1. Teaching Kids About Differences

    Kids are highly perceptive, and equally as vocal about what they see. They’ll be the first to tell you that you look tired or, God forbid, old. They’ll also be quick to mention whenever they see differences amongst other people. If the thought of your child pointing out a person who is different than them is simply mortifying, you’re not alone. It’s common for kids to want to understand th…Read More

  2. Your Child’s First Day of Preschool

    Your child’s first day of preschool is a momentous occasion that only happens once. Celebrate this special day, and make it a great one to remember. Kids are naturally nervous when starting at preschool for the first time, but if parents keep the mood fun they will go into the day with confidence and eagerness. Special Breakfast Cooking your child’s favorite breakfast can be a great way to sta…Read More

  3. Inspiring Creativity for Your Child

    Going to preschool and kindergarten is an educationally empowering and transformative time in the development of your child. They are entering the world of schooling, something that will foster the ability to learn and grow as a student. As important as it is to develop the fundamentals of math, writing and reading, fostering the inspiration for creativity and creative development is an integral p…Read More

  4. Books for Your Preschooler

    Preschool is an exciting and important time for your child to get the fundamental skills that will serve as a foundation for them as they advance into kindergarten and elementary school. Learning occurs in the classroom, but can also be enhanced while at home. In this blog, we’re going to explore some books your child can read outside of the classroom to help enhance their fundamentals of readin…Read More

  5. What Your Preschooler Should Be Learning

    Education standards are constantly changing. With the advances and enhancements that are made in education on a daily basis, it’s no wonder that parents are nervous about whether or not their children are advancing at the right speed. One of the steps that parents and teachers will continue to debate on is whether or not preschool is beneficial. As one of the leading preschools for your child to…Read More

  6. What Age Do Kids Start Going To Preschool?

    As a parent we sometimes forget the critical components of our child’s education. Depending on what type of parent you are, you’re either all too concerned about what your child is exposed to, or you’re finding out along the way that we you are the one that is in charge of determining it. While these are entire opposite ends of the spectrum, and there are definitely parents in between, we’…Read More

  7. Ways to Get Your Kiddo Excited About Preschool

    We’ve all had the terrible mornings with our children not wanting to do anything, including hopping into the car to head to preschool for the day. If you’re like many of the other parents suffering from the non-excitement of preschool, it’s time that you learn ways to get your kiddo excited! If you’ve been following our previous blog posts, then you already know that we’ve been giving yo…Read More

  8. Get Your Child Excited About School

    Getting your kiddo excited about preschool can be hard. We’ve all been there; your child doesn’t want to cooperate with anything. Whether that be by not eating breakfast, not wanting to brush their teeth, not wanting to get dressed or simply, not wanting to get into the car to head off to preschool for the day. Although it can be somewhat painful to get your child to cooperate seamlessly every…Read More

  9. Get Your Child Excited About Preschool!

    Finding the perfect preschool for your growing child can be difficult. You want your child to get the very best education, especially at such an early age. If you are searching for a amazing preschool for your child, you should  take a few important things to take into consideration. Know the teaching staff.- There are so many schools that you could enroll your child into, but if the teaching sta…Read More

  10. Make Preschool Memorable

    Make preschool a memorable experience for your kiddo. After graduating from daycare, preschool is the most logical next step, but if your child has never stepped foot inside a preschool before today, they may be a little freaked out if just drop them off one day. To help ease his or her anxiety, we suggested a couple of ways to make his or her first day of preschool easier to manage. Here is one m…Read More