13 Teacher Tips for Parents of Preschoolers

As Big PLANS for Little Kids begins a brand new school year, we know parents are also facing new day-to-day challenges with their children back in school. For parents wondering what they can do at home to help their kids excel, we asked our Early Learning Specialists (Certificated Teachers) to share some simple strategies. Here … Continue reading 13 Teacher Tips for Parents of Preschoolers

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School’s Out…It’s Time to Play

School is finally over, and the kids are ready to play all day! While this may sound fun to some of you, playing with children doesn’t always come naturally to parents. Spending time playing with your children is essential as children learn so much through play.  In fact, three play is so important to a … Continue reading School’s Out…It’s Time to Play

PARENTING PRESCHOOLERS: SUPPORTING EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND BUILDING RESILIENCE

  As a therapist, many of the children I have the privilege of having conversations with, come to my office with diagnoses of anxiety, depression, A.D.H.D., A.S.D and/or various learning disabilities. One of my first questions for them might be, "what does that diagnosis mean to you?"  Quite often their (sometimes hesitant) answer relates to … Continue reading PARENTING PRESCHOOLERS: SUPPORTING EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND BUILDING RESILIENCE

A Quick Guide to Preschoolers and Technology

It is a question almost every parent will ask themselves – should children be using digital devices during preschool years? If so, how and when should young children use technology? Information currently available to parents on this topic provides mixed messages.  On one hand, there is research that shows interactions with technology can support learning … Continue reading A Quick Guide to Preschoolers and Technology