The Preschool Parent Blog

Play-Based Learning

As we continue to look at tools and methods used by preschool teachers, today we discuss a fundamental: Play-Based Learning.
Without a doubt Play-Based Learning is a natural way for children to learn and something you are already doing at home. This is one of the best methods a preschool teacher can use and with a little thought, you can build on your "play" at home.

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Inquiry Based Learning

This is the first in a series of blog posts with brief descriptions and suggestions for bringing the preschool experience into your home. The series will cover various teaching styles that help preschoolers blossom. Hopefully a little something for everyone. Today, Inquiry Based Learning.

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Music At Home - Part 1

You can sing or make up rhythms anywhere, anytime, but today we’ll talk about some ideas for having a regular music time at home. Some of my preschool families have been asking for ideas for a music class at home so in this, 2-part series, I plan to cover some of the basics to get you started.

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Building a Preschool Routine

If your child has recently started preschool, there are a few things you should know about getting used to a school routine. First and foremost, it takes a good five weeks to really build a routine. It’s all about expectations and your child becoming accustomed to the new routine.

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