Simple Tips for Parents Parents across the country, you can relax. Contrary to what you might have heard, choosing the right preschool for your child is not as difficult as applying for an advanced degree.
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Such a joy to listen to! March 2, I am so grateful for this podcast. But then, low and behold, I found Your Parenting Mojo! Looking forward to catching up on the entire series.Once you decide your child is ready, choosing the right preschool can seem like a daunting process, but a lot of it is knowing what you want and what is best for your child.
Generally geared at kids ages 3 and 4, some programs accept children as young as 2. It’s that time of year: daycare and preschool tours start ramping up and parents have to try to figure out which is the right option for their child.
There is a lot of information available about "choosing the right preschool for your child". Thinking about our children's personalities and learning styles is always recommended as a first step. To back up a step, we might ask "Is any preschool right for my child?".
Between my own personal and professional experience and a fantastic podcast conversation I had recently with my friend Deborah Stewart, a phenomenal teacher and mentor at Teach Preschool, I've found that considering a preschool is more about finding the best fit for your child than about finding the one "perfect" school.
Kids who are used to being apart from their parents often bounce right into preschool with hardly a backward glance.
If your child hasn't had many opportunities to be away from you, you might want to schedule some – a weekend with grandma, for instance, or a day with your sister and her kids.
The Complete Guide to Choosing the Right Preschool for Your Child Education is one of the most important gifts you can give your child. Education, of course, begins at home, but preschool will be your child's first foray into a formal learning environment.