Literacy and Reading

Reading is an important skill your child should possess. Each and every one of us reads on a daily basis. It is a skill that is constantly being used. Being a great reader may help your child learn quickly, study harder, get better grades, go on to college, and land an amazing job.
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Communicating with Parents

Trying to get my daughter at age three to tell me anything more about her day was like running into a brick wall. I was lucky though, because when she went to preschool, I did too. What about all those parents who bring their little one to preschool or childcare and that is all they hear?
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Classroom Management

When your preschool students walk into your classroom what do they see? Try standing on your knees at the door of your classroom and see if your classroom looks inviting, warm, clean, fun, and organized or does your classroom look cluttered, dirty, and chaotic.
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Fostering Positive Relationships with Students

One of the key elements in creating excellence in the classroom is developing healthy bonds with your students. To develop a healthy bond with each of your students keep some of the following key points in mind.
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Child Safety

Having a baby is plenty scary itself, being responsible for another human being. You’ve also got lots of potentially dangerous things lying around the house. Think about your baby crawling across the floor. Anything your child can reach can be a potential threat.
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