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December 28, 2017     Category: VPKKindergarten

VPK gives 4 and 5-year-olds a jumpstart on education and it’s FREE!The Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program – or VPK – is a free prekindergarten program for 4 and 5-year-olds who reside in Florida. To participate, children must be 4 years of age on or before September 1 of the current school year. Parents can enroll their child that year or wait until the following year when their child is 5. Click here for more information.About Voluntary PrekindergartenFlorida was one of the first states in the country to offer free prekinde...

October 26, 2017     Category: HolidaysHalloween

Halloween Traditions and TriviaHalloween is one of the most popular events of the year. We all love the candy, costumes, parties, and spooky chills and we probably have a few family traditions to help celebrate the season. T's Learning Centers in Jacksonville and St. Augustine love to celebrate the holiday with our preschoolers and all our daycare children and families! Here are a few more traditions you may want to adopt. Pick one or two and plan some additional fun for your family this Halloween season.Get in the Mood - Watch the Classic...

August 23, 2017     Category: ReadingKindergarten

Give your child the best in reading as they head to Kindergarten!Here are 10 books that will be a big hit for you and the kids! It’s that time of year again: back-to-school season! A great way to get children excited about learning is through reading; but with so many books on the market, it can be difficult to pick reads that are both enjoyable and beneficial. Looking for a little guidance? Here is a list of 10 helpful and memorable works of literature that will give your child a head start in kindergarten this fall!1.   ...

August 20, 2017     Category: Early Childhood EducationKindergarten

Making the best of the Kindergarten year for your child!There are four areas of focus.If you or someone you know has a child entering kindergarten in the Jacksonville or St. Augustine areas, you may be asking the following questions: "What is the best way to prepare?" "What are some thing you can do at home that will give them an advantage when they begin classroom work?" Whether you child is a daycare or preschool student already or entering into school for the first time, there are four key areas to look at when preparing for the upcoming aca...

October 02, 2016     Category: BehaviorSleepPreparationCommunication

Fussing Over Your Child's NaptimeEvery parent knows this familiar scenario all too well: Your toddler gives all the signals of being exhausted and needing sleep — she yawns and rubs her eyes, flops on the floor, and bursts into tears of frustration at the slightest thing — but she still won't go down for a nap.There actually is a very simple explanation: Toddlers fight the urge to rest because they are too interested in what's going on around them. Your curious toddler has so much to see and do and is afraid that if she sleeps, she'll be mi...