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What to Do If Your Preschooler Experiences Separation Anxiety

As a parent, you may be discouraged to see your child dissolve in tears or a tantrum when it’s time to drop them off at preschool. Unexplained stomachaches and headaches, self-isolation during social events (like story time or birthday parties), and refusal to go to preschool are other common signs of separation anxiety. Separation anxiety …

What You Need to Know About Preschool and Sensory Play

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Why is sensory play important? Your curious young child is ready to explore the world around them — every sight, smell, sound, taste, and texture. If you aren’t sure how sensory activities can help your child’s development, take a look at the whats, whys, and hows of this type of preschool play. What Is Sensory …

What Do You Need To Know About Preschool Math?

With a growing sense of importance being placed on STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) learning, these skills are making their way into the early childhood spotlight. Take a look at what you need to know about math, your preschooler, and early learning.

Tips for Enhancing Your Child’s Education at Home

Young children often find that learning is exciting when they’re in the right preschool and early childhood education center. Connecting with their teacher and fellow students can help them look forward to getting to school each day, too. As a parent, you can also empower your children to embrace learning by enhancing their education when …

Your Top Preschool STEAM Questions Answered

It’s full STEAM ahead for your child. STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) is a buzzword in early education — and for a very good reason. If science and technology concepts seem more like college-level concepts than what early educators teach, take a look at the top preschool STEAM questions answered.

What Will Your Child Learn In Pre-Kindergarten?

While many children go to preschool before they enter kindergarten, pre-kindergarten programs can provide a more structured education that benefits students before they enter elementary school. Small class sizes allow children to receive personalized guidance. Are you curious about the curriculum your child will encounter in a pre-kindergarten class? Learn more about the curriculum your …

Toddlers, Aggression, and What You Need to Know

Toddler aggression. Those are two words that parents don’t want to hear. But the good news is that aggressive behaviors from toddlers aren’t abnormal. Some seemingly aggressive behaviors aren’t intentional actions — that is, in your toddler’s mind. If your toddler occasional hits or yells, take a look at why young children exhibit these types …

Helping Your Preschooler to Use Technology Wisely

In 2011 the average child under age 8 engaged in five minutes of mobile-based screen-time per day, according to Common Sense Media. By 2013 this number tripled to 15 minutes. In 2017 the number tripled again, reaching an average of 48 minutes per day. Technology use is a fact of life — even for your …

Developing Motor Skills in Children

Motor skills are among the first skills students begin to learn in preschool and kindergarten. Motor skills come in two varieties: large and fine. Each skill will serve an important purpose in your student’s coming years. Large motor skills are those that allow a child to enjoy physical activities like running and climbing. These movements …