3 Fun Flower Activities To Do With Your Preschool Class

5 May 2017
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With spring underway, now is a great time to do some spring flower-themed activities with your preschool class. Below are three different fun activities, all based around flowers, that you can do with your preschool class this spring. #1 Spring Flower Walk Children learn best by seeing and experiencing things for themselves first hand. As flowers are in all stages of the life cycle right now, some closed up blooms and others fully open and showing all of their beautiful glory, this is the perfect time to go on a spring flower walk. Read More 

2 Important Things To Look For When It Comes To Choosing A Child Care Facility For Your Child To Attend

25 April 2017
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When you take your child into a child care center, you are putting a lot of trust in them to properly care for your child. You child is likely going to spend a decent amount of time at the child care center, so you are going to want to do everything in your power to ensure that they have a good experience while they are there. One way that you can do this is to do your research before you every pick a location for your child. Read More 

Helpful Information About Kindergarten Preparation

19 August 2016
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Are you concerned about your child not being able to adapt fast when he or she begins elementary school? If you start preparing your child for elementary in advance, he or she will for more comfortable and confident when kindergarten begins. In this article, you will discover a list of tips that can be helpful while preparing your child for elementary school. 1. Make Sure Your Child Has a Set Bedtime Read More 

How Montessori Schools Help Children With Autism

5 March 2015
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As awareness of autism spectrum disorders grows, more and more families are picking their child's school carefully and according to their needs. It's no secret that traditional schools not only do not teach the way children learn, but can be especially trying for a child on the spectrum. With that in mind, many parents are finding that the Montessori method best fits their child's special needs. Here is what you need to know about Montessori and autism. Read More