Although many adults thrive in scenarios that are exciting and erratic, the same cannot be said for children. When children enter their local preschool classroom, parents need to know that there will be an emphasis on habitual activity.
If your child enters preschool with an already established love for books, they'll be well ahead of the curve. Let's take a look at some of the ways that parents of preschool children can encourage early reading skills and an adoration of the written and spoken word in their kids.
Which type of summer program will be the best fit for your child's needs and interests? We hope this fun quiz will help to illuminate your child's tendencies and the kinds of camps you should look for.
According to experts, the cultural representation within the classroom can have a huge impact on the values of young students and even how their brains develop. Here's why diversity is so important for preschool children.
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.