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Education

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  1. How old was she when she first went to preschool?

  2. Describe the school. What was its name? How many students attended? What did it look like inside and out?

  3. What were a typical day's activities? Painting? Singing? Were there nap times or snack times? What did children learn in preschool when she attended?

  4. Did she have any favorite songs or games? Did she pass them on to her children or grandchildren?

  5. Who were her favorite playmates? What did they do together? Did she have a favorite teacher? Did she keep in touch with these people in later years?

  6. Did she or her parents save any memorabilia from preschool? Art projects or class pictures? What memories and feelings did these items bring back after she had grown?

  7. Was attending preschool a good experience for her? Did she send her own children or grandchildren to preschool?

  8. Was there one specific event from her preschool years that she remembered vividly in later years? What happened that was so memorable?

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