First-Time Parenting 101: What You Can Expect Your Child to Learn During the Preschool Years

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The time your child spends in preschool is important for their educational, social and artistic development. It is more than just playtime, naps and snacks. The skills they learn in those few years of preschool will prepare them for success in kindergarten and beyond. It is helpful for you to know what you can expect from the preschool experience so you can make sure that your child is adequately prepared. The time will fly, and before you know it, you will be enrolling your young one into elementary school.

11 February 2016

The Top 3 Benefits of a Montessori Preschool Education for Your Child

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You want your child to get a good start on their education. That is why you are considering preschool for them. With a preschool education, your child will enter kindergarten ahead of the game in relation to other children who did not go to preschool. They will have basic reading, mathematic, and coordination skills already in place, and they will already be familiar with being around other children. Social skills like sharing and how to have positive interactions with other children and adults will be things they already know when they get to public school.

14 January 2016

5 Tips For Parents To Help Your Child Get The Most Out Of Preschool

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Every parent wants their child to succeed, and many give them a great head start on their educational journey by sending them to preschool. However, simply sending your child off for an extra, early dose of education isn't enough to guarantee that they'll have an easier time in elementary school. Here are 5 tips to help your child get the most out of their preschool experience, so they can go on to have a great elementary school education.

3 March 2015

Why Should I Send My Child To A Child Centered Charter School?

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Sending your child off to school for the first time is never easy, as you are forced to hand over the parental reigns to those in charge of your child's education. In the case of public school, that means subscribing to the premise that state and federal regulations have your child's best interests at heart. Although educational regulations are designed to meet the needs of all children, they are not tailored to individual children.

2 March 2015