Tips to Prepare Your Child for Preschool

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Sending your child to preschool is an excellent way to prepare for kindergarten and expose your child to other students and a classroom environment. Since preschool mostly focuses on learning through play and developing the social and emotional skills needed to be successful in kindergarten, there isn’t much you need to do to prepare your child from an academic standpoint. Getting your child ready for preschool mostly involves helping him or her adapt to a routine and being away from you.…

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Fun Activities That Will Help Your Preschooler Practice The Letters Of The Alphabet

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If your preschooler is currently learning the letters of the alphabet in school and you would like to help them practice at home, use the activities below. Your child will likely enjoy each of the options, which will help them remain focused and interested while reinforcing the letters that have been introduced at school.  Picture Collages Purchase alphabet stencils and trace them on a piece of cardstock. Use a pair of scissors to cut out the stencils.…

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Training Options That Will Help Your Teenaged Child Prepare To Try Out For Their School's Swim Team

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If your teenaged child is an accomplished swimmer and has decided to take their swimming ability to the next level by trying out for their highschool’s swim team or another competitive swim team through a place like the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati, help your child achieve their goal with the training options below. Seek A Private Instructor If you have a pool on your property that your child swims in on a routine basis, brushing up on swimming strokes and learning how to move across the water while using precise movements can help your child stand out when they try out for the swim team.…

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