Preschool Checklist

preschool checklist

Preschool is a fun setting for young children to help them prepare for school. It mainly involves learning through play, and children will learn some basic elements of numeracy and literacy, such as identifying letters, counting etc. In this article, let’s look at what child should be prepared to bring to preschool. However, it’s probably … Read more

Preschool vs Nursery

preschool vs nursery

Your little one is already growing up and it’s time for them to attend a preschool or a nursery setting. But what does each one provide and is one better than the other. Does your child need to go to both? Preschool is designed to prepare your child for school usually by learning through play. … Read more

Can You Wear Diapers To School?

Although it might feel an embarrassing subject, it’s not that uncommon for some children to wear diapers or training pants when they’re at elementary school. This is because it can take time for the bladder to develop and hold urine for long periods of time. Furthermore, night time potty training can take a lot longer … Read more

Does A Baby Know When Their Father Touches Mom’s Belly?

For any expectant parents, there is something incredibly magical seeing your baby kick when they are still in the womb. It’s a first real connection with your child and it’s something you’ll never forget. But do babies react differently when mom touches her belly, or when dad does it? It’s hard to say for sure, … Read more

Goddard vs Primrose School

There are many options for preschools and day care for young children. While many parents just choose whatever is more convenient in terms of location, if you are fortunate to live close enough to multiple preschools, you can consider the pros and cons of each and pick the right one for you. But what options … Read more

Goddard vs Montessori

Goddard and Montessori are both approaches to early childhood education and care. The Goddard School promotes your child’s learning through discovery and play where teachers guide and identify areas for their development. The Montessori approach is child-driven and therefore teachers follow the child’s own lead for their education. Let’s dive in deeper and learn more … Read more