Preschoolers Blogs

  • The importance of a good pre-school

    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?

  • My Entry

    i a learning to write a blog. I am hoping it will be fun and informative and that everyone will love it a lot.

  • Three-Year-Old Accidentally Kills Father -- Tragic Reminder About Gun Safety

    It was a typical family weekend for one family in Indiana. 33-year-old Michael Payless brought his gun to a home he was renovating in Salem. While watching TV with two of his children, his three-year-old son found the loaded gun and it accidentally discharged, killing Michael. No one else was hurt.

  • Kids Eating Detergent Packets Thinking It's Candy

    As convenient as the new laundry packets are for parents, they are apparently dangerously appealing to little ones.

  • How a Kindergarten Teacher Earned $700,000

    A relatively new website is not only helping teachers out but it's paying them pretty handsomely. "Teachers Pay Teachers" is a company started to help teachers with their lesson plans. It was founded by Paul Edelman, after he ended a four year stint with the New York City public schools.

  • Waivers Before Playdates -- Smart or Strange?

    Some parents are asking for signed waivers or liability releases before allowing other people's children into their home for a playdate or birthday party. This new trend takes the "play" out of playdate.

  • Benefits of Infant Massage

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  • Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day!

    The United Nations has officially recognized March 21st as World Down Syndrome Day! For those with Down syndrome and the families who love them, it's a hard fought and much celebrated victory.

  • Toxic Chemicals Found in Costume Jewelry

    The Ecology Center released a study performed by HealthyStuff.org (an arm of The Ecology Center) on March 13, 2012 finding high levels of toxic chemicals (such as lead, cadmium, mercury and arsenic) in low-cost costume jewelry.

  • Rise in Preschooler Cavities Worrisome

    Dentists see a worrisome rise in the amount of baby teeth requiring fillings, root canals and crowns for preschoolers.

  • It's Illegal to Sell Expired Baby Food in California and Other Head Shaking Laws

    Wasn't selling expired baby food always illegal? Apparently not. Until the dawning of 2012, it was apparently legal for retailers to sell expired baby food and baby formula in California.

  • How a Kindergarten Teacher Earned $700,000

    A relatively new website is not only helping teachers out but it's paying them pretty handsomely. "Teachers Pay Teachers" is a company started to help teachers with their lesson plans. It was founded by Paul Edelman, after he ended a four year stint with the New York City public schools.

  • Airbrushed Preschool Picture Angers Mom

    Would you be upset if a school picture photographer took it upon himself to "improve" your child's appearance by removing a birthmark from her picture? How about furious?

  • The importance of a good pre-school

    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?

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  • Create Random Acts of Kindness for Kids

    Chances are if you have kids older than one, you have said, "be nice" many times to your child. But what do they hear when you say that? What does "be nice" mean?

  • Pregnant with Baby #3

    I just turned 30 and after being told at the age of 18 that it would be difficult for me to have children, I have 2 beautiful boys and a third baby on the way. We are able to conceive the first month we tried this time and I'm very excited. I'm also nervous because my second son was a high risk pregnancy.

  • Rise in Preschooler Cavities Worrisome

    Dentists see a worrisome rise in the amount of baby teeth requiring fillings, root canals and crowns for preschoolers.

  • Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child

    Strong willed children can be a challenge to parent when they're young, but if sensitively parented, they become terrific teens and young adults. They're self-motivated and directed, they go after what they want, and they are fairly impervious to peer pressure.

  • Managing the Work-Family Dilemma

    Working mothers are not all the same. Why then are 16 million working mothers treated as one undifferentiated group?