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How Prepared Are You And Your Child For Preschool?

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Many parents wonder if their child is ready to enter preschool. It’s true some children aren’t ready for any number of reasons. If you’re concerned about your child’s readiness early learning classes, here’s a few considerations that can help you figure it out. Are You Ready for Your Child to Enter Preschool? Your own readiness will dictate your child’s readiness. Many parents have trouble with letting their children go off to any place without them.…

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3 Things To Consider When Looking For A Preschool For Your Child

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When it comes to looking for a great preschool for your child, there are several different things that you are going to need to take into consideration. Doing this will ensure that the preschool you choose is not only going to be the best fit for your child, but is also going to be the best fit for you and your family as well. This article will discuss 3 things to consider when looking for a preschool for your child.…

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Get Fit With The Kids

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You know the benefits of working out, but do you know that you can multiply those great results by signing the whole family up for a gym membership? Don’t leave the kids at home when you go to the gym. Here are five reasons to bring the whole gang.  Lead by Example Your kids learn how to do life by watching you. So teach them what it means to respect your body and keep it healthy.…

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4 Common Mistakes Parents Make With Child Care

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Child care is something that many parents eventually have to find for their children because of work. There are some common mistakes parents make that make child care less than perfect. When you avoid these common mistakes, you can truly be sure that your child is receiving the quality child care they deserve: Not Making Expectations Clear: First off, you want to be sure that your child care provider and yourself have the same ideas.…

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Surviving A Power Struggle With Your Tempestuous Toddler

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Parents can prevent a power struggle from becoming a tantrum by changing the way they react to their toddlers. It is normal for kids to act-out occasionally, but the way you respond could potentially exacerbate the situation and make matters worse. Try some tips that many daycare providers endorse to prevent power struggles and put the kibosh on tantrums: Get them on a schedule. Children do best on a schedule, which eliminates unpredictability and provides a sense of reassurance to toddlers.…

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Preparing Your Child For A Student-Centric Learning Environment

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Children or student-centric learning environments place the needs and abilities of your child at the forefront of their learning experience. It is quickly becoming a popular teaching method, but for many children in a traditional learning environment, it can be hard to transition. However, you can help prepare them. Gauge Their Learning Style People and children learn in one of three different methods: looking, listening, and doing. The differences between these learning styles are obvious: children that learn by looking at graphs, charts, and diagrams; listeners do well with verbal instructions; and doers need to figure something out with their own mind and hands.…

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Easter Jello Eggs For Preschool To Teach Colors

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When working with preschool-aged kids, you have to make learning fun and take advantage of every chance that you have to teach them something. One thing that many preschoolers enjoy learning about is colors. They love using colors to create things and finding out what happens when you mix colors together to make other colors. With Easter approaching, you may be looking for a treat for your preschoolers to enjoy that is Easter themed and will get their little minds racing.…

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How To Select Your Child's Education

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Are you disappointed in the experience your child is having at public school? If so, you may be considering withdrawing him or her and giving your child a different kind of education. Here are some ideas that might help you to determine what your child’s future schooling will be. Home Schooling - You may already know people who are teaching their children at home, as this is a very popular movement. Home schooling opens up a whole new world!…

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Your Child Is Suddenly Afraid Of Their Daycare: Why?

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The first few weeks of your child’s daycare experience were amazing: they seemed to love every minute of it and always had great stories to tell when they got home. But now they don’t seem to want to go and you aren’t sure why. You know the daycare workers and you trust that they aren’t doing anything wrong. But why would your child suddenly turn their back on daycare? Bullying…

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Tips For Helping Your Child Transition To Child Care

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If you are a working parent, chances are good that you are going to eventually need to go back to work after you have had your child. When your child is old enough to go to child care, this is probably an exciting and scary experience for both of you. You want to go back to work and be able to talk to adults again, but you also want to make sure that your child is fine.…

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