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Is Your Toddler Ready for Preschool? Know the Signs!

In our preschool in New York, we have seen different kinds of children. We have witnessed how each child adjusts to their new environment at Sharon Baptist Head Start. Because of this, we know that each child goes through a unique experience to be ready for preschool. But, at the end of the day, we … Continue reading

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Storytelling: How to Attract & Keep a Child’s Attention

Do you remember the first time you have been transported to a magical place when listening to stories? We all experienced that when we were children. It’s because storytelling has a way of opening our creative mind. Well, that is, if the storyteller knows what to do. As parents of preschoolers, it will benefit you … Continue reading

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Introducing: The Stages of a Child’s Writing Skills

Writing is an essential skill of human language and communication. We write in order to deliver a message with accuracy and thought when our verbal abilities are limited. The great thing about writing is that it can be learned. Starting on the child’s early years, you can already hone their writing skills. In our Preschool … Continue reading

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Help! My Toddler Bites! What Should I Do?

Even if your toddler doesn’t have a biting behavior, you know some parents who do have toddlers who bite. So let this post help both of you. As a provider of childcare in Bronx, New York, we know this behavior to be common at this age. So we encourage parents to be patient and more … Continue reading

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Parent Hack: How to Build Your Preschooler’s Confidence

As young as they are, children already seek your affirmation and praise. Your confidence in them builds their confidence in themselves. For this reason, praises and verbal appreciations contribute greatly to the emotional and social development of children, especially during their formative years which is during the preschool years. Along with this, however, your role … Continue reading

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