Preparing your child for preschool is an exciting, but intense time for you and your child. Preschool choices, potty training, and separation anxiety can be managed as easy as 1 - 2 - 3!
Choosing a Preschool
Guidelines are available to help you choose the best preschool for your child.
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Healthy attachment helps young children develop trust, self-control and problem-solving skills.
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Development Ages 2-3
At this time, children grow in skills and abilities, demanding more independence from their caregiver.
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Development Ages 3-4
A child's vocabulary expands to hundreds of worlds, opening a new world of interaction.
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Young children begin to test boundaries and explore their independence.
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Many children are ready to begin potty training between 10 to 24 months.
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Learning to Count by Rote Singing number songs or counting as a group in the classroom teaches the child counting...Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
Transitioning to preschool is a big deal. Here's how to ease your child’s fears about starting preschool.