An anonymous reader writes: My daughter started kindergarten this year and is well ahead of her peers. She can read while the rest of them are working on the sounds of letters. She has the addition table memorized through 10's, while most of them are working on counting to 20, etc. My wife is a certified teacher but staying at home with her, which is why she's ahead of her peers. My wife's concerned that if she continues to stay ahead, she'll get bored, be a discipline problem and drop out (like I did), so I suggested that we teach her something that won't be covered in school. What, besides art, music and a foreign language would you suggest, and why?