re you searching for crafts and activities that entertain your preschooler and include them in the Halloween fun, not fright? We've got a bunch of "Hallo-rific" ideas for you!
Some of your preschooler's words may not mean what you think they mean. We've come to realize that parents need their own dictionary or thesaurus to decipher a preschooler's true meaning! To help out, we've pulled together common phrases in a 3– or 4-year-old's daily conversation and unlocked what each could means.
Most children find play dough great fun! Toddlers love squeezing the soft, squishy material in their hands, exploring the texture and consistency of the dough. Older kids play more imaginatively, making things with it. Get your child started with one of these ideas.
Here are some of the key findings from a recent report on what factors in the home or community environment are most likely to contribute to school readiness at age five.
Your afternoon slump arrives and your child's slouching on the couch. Is it time to have a cup of coffee and an energy drink? That's probably not your best alternative. Reach for energy-boosting snacks instead. These foods leave you with a true blast of energy that will last and keep you active all day.
How important is preschool to a child's development. My son is going to be 3 and is enrolled in a 2 day a week program? Is 2 days a week enough or is more emersion at this point better? What has been the experience of others in this matter? Is more, more or is less more or does it just depend?
On the first day of school, teachers want to see a child who is healthy, mature, capable, and eager to learn. Is your preschooler ready? Our top ten list will help you tally up your child's social, cognitive, and motor skills.
Is your little one shy and worried about not making friends or fitting in with new classmates? These tips can help ease even the most hesitant child into the school year.
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