Monthly Archives: July 2016

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3 Tips to Ease Your 3 Year Old’s First-Day-of-Preschool Jitters

Starting school is an important rite of passage for both you and your child, so when it comes time for your 3-year old’s first day of preschool, there may be a great deal of anxiety in the air. This anxiety may affect you and other family members, but your preschooler will experience many emotions that can create first day jitters. To reduce your child’s first day jitters, consider these simple tips. Tour, Meet, and Greet Most children need time to adjust to new people and places, so consider visiting your 3-year old’s preschool a few times before the actual first Read more
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Learning Independence at an NAEYC Accredited Preschool

You might notice that your child does things at school that they don’t do at home. At school, they may put on their coat or even hang it up without help. They go to the bathroom without asking the teacher to accompany them. When your child gets home, sometimes they demand that you do all of these things for them. Teachers have a secret to getting kids to be more independent. The secret is to simply ask your child if they want you to help them hang up their coat or put it on, or if you need to accompany them Read more
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5 Top Summer Reading Picture Books for Half Day Preschool Children

The best half day preschool programs in Frisco TX offer an abundance of shared reading experiences. They understand the impact that daily reading has on the academic and social development of young children. Summer is that perfect time of year when we get to spend more time with family and enjoying activities like swimming, camping and, of course, reading. The following titles are a great place to start if you’re looking for picture books to read with your children. 1. Finding Felicia by Laurie Bloomfield and Kari Bolt A wonderful story about a boy named Jack who sets out on Read more