We have been creating so many wonderful memories this fall. We enjoyed our field trip to Hermann’s Farm! As you can see some of the many things we were busy doing throughout our days. We especially enjoyed the visit from our local fire department. They took time out of their busy schedule to h
Creating an environment where your kids can make healthy nutritional choices is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure the health of your child. By fostering a supportive environment, you and your family can develop a positive relationship with healthy food. You can lead them by your
A delicious mud pie, a good-luck rock, or a friendly frog are the types of goodies kids love to bring home. But these adorable gifts can also bring millions of germs with them. Kids don’t always listen when you tell them to wash their hands before eating, after using the bathroom, or when they c
Saying goodbye to stinky diapers is one of the milestones that parents look forward to most. And kids generally are excited about wearing “big-kid underwear”—most start to show signs of readiness between 18 and 24 months. Of course, the process is not without its pitfalls. Find out the best wa
Tips for Parents from Preschool Teachers Posted On: 08.27.2015 By: Sara Winslow | No Comments Getting the Best from Your Child I worry that my 3-year-old, Sophie, has a split personality. At school she cleans up her toys, puts on her shoes, and is entirely self-sufficient at potty time. At home, she
Wow! March has come and gone already. We finally had the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors this month with a few nice days. We hope April brings more nice weather days!
Preschool Art: Why Children Need a Variety Posted On: 03.18.2014 By: Bright Start | No Comments When it comes to preschool art, getting out the crayons is never enough. Preschoolers want markers, chalk, paint, and play dough. It seems the messier it is, the more appealing it is to create with!
What a long winter! The teachers have done an excellent job keeping the children active and busy throughout these cold wintery days. Take a look at the many activities we have done this month. “The Art of teaching is the art of Discovery” Hopefully we can [
Preschool: Getting Your Child Ready for Kindergarten Posted On: 01.16.2014 By: Bright Start | No Comments From birth to kindergarten, children grow up so quickly. Baby coos turn into syllables, which become words, and the next thing you know you have a preschooler speaking in full sentences! Su
Hope your Friday has been as much fun as ours! Enjoy your weekend and we will see you on Monday!