Have You Decided To Send Your Child To Private Schools?

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Was your child in a public school in the past? If so, perhaps you were disappointed with that experience. Maybe the classes were so large that the teacher couldn’t give your child enough personal attention. Or, it might be that you were concerned about the curriculum.  No matter the reason that you were unhappy with the public school setting, have you already decided on the next step for your child? If so, then you don’t need to continue reading.…

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8 Important Ways Preschool Helps Parents, Too

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While the primary beneficiary of preschool is likely to be your child, there are many ways in which this wondrous time improves your life as well. Beyond the ABCs and 123s, walking through the doors of that preschool with your child is going to open up many other doors to a promising future. Here are a few ways you will benefit from sending your child to preschool and some good reasons to look forward to this important milestone for the entire family:…

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Using a Comfort Object to Help Your Child Transition to Daycare

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Transitioning your child to daycare can be a difficult and traumatic situation for both of you. Often, your child simply can’t handle the separation and may panic. Transitioning to a daycare setting is often easier if you use a comfort item to ease their fears. Comfort Objects Are Psychologically Important Children often place a lot of psychological importance on a specific toy and use it for comfort. Think of Linus from Peanuts: although he is one of the most intelligent and wisest children in the comic strip, he is never without his comfort blanket.…

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