It's hard to let go of your child when they fly from the nest and go off to their first day of preschool. Parents shouldn't look at the downside of thing but the positive side that preschool brings to their child.

Smarter Kids Through Preschool Learning & Activities?

By M.Robinson E.C.E -- We all want our preschool kids to be smart. We all want our children to learn faster. We desire these things because we know that early learning, when done properly will make our pre school children smarter at an earlier age. Right? Of course we do! We know that they will advance quicker in math, learning their numbers, learning to count, learning simple words, learning to print, learning their letters through the alphabet etc. We... more

Co-operative Preschool Benefits Both Child and Their Parents

By Travis Waack -- Many of you met some of your friends while your children were in preschool, a co-operative preschool, to be exact. Busy parents often find the concept of participating in their child's preschool to be overwhelming and don't even consider the option. However, before excluding the thought of being much involved in your little one's school, consider the benefits. Parent Co-operative Preschools are run by the parents. In these schools there are various levels of participation... more

Stress Relief Techniques For A Preschool Child - Part One

By Anna Hart -- Many years ago, children from birth to four or five years of age exercised natural preschool stress relief. Training in preschool stress relief was both unknown and unnecessary. Stay at home mothers never worried about trying to increase self-concept in their preschool children. They did not work to instill artificial coping skills and specialized anger management skills in pre-schoolers. Common sense dictated preschool stress relief efforts. In the twenty-first century, however, many who themselves mismanage... more

Maybe Preschool Is the Problem

By Jennifer Steinhauer -- A new study released last week by the Yale Child Study Center found that preschool children are three times as likely to be expelled as children in primary school, and that roughly 5,000 preschool children are turned out each year. The study, the first of its kind, did not come to conclude what leads to the expellable behavior. And clearly a well-established list of attributes - poverty, clinical disorders, inconsistent parenting - contribute to the... more