4 Tips For Preparing Your Child For Preschool

Posted on: 7 July 2017
Preschool is a huge step in a young child's life. For many kids, preschool is the first time they are away from home and their parents during the day. Even children who were already in daycare may struggle to adjust to the more structured and academically focused environment of preschool. Some children experience separation anxiety or feel overwhelmed when first attending preschool.  Luckily, there are specific things you can do to help prepare your child for preschool and make their transition much easier:
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Understanding Learning Differences: The Key To The Best Education Possible

Posted on: 28 June 2017
Did you know that not all children or even people learn in the same ways? No, believe it or not, but different people have different learning styles. Thus, many educators believe that education should not be a "one size fits all" kind of process. Instead, they believe in tailoring their teaching and instructional methods to help meet the needs of the different learning styles in their classrooms. Thus, as a parent, you should look for educators who are familiar with the various learning styles and who strive to honor each and every learning difference that they encounter.
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Can'T Afford Private School? 3 Ways To Find Funding

Posted on: 6 June 2017
Some families have to make a difficult choice about which school to send their children to. Other families face an even more difficult problem – a lack of choices. If you live in an area with schools that aren't performing well, or if you have a child who is gifted, has special needs, or just isn't a good fit for their assigned school, it can be frustrating to realize that you can't get your child assigned to a different public school and can't afford private school.
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Three Mistakes To Avoid When Starting Preschool.

Posted on: 31 May 2017
Sending your child to preschool for the first time is exciting, but it can also be a time of worry for any loving parent. You want your child to be happy and to have a good experience, so it's natural to worry about how they adjust to this new phase in their life. Avoiding the following mistakes can help your child have a great start at their new preschool. #1: Skipping school skills preparation
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