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Here are some tips to guide your child through the move from preschool to kindergarten.
Children come to kindergarten from a wide variety of experiences, so expecting them all to know and be able to do the same things is unrealistic.
Resources from a number of educational organizations about how to talk to children after a tragedy, the psychological impact, and tips for dealing with what children learn from the media.
Curiosity, problem solving, and persistence are just a few approaches to learning that children develop through play.
Oftentimes, children's play is more than what meets the eye. Read this article for ten great facts about your child and play!
Children need plenty of opportunities to play with a variety of good toys and materials. Learn about the value of good toys and what to think about before selecting a toy for your child.
Want to be an active participant in your child's parent-teacher conferences? Here are some useful ideas to help you stay focused on what's best for your child.
When they pretend, children use props and clothing--and their imagination. Halloween costumes are often very specific in their design, so there may be less room for creativity.
The most important thing a grownup can do is to know an individual child and watch for her reactions to potentially scary images and situations
Starting school can be scary and exciting. Here are some ideas to help prepare both you and your child for kindergarten.