So your preschooler is academically advanced

One of my favorite things about being a parent and working here at the Preschool is that I get to watch children grow and learn. I'm intrigued by what they come up with in their young brains. Kids are creative, interesting, and curious! And they are all unique in their development and learning. Some children [...]

By |2020-11-20T12:05:55-05:00Fri, Oct 26, 2018|Categories: Education & Literacy, Parenting|

What happens if your child needs additional support?

Congrats fellow parents! We have officially survived the first 6 weeks of school. Hopefully everyone is settled into new routines, new teachers, and new friends. Teachers are hard at work with our kids, learning and supporting them in every way they can. Sometimes that support can mean difficult conversations - including the one some parents [...]

By Emily Nichols|2020-11-20T12:05:55-05:00Fri, Oct 19, 2018|Categories: Resources & Recommendations|

Staying calm… when your kid is driving you crazy!

It starts out as a simple trip to Target... you just need to get a couple of things, and your preschooler is with you. Your child sees a toy that they want and they ask you if you will buy it for them. You know what happens next... You tell them you are not buying any [...]

By Fiona Bracy|2020-11-20T12:05:55-05:00Fri, Oct 5, 2018|Categories: Parenting|
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