Links to Parents Preschool Blog

Links to Parents Preschool Blog

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DIBs in the classroom

What Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Looks Like in Our Classrooms

Children learn best, develop self-confidence, and thrive when they feel valued and supported. Because of this, diversity, inclusion, and belonging are hallmarks of our school community. Our teachers strive to cultivate learning environments that foster respect and acceptance and encourage students to learn from and with each other. Our classrooms…
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Math activities for preschoolers

At-Home Math Activities for Infants through Pre-K

Everyday experiences are packed with mathematical concepts that fascinate and challenge children and help them to make sense of their world. Even the youngest infants can begin to foster their math skills by listening to stories that involve counting and repetition. In our classrooms, students learn the foundations of addition,…
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activities to do with your child in spring

4 Educational Activities to Do with Your Child in Spring

Spring is a great time to get outdoors, take advantage of the nice weather, and explore the change of the season. Being outside provides numerous benefits for your child’s developmental growth and physical and mental health. Below are some activities to do this season that are not only fun, but…
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National Reading Month activities for preschoolers

Dive Into the Exciting World of Books During National Reading Month

Reading at a young age develops fundamental literacy skills, improves vocabulary and word recognition, enhances cognitive development, and cultivates a lifelong love of books. March is National Reading Month and we have exciting events planned in all of our classrooms. We’ll be reading and reenacting favorite stories, introducing students to…
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