if social interaction is what your after, you could take her to sunday school, the park, etc. or enroll in a part time program.kimmieapples,thank you! i have no idea why they would put a tv in a preschool to begin with. they told me it's only educational, and it goes along with the curiculum. i'm sorry, but why am i going to pay $400-$900 a month for my child to sit in front of a tv all day? she can watch tv at home! i know that there are educational tv programs out there, like leap frog, preschool prep, my baby can read, etc. however, the best way for your kid to learn is not by putting them in front of the tube. it's human interaction that helps those little brains develop. i was appaled when one preschool told me that they turned on the tv for nap time and mealtime! i called the montessori school thinking, "this has to be the one! they will be able to cater to my little genius!" oh, no. i was far from the truth. they have no set curriculum,no structure, and they just let the kids do whatever they want all day. the class size for a 2 year old is around 25 kids with 2 adults. their idea of a healthy meal includes fried chicken, mashed potatoes,creamed corn, mac&cheese, and the worst - fruit cocktail packed in high fructose corn syrup. "you've got to be kidding me!", i told these people. there is nothing healthy about that. my kid eats 4 veggies, and 4 fruits a day. and that certainly doesn't include "creamed corn". the montessori school is the one that told me they would watch up to 2 hours of tv a day. however, every school i called told me they have a tv in the room, that is used every single day. i called over 30 schools, and after that, i just gave up. i knew that my child would get a much better education here at the house, for free!