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Everyone Deserves Respect

by Margot F. February 25th, 2014| Preschool, School
Bullying in preschool is more common than many parents want to believe. Left unchecked, little bullies and victims grow to be big aggressors and victims. Fortunately preschool is an excellent place to address this issue given the high adult to pupil ratio.

The term “bullying” refers to persistent negative behavior

Is My Child Ready for Preschool?

by Margot F. January 21st, 2014| Preschool, School
Shortly after a child’s second birthday, many parents start thinking about sending their child to preschool. For a stay at home parent, preschool might allow for a much needed break from an active child. Also, preschools provide excellent opportunities for a young child to socialize and participate in new
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A Positive Preschool Experience

by Margot F. December 24th, 2013| Preschool, School
A preschool is a good way to transition a child who is accustomed to being at home to a more structured environment with other children and adults. A positive preschool experience will help a child feel more confident when entering kindergarten.

A responsible preschool will have a safe environment for

Montessori Preschools: An Overview

by Jane Wangersky November 25th, 2013| Preschool, School
When you're looking for a preschool for your child, the name Montessori is almost bound to come up. It's likely there's a preschool in your area with the word Montessori in the name -- there's one in my town, as well as a Montessori program for elementary students in
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Healthy Food Choices for Preschoolers

by Tomica Bonner October 31st, 2013| Preschool, School
The right nutrition and a balanced diet are of the utmost importance for growing preschoolers. Preschools and day care centers are in charge of providing quality nutrition and healthy food for the children in their care. Following through with nutrition choices that coincide with day care eating habits is beneficial

Preschool Snacks for Z Week

by T Akery September 12th, 2013| Preschool, School
The letter Z is one of the hardest letters to prepare preschool snacks for. Whether you got stuck with it as a last minute sign-up or volunteered for this particular letter, here are some ideas to get you started. Not all of these snacks are going to be that
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Making the Most of Virtual Preschool

by T Akery August 15th, 2013| Preschool, School
You have finally settled that your preschooler is going to learn through the virtual world. While this decision is one you have probably thought about a lot, it is one that will require a lot more of a commitment on your part. Virtual preschool is a little different than

What to Do If Your Preschooler Hates Preschool

by T Akery August 8th, 2013| Preschool, School
Your preschooler was all excited about going to preschool. They were looking forward to playing with friends, making craft projects and the other various activities. Then all the excitement changed to dread and drama about going to preschool. If this has happened to you, then you are not alone.

Where to Find the List for Preschool Supplies

by T Akery July 17th, 2013| Preschool, School
Every year, a mysterious list comes out featuring all the items for school. While experienced parents know exactly where to find this list, many first-time preschool parents are unaware of where to go to find it. So, here are a list of potential places to look for this school
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Your Preschooler’s Medication at Preschool

by T Akery June 21st, 2013| Preschool, School
Your doctor has prescribed your preschooler some medication. Whether it was because they were sick or need it for something else, you look at the directions and realize your preschooler will have to take it during school hours. This poses a challenge for many parents especially if your preschooler