6 Educational, Halloween-Inspired Preschool Activities

With summer gone and fall finally here, it’s almost time to get ready for one of our favorite holidays of the year, Halloween! Candy, pumpkins, and costumes are just a few of the wonderful parts of the holiday, and we’re here to bring you some educational, but still fun, Halloween-inspired preschool activities for your child. […]

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Activities To Help Children Get Back Into Their Preschool Routine

Returning to preschool after the summer break can be challenging for children, parents, and teachers. Even children who enjoy going to school can find the first day after the break overwhelming. Waking up earlier to commute to school, spending more time away from their parents, and learning new concepts in a short space of time are […]

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Incorporating STEM Into A Pre-K Curriculum

STEM is an acronym used to describe four major areas of learning; science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. STEM is built around the concept of integrating these four disciplines and applying them to real-world situations and problems. When incorporating STEM into a Pre-K curriculum, some teachers prefer to keep the four areas separate at first, letting […]

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Hurricane Awareness Tips For Happy Preschoolers

Hurricane season in South Florida generally starts from the 1st of June until the end of November and for parents, with preschoolers, it can be a terrifying time, especially if your little ones don’t understand what’s happening. It’s important that you teach your children about hurricanes and what they should do. Teaching safety to pre-schoolers […]

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Tips To Ready Your Child For Their First Day At Daycare

The first day in a new place is scary no matter your age. It only makes sense that going to daycare for the first time, or going to a different daycare, can be overwhelming for your child. This is usually the first time that they are away from you for an extended period of time […]

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A Guide To Preschool Children’s Speech Skills

Speaking is the main form of communication between children and adults and even children and children. Helping your child with their speech skills can help them communicate with each other and adults. The most important stage of child development is from birth to the age of three, here it is critical for you to help […]

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What Do My Children Learn At Preschool?

The importance of early childhood education can’t be stressed enough. Preschool is what sets the path for your child’s academic success. The aim of preschool (pre- kindergarten) should be to prepare your child for kindergarten, future learning, and to facilitate the growth and development of important skills. It can be considered as the foundation to […]

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Fun Exercises To Keep Preschool Children Moving This Summer

During the summer break, children just want to relax and have fun, but because of the era we live in today, this involves watching TV, playing video games or using some other device that does not require them to put in much effort or movement. This summer, you can prevent your child from spending endless […]

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Summer Camp Boredom Busters For Children

Summer time can be stressful for many parents. Every year, parents need to rediscover ways to keep their children entertained during their summer break. At the start of the break, children are very excited, but this can quickly change and turn into boredom – leaving you and your child frustrated. Planning ahead is crucial to […]

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Is My Child ADD or ADHD And What Is The Difference?

Understanding the difference between ADD and ADHD has become even increasingly necessary as more and more children are diagnosed with this condition. To the average person, hyperactivity is one thing while having a short attention span is another. In more serious cases, these tendencies are linked to childhood development conditions known as ADD and ADHD. These […]

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