years ago -

STEM
STEAM
Reggio Emilia
Hi-Scope
Montessori
A Becka
Waldorf
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whatchamacallit --- 1 years ago -

A Beka is the best, by far. Every time I come across a child with exceptional reading skills, they were taught using A Beka. 

FANCY PANTS --- 1 years ago -

A Beka is the best, by far. Every time I come across a child with exceptional reading skills, they were taught using A Beka.?

My vote is for A Beka too. If you want your kid to have great reading skills it's the best. I started out with the 4yr old preK and by the time kindergarten started she could read. Here is a link to their website: https://www.abeka.com/ABekaOnline/DownloadCatalogs/?user=guest 

TinktheSprite --- 1 years ago -

I am not familiar with any of those you have listed. I have been out of the early childhood loop for quite some time. But I have to say back in the day Montessori did so much for my one child to encourage independent and creative thinking to become the fine young college-educated woman she is today. There are many ways of learning one thing and Montessori let her choose the best way for her to learn and keep the creative spirit that comes naturally to her. My only wish was that we were able to continue with Montessori education beyond Pre-School. But she turned out just fine.

On the other hand, my Type-A child did not excel in Montessori. She needed exactness and goals where Linear Learning provided for her. She, too is a successful and happy young woman.

You have listed many ways of learning, I presume. A Preschooler will learn the basics that will hopefully help them motivate themselves further their early education to the best of their ability in reading, math, science, the arts, and social education. Each child is an individual. Is there an early childhood program that addresses the needs of each child? Too bad there isn't. 

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