• Physical Development, Health and Safety Parent Guide

    Please join us in helping your child get off to the best possible start in life by guiding his physical development and teaching him about health and safety. You are your child’s first and most important teacher. Preschool-age children love to imitate adults. You teach your child both by your own behavior and by telling him what you want him to learn.

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  • Literacy Parent Guide

    Please join us in this early literacy initiative by being the first and most important early literacy teacher for your child. As a parent you are your child’s first teacher and that is an important role. Learning to read and write are essential achievements for your child’s success in school and in later life.

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  • Social/Emotional Parent Guide

    Please join us in helping your child get off to the best possible start in life by guiding his social and emotional development. You are your child’s first and most important teacher. Social and emotional skills are essential for your child’s success in school and in life. Your child will learn many of these skills by his interactions with you. You are teaching him every day you are with him by what you say and do. Your child will be more likely to learn the essential skills to prepare him for kindergarten if you make an intentional effort to teach him what he needs to know.

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  • Science Parent Guide

    Please join us in helping your child get off to the best possible start in life by guiding her interest in science. You are your child’s first and most important teacher. She learns by watching what you do and listening to what you say. You can provide the best possible science foundation by expressing a sense of wonder and delight as you explore the world together.

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  • Mathematics Parent Guide

    Please join us in helping your child get off to the best possible start in life by guiding her development in mathematics. You are your child’s first and most important teacher. Your child already has a wealth of informal knowledge about mathematics as a result of her everyday experiences and the strategies she creates to deal with events in her life.

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