Preschool: School and Academics Articles
The science of seasons includes lots of observation, outdoor exploration, and flat-out fun for parents and kids alike. Get started with these 10 ideas.
This list contains the most common kindergarten sight words. Although kids won't need to be able to read these sight words until the end of kindergarten, if you've got a pre-K child itching to get started with sight words, this is a great place to start.
Reading comprehension and sequencing are two pre-reading skills that preschoolers can practice before they can read themselves. Here's how parents can help develop these important skills.
Do you know if your child's preschool is accredited? Should you care? Considering the fact that fewer than 10 percent of America's preschools have gained accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children, chances are your child's preschool is not one of them.
Wondering what preschoolers should know when it comes to scientific concepts, and how best to help them? Here's our essential guide to all things preschool science, plus expert book picks to make learning fun!
In preschool, math learning is all about counting, number recognition, and one-to-one correspondence. Here's how to help your child practice at home.
Magnetic letters provide opportunities for hands-on learning which are well suited for the way young children learn. Round up those magnetic letters and try a few of these fun, multi-sensory activities to help your preschooler master important early literacy skills
In preschool, identifying and creating patterns is just the beginning of the mastery of life-long mathematical skills. Here's how to introduce your preschooler to patterning.
So how important is preschool? It turns out, very. Those crayons and pipe cleaners may look innocent enough, but how and where they're introduced can have long-reaching ramifications. According to the U.S. Department of Education, preschool plays a large role in later academic success. ...
Parents struggle every year to decide if their child is ready to take that first big step into formal education. Even in this day and age, when many children get their feet wet in preschool, not all kids are prepared for kindergarten. True, they may be able to do some basic reading and writing, but ...