Waiting can be hard. I was the same way with my youngest, having already been through several MFW years with my older kids, I couldn't wait to start her with it!alisoncooks wrote:My DD is only 3, but already I am so excited about the future and using (God-willing) MFW with her! This year we are doing some fun Bible story activities (for our special mommy-big girl time). Next year when my girls are 4 and 2, I plan on getting both preschool kits. But I just itch to do it all now! I have to remember to slow down and cherish this time.
Anyway, I have a question that is OT from the title. is there room in MFW's schedule to add in fun extras (or rather, extra fun extras, as MFW seems to include them). Is it worth the extra money or do you feel that MFW already includes plenty of hands-on projects (in the history cycle years)? I know this is super early in my child's education to be asking, LOL, but I'm a planner and we're trying to plan ahead tentative budgets to see what we can afford
Thanks for any comments.
I would suggest getting the Preschool Package this year (makes great Christmas gifts), and then get the PreK Package next year. She is at the perfect age to be teaching the colors and shapes, sorting and patterns, and early number recognition. Those are all in the Preschool Package
Then you don't have to wait anymore And you will be spreading the cost out too!
How's that for feeding the impatient monster?
I understand completely, patience is not my virtue, though I've been tested enough I should be growing in that area