Getting Ready for School

A smooth transition to the start of school is easy when you follow this advice.

  • Mommy's are more fun then Screens

    Time to START! Starting Preschool & Daycare

    Any change for a family requires some period of adjustment. Every child and every parent is different and will react in different ways. When starting school or daycare you should expect to have a minimum adjustment period of 2-3 weeks, for you and your family. Many parents don’t realize they too are going through an […]

  • Communication with teachers and parents is key to preschool success

    Keep Communicating

    We all know that if a bridge is not structurally sound, it will eventually collapse.  Likewise, if relationships are not built on a sturdy foundation, they too will fail. Sometimes parents and teachers can be intimidated by each other.  But by willingly beginning the home/school relationship with an open, sharing approach, we can build trust.  […]

  • How to get your child ready for preschool and daycare

    Maintain Routines

    Children develop best in an environment of order and consistency.  They are happier when they know what to expect.  To a young child, a predictable world is a safe world. By setting up regular, reliable times and procedures for daily events, parents and teachers provide a dependable environment.  Routines also help avoid the power struggles […]

  • Reading every day will help your preschooler learn to read

    Read Together Everyday

    Parents are children’s first and most influential teachers.  Reading together is one of the earliest shared experiences of parents and children.  When you read a story to a child, you are her reading teacher. Children learn to read by being read to.  Research shows that early and good readers come from homes where reading is […]