In order to foster both educational and emotional growth in preschool children, …
Preschool is an exciting time for parents and children. Children take their first steps towards independence and learning at this pivotal stage in their lives. Mothers wait eagerly to find out how they will adapt.
During this time, it’s a good idea to work with your preschooler outside of school to enforce what they are being taught and to help them develop in the healthiest way possible. The Moms Who Think Preschool section gives you valuable advice on what you should be working on with your child.
We start by advising mothers to create a lesson plan for their child. So, if a mother wants to teach her child about numbers, she will have a plan outlining exactly how she will be going about doing this. She will have all the tools necessary to teach her child efficiently.
Next, we recommend activities you can do with your child to help them learn and things that they can learn about. Activities can include arts and crafts, outdoor fun and more. You can work on teaching them numbers, colors, letters of the alphabet and other basics they will need to prepare them for learning.
When your child starts preschool, he or she may be filled with mixed emotions. They may be excited to be interacting with other children and starting on their educational journey, but they also may be nervous about leaving mommy and having to live up to teacher’s expectations.
Do what you can to support them. Check out our articles for fun activities that will enforce their learning experience and give them the tools they need to be successful.