Transitioning from Pre-K to Kindergarten

Last week, we invited the parents in our pre-K class to take part in the discussion about the transition from preschool to Kindergarten. This can be an emotional and anxiety provoking time for both preschoolers and parents. We hope to help make it as smooth as possible for everyone. At Cape Ann P...
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Mother’s Day Breakfast 2016 in the Green Room

We had a wonderful Mother's Day celebration breakfast last week with our 3-4 year old class! They sang songs for their moms, enjoyed a meal the children had prepared, and presented their mothers with hand painted flower pots and cards. It was a special day for all! Click here to view all the phot...
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I’m Home With My Kids By Choice. Why Should I Send Them To Preschool?

At Cape Ann Preschool, we believe that preschool is a place of learning and support for both the child and the parents. At preschool, we help children learn to separate from their parents, practice social skills with peers, learn self-help skills, and gain exposure to experiences and materials to...
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We Are (now) Cape Ann Preschool!

Having announced the opening of our new location (in September 2016) right off 128 (at The West Gloucester Trinitarian Congregational Church on Route 133 / 488 Essex Avenue), we're also ready to announce our new name: Cape Ann Preschool. Over the years, we've been lucky enough to spend time with ...
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Parent Support

Preschool is as much for parents as it is for the children. We believe it is essential for us to help you understand your child better as we see them in a different context. We provide parent workshops, coffees, and group events throughout the year for parents to connect with the other families, ...
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School Readiness

School readiness is a measure of how prepared a child is to succeed in school, cognitively, socially and emotionally. More than a measurement, school readiness is the process of providing students the opportunity to find confidence, comfort, and aptitude at the learning new things. The transition...
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