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Howe to make the Kindergarten for preschool

Moving from preschool or home to kindergarten is a major milestone, fraught with nerves, uncertainties and unknowns for children and parents. But if you foster a sense of …

Math is a vital skill for kindergarteners, but it’s challenging to come up with entertaining ways to reinforce concepts learned in the classroom. Skip the practice worksheets and …

Imagine waking up one day and your entire routine has changed. You are suddenly faced with spending the day in a new building, surrounded by unfamiliar people with new …

Although you know your 5-year-old is a genius, you’re also sure he will be picking his nose when the kindergarten teacher asks him to say the next letter in the alphabet. …

Schools recognize that educating children is something they can’t do alone. Without family involvement, their efforts can seem like swimming against the tide. A thoughtful and …

Being ready for kindergarten is critical for a child because this time of her life can determine her self-esteem, well-being and motivation for the rest of her life, according to …

A teacher’s job is rewarding, but it can feel like an uphill battle when parents are unable or unwilling to get involved in their student’s academic life. Parents have …

With waiting lists years long for some private schools, choosing a kindergarten class can feel almost as stressful as applying for colleges. Most areas offer private and public …

From the moment your baby tries to grab your finger, he is working to develop his motor skills. Motor skills are the primary way infants and toddlers learn about the world around …

Sight words are words that children learn only by sight — with flash cards, by memorizing them or words they learn from context, because they cannot be sounded out. …

Parental participation in a child’s education is important for several reasons. Children whose parents reinforce and support their learning will likely be more successful …

Getting ready for kindergarten is a huge transition for both mom and preschooler. You can’t believe your little one is going to a big-kid school, and she’s probably both anxious …

Five-year-old children are typically full of imagination and creativity. While some kids love the interaction a school setting offers, others might not respond well to rules and …

If your 5-year-old is picking up books, asking you to read aloud or pretending to read himself, it’s time to teach him how to read. Don’t wait for the kindergarten teacher to do …

It’s hard enough to put your little one on a school bus without worrying that Otto Mann from “The Simpson’s” is behind the wheel. While Otto bragged that he had …

Do you have a preschooler who seems to learn everything super fast? Although most children begin kindergarten around the age of 5 or 6 years old, a gifted preschooler can start …

It’s time to get your preschooler ready for kindergarten and you’re not sure if she’s developmentally prepared to make the transition. It’s understandable — you want to make sure …

Learning how to write is a major part of a child’s academic development during the preschool and Kindergarten years. If your child is currently in the beginning stages of writing, …

While it may seem like your child’s school is your second home (or at least the primary beneficiary of all those costumes and cookies you make), a lack of parental involvement is …

The cost of an education at a private preschool or kindergarten can range from $6,000 a year to $16,000, according to the Council for American Private Education. That’s a pretty …

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