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Fun Preschool Learning Activities You Can Do at Home

Preschool is a great environment for children to explore and learn through play. But, a classroom isn’t the only place for learning activities. When your preschooler is at home, you become their teacher. The goal for parents should be to remember that the learning done outside of school doesn’t have to feel like a classroom Read more…

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New Year! – New School!

As the New Year starts, you may be setting new goals, making new commitments, or seeking new opportunities to improve your life. Your children also have a wonderful chance at a good start this year with Kids ‘R’ Kids! Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies can help you start the New Year off right! For nearly Read more…

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Encouraging Creative Expression in Your Preschooler

Creativity is an essential part of the experience of being human. Every single one of us has the potential to be creative in what we do throughout our daily adventures. Creativity, no matter for what age we are addressing, is associated with curiosity, experimentation, wonder about life, expressing one’s self, learning new skills, or coming Read more…

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Holiday Break Camp Information

The holidays are an exciting time for children and adults alike. Decorations, family gatherings, holiday parties, and the spirit of giving are a few things everyone seems to enjoy. Many school-aged children also enjoy their winter break away from school and homework. Parents are generally not as lucky to have a few weeks off of Read more…

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Pre-K Reading Activities to Boost Your Child’s Confidence

Pre-K is an incredible year for your child! Their understanding of new concepts, social skills, and academic principles grows exponentially in this critical period. They gain a good understanding of letters, words, ideas, and will even begin reading. As a parent, you can help foster this learning period by starting a specific reading plan which Read more…

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What Skills Your Child Will Need for Kindergarten

Kindergarten is an exciting time for learning and growing. Students gain an incredible amount of new knowledge, develop a better understanding of concepts and ideas, and build more self-reliance and self-confidence. Your child will have better attention and focus abilities, develop fine motor skills like gripping crayons and pencils properly, learn the importance of social Read more…

Reading Skills for Preschoolers

Helping Early Readers With Simple Comprehension Questions

Did you know that between the ages of 4 and 9, a child will have mastered about 100 phonics rules, be able to recognize 3,000 words with just a glance, and develop a comfortable reading speed nearing 100 words per minute? By the age of 5 or 6, most children have developed the skills necessary Read more…

Dealing with change - Orlando Preschool Programs

How to Help Your Preschooler Deal with Change & Stress

The world we live in is full of constant change. Young children are not immune to these often stressful situations which can lead to children being overwhelmed with information, new schedules, new people and more. Even as adults, most of us appreciate some level of “sameness” or familiar repetition in our daily lives. Changes, big Read more…

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Helping Your Preschooler Build Positive Relationships with Their Peers

Preschoolers thrive in an environment where each and every child is an important part of the community. Preschool, for most children, is the very first experience with spending many hours a day with a large group of peers. This setting fosters the ability to celebrate individual differences & similarities so children learn to value themselves, Read more…

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Helping Younger Siblings Transition When Your Oldest Child Goes to School

As your first child heads off to Pre-K or kindergarten, you are most likely worried about how they will transition into a new environment, how they will handle separation anxiety, and how they will cope with a new schedule. You may even be concerned with your own separation anxiety since this will be your first Read more…