According to the article, How Much Does Preschool Cost? published by CostEvaluation.com, it is estimated that the average cost of preschool is between $4,460 and $13,158 a year. Unfortunately, frugal mothers who keep a tight budget often neglect this stage of education in an effort to keep food on the table, fill up the car on gas, or have enough money to take a family vacation.
While most preschools are costly, children who do enroll learn basic motor skills, early mathematical concepts, problem solving, language and vocabulary, pre-reading skills, early science concepts, and more. As moms seek to find a solution, SchoolhouseTeachers.com comes to the rescue with Preschool Playground, an online preschool curriculum parents can do at home.
For just a fraction of the cost of traditional programs, moms can provide their children with the same quality preschool education without leaving the house.
“We know parents view the price of preschool as costly, and we wanted to offer a solution,” says Gena Suarez, publisher of The Old Schoolhouse®
SchoolhouseTeachers.com provides the guidance necessary for parents to turn their home into a quality preschool with its focused learning center, Preschool Playground. For less than a dollar a day, parents have access to scores of enlightening lessons in language arts; Bible; numbers, patterns, and cognitive skills; manners and healthy habits; arts, crafts, and music; science; and much more.
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