There’s a really easy way to spice up your child’s ordinary reading and writing routine: poetry! Sprinkling some poems into your usual mix can keep reading time feeling fresh and fun for the entire family, while dramatically boosting your kid’s literacy skills.
Although there is no definitive map for arriving at the “right” preschool, programs do have some signposts. You just have to know they are there. What I learned from visiting schools and talking to experts boils down to this: Focus on the teachers.
For the girls out there who love all things pink and girly, Pinkalicious gives them a role model who is valued by her community: a girl who is never made to feel like she has to choose between loving pink and being a smart, creative thinker.
Did you know that arts activities can improve children’s school skills and “smarts”? Activities like singing, playing instruments, dancing, and drawing can help children be better at math, science, and literacy.