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When Should You “Redshirt” Your Preschooler?

Posted by on Jul 27, 2015 in Uncategorized |

If you’re not sure your child is ready to transition from an unstructured daycare or home care setting to preschool, or from preschool to kindergarten, you may be considering “redshirting” your child — delaying his or her entrance into the next level of education for a year to allow needed emotional growth to take place. However, there are a few factors you’ll want to consider to ensure you make the best decision for your child, as well as a few situations in which redshirting may not be the best idea. Read on...

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How To Prevent Child Abuse In Your Preschool Center

Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Children rely on adults to protect them. They need to know that they will be safe from harm, and they need to feel secure. Sadly, there have been some horror stories involving preschool services that have made parents and children uncomfortable with what should be a very safe home away from home. There are some things you can do in your preschool to prevent child abuse, no matter what form it takes. Screen and Background Check Every Teacher Some of the preschools involved in the horrific episodes of child abuse made a key error when they...

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How To Choose The Best Online Driver’s Education Courses

Posted by on May 18, 2015 in Uncategorized |

If you would like to get your driver’s license but find yourself too busy to take a regular driver’s education course, then you may want to consider doing an online course instead. Online driver’s education courses are becoming popular due to their convenience and high level of flexibility. If you would like to take your driver’s education course online then here are a few tips for choosing the best online courses. State Approval Before taking any online driver’s education course you must first make sure that the...

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Should You Stay Home With Your Child Or Send Them To Daycare?

Posted by on Apr 7, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

One of the most difficult questions for many new parents to answer is whether they should stay home and raise their child or send their child to daycare so that they can return to the workforce. What makes this question so difficult is that there truly is no right answer that applies to all families. Instead, this decision must be made on a personal level based upon a variety of factors. Below you will learn more about these factors and how they can impact your decision regarding the use of childcare. Money Finances are perhaps the most...

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How An Educational Consultant Can Help You Establish An Educational Program For Your Autistic Child

Posted by on Feb 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Raising a child with autism is a 24-hour job. Autism is a spectrum disorder, meaning that one person suffering from autism may be more affected by the disorder than someone else with the disorder may. This can make life very difficult for the parents of a child with autism because it can be hard to pinpoint the exact way their child learns because each child requires different adjustments to suit their specific needs. Meeting with an educational consultant can help you learn a few ways to help your child learn and develop the skills they need...

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How To Know If Your Child Is Ready For Kindergarten

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Sending your child to kindergarten is a big decision. Many parents decide if their child is ready for formal schooling strictly on the child’s age. However some parents choose to hold back the child for a year, don’t send the child at all, or even send the child early if they seem ready. As a parent, you know your child best and understand their needs. If your child is nearing the age for kindergarten you might be wondering if they are ready. Here are some signs that they are ready to start their formal education. 1. The Child Is...

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Benefits Of A Musical Education: What You Should Know

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

In the world of education, the primary focus is moving away from a varied education filled with the arts and elective coursework, and settling on core educative subjects such as English, math, history, and science. Unfortunately, this can mean that many students miss out on the many benefits of a musical education. Before you go discounting the need for your child to participate in music programs, learn some of the many potential benefits they may be missing out on. Then, you can make the decision whether to get your child involved in school...

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What You Should Know About Pro Bono Legal Services

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Pro bono legal services are provided by lawyers who offer their legal services free of charge or for a very low fee. They provide these services to the general public as a way to give back to their community, earn a donation to charitable organizations, and sometimes due to their local guidelines. There are pro bono services provided by all types of lawyers, from family and civil law, to criminal and corporate law. Here are some things to know about pro bono legal services and the attorneys providing them. Pro Bono Lawyers Are Not...

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Tips To Encourage Good Behavior In Your New Preschool Student

Posted by on Nov 21, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Preschool programs are a proven asset to young children, providing them with a solid foundation in reading, counting and socializing with children their own age. But shifting into school days can be challenging for children used to the constant presence of their parents. The stress of separation can lead to lower learning rates and problematic behavior, disrupting the entire class. These are four ways to make your child’s transition into preschool easier for everyone and help you get the most out of your investment.  Encouraging...

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Head Start: Empowering Parents To Participate In Their Child’s Education

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Parents are a child’s first and most important teachers. From the time a baby is born, it observes and absorbs all the words and actions of their parents. As the child grows, other teachers and role models enter the child’s life. But none is so influential as the parent. The Head Start program is an early childhood development program regulated by the US federal government. The Head Start guidelines promote supporting and empowering parents to play a strong part in their child’s education.   What is Head Start? In 1965,...

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