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Reading Developmental Milestones for Preschoolers

The road to reading is filled with twists, turns, and endless loops. No two children follow the same exact path. Children develop at differing rates and spend varying times in each stage of development. That said, there are some general guidelines that many young people follow in their journey toward literacy. If you have concerns, speak... Read More

Tips for Teaching Your Child the Gift of Giving Back

Following a particularly combative election and a series of natural disasters throughout the world, many parents are seeking ways to bring the spirit of giving to their families. More than ever, people are reaching into their pockets to offer relief for a variety of causes. Yet the concept of handing money to others, particularly in... Read More

Is Your Child Ready for Preschool?

Your child can’t sit still for long periods of time. He or she isn’t completely potty-trained. Your little one would never be able to withstand hours away from you! These are just a few of the reasons we can come up with to discourage ourselves from signing our children up for preschool. If you’re currently... Read More

Helping Your Preschooler Become Less Shy

By: Theresa Stanton | Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine Sometimes even the chattiest of kids can become shy. In unfamiliar setting they might become bashful and either hide or they may not respond to questions. Don’t worry, it is perfectly normal for a child to be timid. During preschool years it is common for kids shyness... Read More