The Amazing Benefits Of Daycare

Posted on: 27 December 2015

Often times, daycare is looked at as a bad thing. People think it's better for children to be with their parents and that sending them to daycare puts them at a disadvantage. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth. Daycare is actually a wonderful thing for children of all ages, and in fact, even if you just send your child for a couple of hours per day, he or she will benefit big time.
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Three Reasons To Send Your Child To Preschool

Posted on: 18 December 2015

If your child has reached the age they are ready for preschool, you need to give a lot of thought to enrolling him or her. If you are a stay-at-home parent, it is difficult to let go of your child, if only for a few hours each day, but there are benefits of a good preschool program. The following are among the most significant. Children get a head start with communication skills
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5 Reasons To Consider A Religious Preschool

Posted on: 14 December 2015

There are a variety of preschool programs available throughout the country. Some people are very focused on finding a private preschool with a specific curriculum like teaching a second language to their children or having their children learn to read by age four. However, there are benefits to religious preschools, and you may want to consider them as well when you are looking for a preschool. Here are five reasons to consider including a religious preschool in your search.
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Preparing For A Montessori Preschool Program At Home

Posted on: 9 December 2015

Montessori schools use the premise that children will learn effectively through the use of hands-on activities. These activities are constructed to teach children about life-based experiences as they play. Adding an activity station in your home to teach your preschooler the same values can be beneficial in transitioning them to the practices they will be using when they are enrolled in a Montessori schooling program. Here are a few ideas you can use to make your own activity station, preparing you child for the tasks they will do in preschool.
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