Navigating Your Child's Education: Ages 3-K

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Math for Preschoolers: Easy as 1-2-3?

By Worthington Christian School on May 27, 2021 8:00 PM

When it comes to preschoolers and math, counting numbers is likely the first thing that comes to mind. Learning to count is typically the first obvious "math" skill that children pick up in their earliest years. But as babies and toddlers become preschoolers and move closer and closer to Kindergarten, there are a number of additional "math" skills that they must acquire as a foundation for their formal education.

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Books Build a Lifetime of Connection

By Lisa Golden on Apr 15, 2021 8:00 PM

We know that early literacy is important and a great indicator of future academic success, but there are many other benefits to young children reading and engaging with books, especially when doing so with a caring adult. Reading offers the opportunity for children and caregivers to experience several elements that strengthen their connection with each other.

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A Time for Everything

By Laura Fitzpatrick on Mar 11, 2021 8:00 PM

I never thought physics would have a direct impact on my parenting. Yet, as my kids get older, I find myself thinking more about time and space, and I'm beginning to see these realities in a new way.

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