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what your child needs to know for school

3 Questions To Ask Yourself When Debating On Sending Your Middle School Child Back To School

7 May 2021
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Having a preteen who is in middle school can be really rough. Not only do they have a lot going on, but they also need a lot of socialization, which is what made quarantine so hard. Now that most schools are opening back up again after a full year of online learning, some parents are faced head-on with deciding whether to send their child back for in-person learning or keeping them in an online curriculum.
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What You Need To Know About Play, Preschools, And Child Development

8 October 2020
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How can preschools help children to learn and develop through play? Even though play may not seem like a learning tool, these activities can help your child to build basic skills. If you're not sure how learning and play go hand-in-hand, take a look at what you need to know about your preschooler's day. Can Play Build Academic Skills? Your child doesn't need worksheets and flashcards to build early literacy, math, or other similar skills.
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Fun Ways To Help Your Young Child Identify Textures

4 July 2017
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If your young child is learning about textures at the preschool that they attend, help them master the skills that they have been learning with the activities below. Each activity will pique your child's interest and help them recognize textures while playing: Mystery Bag Place several items that have different textures inside of a bag. Consider adding items that will be simple for your child to grasp and that do not have pointed edges or abrasive surfaces that could injure your child.
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2 Fun Igloo-Themed Food Activities for Your Childcare Program

4 January 2017
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If you run a childcare program, here are two fun igloo food activities that you can do with the children in your care. Each of these fun food activities plays on the ideas of snow and wintertime and can easily be incorporated into a learning unit about winter weather. #1: Marshmallow Igloo If you are reading books about playing in the snow, building igloos, or living in different types of houses, this can be a great food activity tie-in to what you are learning about.
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4 Benefits Of Signing Your Toddler Up For Summer Ballet Day Camp

23 September 2016
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A great summer camp for toddlers is ballet. Here are four benefits that your toddler will experience when you sign them up for a ballet summer camp #1 Coordination During most of the day, your toddler moves around and achieves their objective by moving however they can. In a toddler ballet class, your toddler will begin to learn to pay attention to how their body is moving. They will start to develop a sense of their body and how it moves around them; this is a skill that young children develop over time.
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Do you have a little one that is quickly approaching the school age? Does your child know what he or she needs to know to do well during those first few years? Many first time parents are unaware of how much a child is expected to know when they begin going to school. Although these things are not required, they can put a child far behind if he or she doesn't know them. Visit my site to find out what you should be teaching your child at home before he or she begins school. This will help reduce the stress of those first days in a new situation.