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Choosing the Right Preschool

After ten years of blissful marriage, my husband and I are finally ready to start a family. Because I’m a certified secondary English teacher and a former accounting instructor, education is extremely important to me. When my future child enters kindergarten, I want him or her to be fully prepared for success. Therefore, I know my choice of a preschool to send my little one is a crucial one. Do you have a child who is almost ready to start attending preschool? If you haven’t selected an educational institution for your kid, you need to start looking immediately. On this blog, you will learn the characteristics of a first-rate preschool. Enjoy!

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Is an elementary Montessori education the right choice for your child? You've heard of Montessori preschools—but your child is too old for this type of program. Before you enroll your child in a primary school, take a look at what you need to know about Montessori education, multi-age groupings, and the lower elementary level. Are Montessori Schools Preschools?  The United States is home to thousands of Montessori schools. These programs include a mix of preschools, preschool/primary grades, and elementary options. Read More 

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In the US, kids enroll in schools from four to six years of age, however, it can vary depending on the State. There's also the option of pre-school for younger children below four years. The toddler age, which is popularly known as the terrible twos, starts at about one year, and most parents are usually at a crossroads on the best time to enroll their children in school. The truth of the matter is, there's no right time since a child starts learning from the time they're born. Read More 

Does Your Child Have Autism? Use ABA Therapy To Help

If you have a child with autism, you likely need as much help as you can get. You may be having problems with your child, but there is help with therapy. One type of therapy is known as ABA therapy. You can hire a professional to do this for your child. Below is information about what this therapy is and the benefits it can offer you and your child. ABA Therapy Read More 

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For most parents, choosing an elementary school for their child is a tough choice. Parents want their children to receive the best education possible, but they also want their children to be in the right environment. While there are many wonderful public schools, attending a public elementary school is not always the best option for every child. For some families, a private school education may be a better fit. Thus, it is not surprising that private Christian schools are a popular choice for many parents. Read More 

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If you had a baby and it is now time for you to go back to work, this can be very hard on you. It can be easier on you, however, if you find a good daycare for your child. Below are some things you should look for in a daycare, so you can feel better about leaving your baby and going back to work. Experience and Qualifications The daycare providers should all be certified in CPR. Read More