Your child's first day of preschool will always be etched in your mind as a turning point of sorts — little kids seem instantly bigger, older. As moms, we hold back tears, hide in the parking lot to catch a last glimpse or run to the closest Starbucks and try to keep from cheering too loudly.Read Full Story
Reading together is one of the best things you can do for your preschooler. It expands their vocabulary, builds imagination, prepares them for school, instills a love of learning and gives you a chance to spend special time together. Make that time even more enjoyable for both of you by choosing one of our favorite books for preschoolers.Read Full Story
Kindergarten is an important milestone in a child's life. After all, it's the first block in the foundation of education they will build over the next 12 years. But many children have their first school experience in preschool where they begin to develop essential skills. Here's how a preschool should be helping your child to develop so that they can be on track for kindergarten.Read Full Story
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