The Importance of Learning Through Play
Play is an important part of learning, and parents can help. It's no secret that kids love to play, but there's so much more to play than having fun. In fact, play is an excellent way to learn, both in structured and unstructured environments, according to education experts...
What is toilet training? Toilet training is teaching your child to recognize his or her body signals for urinating and having a bowel movement. Toilet training is also teaching your child to use a potty child or toilet correctly and at the appropriate times.
Helping Preschoolers Cope With Separation Anxiety
The first day of a new preschool, or even the first day in a new classroom in the old preschool, can be met with a mix of excitement and anxiety for kids and parents alike. Although it's fun to embark on a new adventure and many preschoolers delight in the feeling of being "big," change can be scary for little ones (and their worried parents)...
Preschool-age children (ages 3 to 5) are still developing their eating habits and need encouragement to eat healthy meals and snacks. These children are eager to learn, especially from other people...
Child Sleep: Put Preschool Bedtime Problems to Rest
You're past middle-of-the-night feedings and diaper changes. But a good night's sleep is still out of reach for your 3- to 5-year-old. Maybe bedtime has turned into a battle of wills. Or maybe you're having trouble getting your little one to stay in bed all night.