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Dovahkiin 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 16776 posts
15th Jun '13
Quoting crazy coupon lady:" No, I never said Canadian kids were smarter at all, if it sounded that way then sorry. I just feel ... [snip!] ... does not make kids do better in kindergarten as you claimed thats all. I cant disagree with your statement? Apparently not."


Alright, let me break this down for you.



1. Preschool is an elective educational route some parents make for their children here in America. Preschool is for children aged 3.5-4. Statistically, children do better in kindergarten (starting at age 5) if they attend preschool, though it is not mandatory.
2. The Canadian curriculum for kindergarten (age 3.5-4) is the same (or similar) curriculum for American preschool (age 3.5-4). When five year old American children are in kindergarten, five year old Canadians are in grade one, though, just like with preschool/kindergarten, the curriculum is the same.



Does that make sense now? We just call it different things.

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
15th Jun '13
Quoting Dovahkiin:" Alright, let me break this down for you. 1. Preschool is an elective educational route some parents ... [snip!] ... like with preschool/kindergarten, the curriculum is the same. Does that make sense now? We just call it different things. "



I never said that I didnt know what you were talkin g about and I am talking about somethinh entirly different that you dont get at all, so nevermind.
Its pointless to continue.

Dovahkiin 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 16776 posts
15th Jun '13
Quoting crazy coupon lady:" I never said that I didnt know what you were talkin g about and I am talking about somethinh entirly different that you dont get at all, so nevermind. Its pointless to continue."


LOL, alright.