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Fall 2020 Enrollment: Your Questions Answered

We've been asked alot of questions about Fall enrollment for preschool and pre-kindergarten so we've complied all our answers into this handy blog post. For any questions, feel free to contact us.

3 Quick Ways to Help Your Child Through Their First Day at Preschool (San Leandro)

Taking your child to their first day at preschool can seem scary at first.

Not knowing how your child is going to behave or react to their new environment can seem overwhelming for parents and caregivers as well as little ones, but this is a totally normal response to a very important day.

At our brand new preschool facility in San Leandro, we are committed to providing children age 6 months to 5 years a stimulating environment to learn and develop through a play-based curriculum.

Whether your child is learning valuable STEAM skills that will give them an advantage in kindergarten, or practicing their communication through play with their peers, you can rest easy in the knowledge that our preschools give children the start in life they deserve.

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Whether this is your first child to attend preschool or they already have siblings who have gone through the process before, their emotions – and yours – are likely to be running high.

However, there are some ways to make the transition a little easier.

Let’s discover 3 quick tips to help your child get through their first day at preschool.

Understanding Preschool Anxiety: 3 Quick Tips to Help Manage Your Child’s Separation Anxiety



Separation anxiety is a common experience in preschool children and usually occurs when preschooler’s struggle if kept apart from their caregiver.

Like in adults, children can experience physical symptoms of anxiety such as feeling fidgety, finding it hard to concentrate or trouble sleeping.

Children under 5 are beginning to understand the world around them and with this newfound knowledge comes a need to express their worries.

Preschool is a fantastic environment for your child to play with others and learn valuable life skills.

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Be that as it may, for some children, being dropped off can be a difficult experience, particularly for preschoolers who haven’t spent much time away from home without a caregiver.

Separation anxiety can negatively affect a child’s daily life. Even more importantly, watching your child become tearful can be upsetting and confusing.

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It’s important to remember that anxiety is a normal emotion and a response to our fears and uncertainties.

But how can you help your preschooler to manage their worries?

Discover our pick of 3 quick strategies to ease your preschooler’s separation anxiety.

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Back to school: 3 top tips to make your kid’s next step as fun and easy as possible

It’s nearly September which only means one thing to all the parents out there…. back to school! For most parents with children aged 2-6, those three words can either fill you with glee or leave you brimming with dread. Whichever it is, you have an opportunity to makes these last few days as fun as possible whilst giving you some time to prep and make September’s transition as stress-free for you and your kid.

Here are three top tips which can apply to all families with children entering preschool, pre-kindergarten, or kindergarten in San Francisco's Bay Area.