Going outside to play is important for all children and today we enjoyed the outside with some fun in the snow in KI!
Mrs. Serra’s Tip: Healthy Eating Is Essential In the Preschool Years! Preschool children can be picky eaters. For many parents, picturing a preschooler stubbornly throwing a piece of broccoli to the floor in disgust is something familiar. However tiring it might be, it’s important that you work on convincing your child to eat that piece […]
Mrs. Serra’s Tips: Important Beginnings… Activities For Parents of Preschoolers That Will Build A Love of Reading • Read together every day. Read to your child every single day. Make this a warm and loving routine time when the two of you can cuddle close together. Bedtime is an especially great time for reading together. […]
Our school encourages all children to be bucket fillers. Starting the first week of school the children read the story Have You Filled a Bucket Today by Carol McCloud and David Messing. This story is a great way to introduce what it means to fill a friend’s bucket and why we should not be bucket […]
Here a Here are some helpful tips for making a smooth transition into a new preschool year: 1. Attend a group read aloud time at the Hunterdon County Library so that your child can get used to listening to a story in a group setting. 2. Be sure to establish a wake up and go to bed […]
In the age of iPads and cell phones, children’s fine motor skills are not being developed to the extent they should be and there is research showing that this is beginning to effect children going into kindergarten. Here are some tips to help you to build your child’s fine motor skills. A young child’s fine […]