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The Respectful Preschooler: How to Teach Your Child Respect

Young children aren’t generally experts at exhibiting respectful behavior. It may seem like their whole purpose in life is to test their boundaries, no matter what they’ve been told to not do. Luckily, this is very normal behavior and not overly concerning, just a little bit annoying. Our experts have a great deal of experience Read more…

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Is Your Child Ready for Preschool?

A lot of Orlando area parents wonder whether or not their young child is ready for preschool. While some preschool programs can begin as early as age two, most will be available when your child turns 3 and is sufficiently potty trained. When it comes time to make this important decision about your little one’s Read more…

Myths of Preschool

Common Myths About Early Childhood Education Debunked

Over the past few years, the federal and state governments have been expanding access to high-quality early education preschool programs. Even though the arguments for investing in preschool programs across the nation are compelling, there are still critics out there that  believe early childhood education is not a critical component of academic success. These criticisms Read more…

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Why You Should Enroll Your Child in a High-Quality Preschool

Raising a child that is emotionally, socially, and physically prepared for academic success is not easy. Enrolling your 3 or 4 year old in a high-quality preschool or early learning program can help! A properly run preschool program can help promote early learning & development, which can set your child up for lifelong academic achievement. Read more…

Teaching Your Preschooler to Write

Fourteen Ways Parents Can Help Their Preschooler Succeed at School Pt 2

During our last blog post, we discussed 7 great ways to get hands on with your child’s early academic experience. Our experts continue to discuss tips for being actively involved with your preschooler’s education: Tip #8 – Volunteer in Class Activities Find out what you can do to volunteer in your child’s classroom. Some schools Read more…

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Fourteen Ways Parents Can Help Their Preschooler Succeed at School Pt 1

Parents are their children’s first, and most important, teacher. When mom and dad are involved with their preschooler’s school, the child will perform better and enjoy school more. Research has shown that active parent involvement in their children’s school has more effect on academic success than how much money a family makes or how much Read more…

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Is Screen Time OK for My Preschooler?

Preschool-aged children are often impatient and get bored easily. Many parents find that handing their child a smartphone or tablet is an easy way to soothe or entertain them when they get antsy. While letting your preschooler enjoy some screen time when you need to buy a few minutes of distraction is definitely acceptable, overall Read more…

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How to Help Your Preschooler’s Personality Blossom

As a child grows older, they learn to walk, they learn to form sounds, and as time goes on, they develop their own traits, habits, and personality different than any other.  From holding a cup themselves to picking their favorite toy, a child is constantly growing into their own unique person.  However, it is between Read more…

Separation Anxiety in preschoolers - Orlando Preschool

Dealing With Your Own Separation Anxiety

We always share information on how to help your child adjust to preschool or pre-kindergarten and manage their separation anxiety during this exciting new time in your child’s life. If you’re like most parents we know, you’ve had to wipe away a few tears of your own as you send your child off to school. Read more…

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Don’t Be Afraid to Praise Your Preschooler

Praise is a powerful tool that can help guide preschoolers through taking the small steps necessary to master new skills or motivate them to try new tasks. Praise will also encourage children to build self-confidence by taking risks and growing into creative & self-reliant people. Some parents may think that praising children will make them Read more…