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christiedonahey
christiedon... asks:
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What age is pre k?

my son is 3 yrs old and way too smart for his own good!!!
i would like him to start pre-k but i dont know if he is old enough. what age do they start pre-k in godley tx., or joshua tx.?
In Topics: Preschool, Choosing a preschool, Preparing my child for preschool
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summarah
summarah writes:
I don't know about TX, but in GA, pre-K starts at age 4. There is a state funded program called Head Start for 3 year olds. I encourage you to get him started right away, because if he can learn social skills and focus, he will be on the right path. I bet if you called your nearest school or county school board, they would be able to point you to some education programs that would suit your child. Hope this helps.
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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi Christie,

Some pre-K programs do enroll three year olds. Contact those in your local area to find out their enrollment requirements. You may be able to use SchoolFinder to find their contact info:
http://www.education.com/schoolfinder/

Here are some additional resources on Education.com you may also find helpful...

Preschool Readiness info center
http://www.education.com/topic/preschool-readiness/

Another JustAsk Q&A that matches your question exactly:
http://www.education.com/question/age-child-start-pre/

Preschool Activities & Worksheets:
http://www.education.com/activity/preschool/
http://www.education.com/worksheets/preschool/

I hope you are able to find a great program for your son, and that he continues to do well.
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Aunty-Sammy
Aunty-Sammy writes:
Surely at 3 he should be attending nursery or preschool?. In the UK children are able to start nursery on a sessional am or pm or full day basis at the age of 2, some nurseries take babies as well!. At age 4 they start school on a full time basis!. So if he can't start Kingergarten yet or pre-kindergarten why not enroll him in nursery/preschool for a year he will benefit enromously from it and if he's bright why not choose a structured one such as a Montessori, good luck.
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