Preschool helps with child development and preschoolers will respond positively to discipline with the right approach, and enjoy preschool learning through kids games, preschool toys, nursery rhymes and kids songs. Find all you need to help your preschooler learn and prepare for school.
Whether your child spent the early years at home, or is a seasoned day care professional, deciding whether preschool is right for them can be tough. Dr Joanne Orlando helps guide you through the ins and outs.
Calm down everybody, your preschooler doesn’t need to read, count to 1000 and speak five languages to achieve ‘school readiness.’ The research is in and the findings are stupidly simple.
Whatever your child’s interests may be, you can bet there’s a book out there on it. Encourage your toddler’s linguistic development with books that stimulate their imagination.
Children learn the concept of addition from the preschool years and as most parents know children have grasped the concept of wanting “more” from an early age.
Enough with the guilt – it’s time to relax. According to experts, kids are often learning even when you think they’re not.
Find out all you need to know about choosing a preschool. Discover the things to think about and the right questions to ask so you make the best preschool choice for your child.
How can you help your child get ready to start preschool? Find out all the tips and tricks so your little one settles into preschool happily.
It's time for big school so here's what you can do to prepare your child for school. Find plenty of ideas and tips to help make your child start school with a smile.
Introduce your preschooler to literacy with these fun ideas for learning all about words. Help them get a headstart with learning to read and write.
Help your little one enjoy learning about numbers with these great ideas, games and tools so your preschoolers has fun with numeracy.