I would imagine if she did something like this at school she may have been in trouble. Most people would expect that a six year old would know that you do not put glue on windows. Even my first reaction was "Oh No!", but then I had to remind myself that she had never used glue before and I think it was very smart of her to figure out that if you could glue a piece of paper together you could certainly glue the pictures on the window to enjoy. I showed her that we only use glue to on paper.
It is these kind of things that make me think that the pre-school option is a good one. We could then evaluate whether to send her to kindergarten or first grade in the fall. She won't look out of place since she only falls in the 5th percentile for height and weight.
If we send her to Kindergarten we have several choices for that. We can send her to the private school where the girls go. There are only 12 children in the class. There are only two months left however and the children are already reading, so she may feel so far behind, not only with the language, but with what the other kids are doing. The last thing I would want would be for her to feel that she couldn't keep up and give up. We could send her to the public school just around the corner, but the class size is much larger, but there would be some services that would help with language.
I could just keep her home and spend a lot of time with her loving her and teaching her. Please pray for us as we make this important decision.
Meilynn with her Lemon. We were also learning about 1/2 and Lily was learning the color yellow. She now knows red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and sometimes purple.
The Cat In The Hat was still visiting and Meilynn talked me into making Green eggs and ham. I am sure Lily thought were were crazy ti eat green eggs.
The Cat helped Meilynn make a book and do a puzzle.