5 Ways To Build Independence, Confidence and Success In Your Preschooler

5 Ways To Build Independence, Confidence and Success In Your Preschooler
5 Ways To Start Building Independence, Confidence and Success In Your Child Entering Preschool 1. Practice getting dressed without help: putting on/zipping coats, putting on/taking off shoes (velcro shoes and slip-ons are great!), putting on winter gear such as hats and mittens. Dress your child in comfortable clothes that he or she can pull up/down independently when going to the bathroom. ...
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Parent Support

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, learn from one another, and gain ideas and strategies for life with a preschooler. Some past even...
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School Readiness

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 between early childhood and formal education can often come with social and emotional hurdles. Lear...
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Group Socialization

Group Socialization
Interaction between preschool students is a vital component to their learning experience. 'Group socialization' is defined as the process whereby individuals are made aware of the behavior that others expect of them as regards the norms, values and culture of their society. For us, it's so much more than that. Why is Group Socialization vital in Preschool? As they socialize, children develop the...
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Individual Development

Individual Development
Every child develops differently, though with the right encouragement can develop a well-rounded sense of personal accomplishment, a passion for learning, and confidence. Individual (or personal) development is a measure of a student's cognitive and emotional development, focusing on self direction, self control, and other personal skills which contribute to their ability to learn. Why is Individ...
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