Choosing a good preschool program often comes down to whether that program's philosophy lines up with your own as a parent. In today's post, we'll discuss some of the most common preschool program philosophies you'll come across.
It's certainly true that many children experience an uptick in colds and other illnesses once they start going to daycare or even preschool. But there are things parents and staff members can do to alleviate these health risks.
Interdisciplinary learning is a concept based around the fact that every child learns differently, and thus a well-rounded curriculum that incorporates multiple disciplines and learning styles at once provides the best opportunity for a child's development.
Is preschool right for your child? Millions of new parents struggle with this question every day. With decades of experience running a preschool, we have compiled some preschool pros and cons for your consideration.
During the summer months, it's important that a young child’s learning and growth do not take a summer break. From social skills to self-esteem to physical activity and intellectual challenges, a quality summer day camp for preschool and grade school children can have tremendous benefits for your child's development.