Links to Parents Preschool Blog

Links to Parents Preschool Blog

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4 Books to Read with Your Preschooler During National Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) is a time to honor the cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. Books are an easy and interactive way to expand your child’s awareness and appreciation of Hispanic…
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How Our Literacy-Rich Classrooms Foster a Love of Learning

How Our Literacy-Rich Classrooms Foster a Love of Learning

Our teachers inspire a love of reading and language every day by creating a child-centered, literacy-rich environment where stories, letters, and words are consistently introduced to students. In our classrooms, materials are labeled with photographs and words, vocabulary development is paramount, and children’s writing attempts are apparent. Below are a…
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What Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Looks Like in Our Classrooms

Children learn best, develop self-confidence, and thrive when they feel valued and supported. Because of this, diversity, inclusion, and belonging are hallmarks of our school community. Our teachers strive to cultivate learning environments that foster respect and acceptance and encourage students to learn from and with each other. Our classrooms…
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Math activities for preschoolers

At-Home Math Activities for Infants through Pre-K

Everyday experiences are packed with mathematical concepts that fascinate and challenge children and help them to make sense of their world. Even the youngest infants can begin to foster their math skills by listening to stories that involve counting and repetition. In our classrooms, students learn the foundations of addition,…
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