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Amazon has School Zone: Big Preschool Workbook (Ages 3-5, Paperback) on sale for $4.77 -> Now $5.01. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks CChoiVA

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  • Alphabet
  • Colors & Sapes
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  • Numbers & Early Math
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your name is poopymcpoopyface!!!!
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Damn I was really hoping this would prep my 3 year old for Harvard
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These workbooks are torture. They're also almost devoid of educational value. They do teach your child that learning is drudgery. That's about it.

And yes, I'm an educator. I have a tutoring center and make quite a good living helping elite children. I just had lunch with former students, two kids heading off to USC and the third to Harvard. These workbooks aren't the way for you to get your kids there.
Umm... so then what's the way to get kids to go to ivy league colleges according to you?
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Damn I was really hoping this would prep my 3 year old for Harvard
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Umm... so then what's the way to get kids to go to ivy league colleges according to you?
Train them to get accepted to the Thiel Fellowship, so they can become serial entrepreneurs and not have to pay $70k+ per year at Harvard.
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Umm... so then what's the way to get kids to go to ivy league colleges according to you?
Pay off the staff!
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these workbooks are torture. They're also almost devoid of educational value. They do teach your child that learning is drudgery. That's about it.

And yes, i'm an educator. I have a tutoring center and make quite a good living helping elite children. I just had lunch with former students, two kids heading off to usc and the third to harvard. These workbooks aren't the way for you to get your kids there.
your name is poopymcpoopyface!!!!
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Thanks OP. I have a kindergarten one for my 5 year old and he loves doing it. Buying this one for my almost 3 year who tries to draw on his brother's workbook so now he can have his own. Great deal at this price.
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IDK what that dude is talking about. My then preschooler did this book and loved it. I thought it was pretty effective. She's now working through the Kindergarten version.
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My 3 year old loves it. If nothing else it helps with motor skills. Maybe the ones for older grades aren't good but this one is good. It lets my daughter pretend she is at school.
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Damn I was really hoping this would prep my 3 year old for Harvard
This one made me LOL thanks
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These workbooks are torture. They're also almost devoid of educational value. They do teach your child that learning is drudgery. That's about it.

And yes, I'm an educator. I have a tutoring center and make quite a good living helping elite children. I just had lunch with former students, two kids heading off to USC and the third to Harvard. These workbooks aren't the way for you to get your kids there.
An educator with the SD handle "PoopyMcPoopyFace" seems really forking smart to me.
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Thanks OP!!
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Umm... so then what's the way to get kids to go to ivy league colleges according to you?
Reading. Studying. Doing. Learning. Working hard. Being born smart.
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