Can someone please tell me why you'd send your kids to a "play-based" preschool? Do people think that "regular" preschools aren't mostly about playing, too, but use play to teach them actual skills? Are play-based schools for kids who have weaker verbal skills? I am genuinely curious whether there is actual benefit for most kids, when all preschools are, in a sense, play-based. My 2YO goes to a "regular" preschool and can spell his (long) name, but does art and dramatics and tumbling, etc., every day. Please enlighten -- I admit I'm uninformed!
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01.03.12, 01:41 PM