My son's in 4 y/o preschool now. He's been reading since 3 1/2, and the prereading activities they do in preschool are things he knew since he was 2. I worry that in kindergarten he'll be really bored, get in trouble, and not reach his full capabilities. Do schools have advanced reading programs in kindergarten? Do teachers have kids on different curriculums?
I don't think his teacher knows he could read. Should I tell her he's way beyond the work she's giving him? I'm proud of my son, but don't want to sound like a bragging parent, or like I'm labeling him as "gifted." To me, every kid is gifted / talented in certain areas. But I want my kids to get the best education they could get, as every parent does. Any thoughts? Thanks