Even though your child may still be in early intervention, it is never too early to get yourself prepared for beginning to work with your school district. We recommend that when your child turns 2.5 years old, you begin initiating the process. Each stat..
Building Early Mathematics Skills Math is more than adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing numbers. Developing early math skills helps build critical thinking and problem solving skills for young children. Rest assured, there’s no need to hire..
Special Education teachers Jennie Chien and Jennifer Martinez from Learning Links Preschool in Burlingame, California recommend that families preparing their toddler for the first day of preschool create a preschool preview book. “It’s a great way..
Young children develop an understanding of science concepts through active engagement with their environment. Infants begin learning about science as they begin to explore the world through their senses. In the preschool years, children learn to make obse..
Supporting your Child’s Literacy Development Sing songs with your child to develop vocabulary, sequencing, and phonemic awareness Examples: “Itsy Bitsy Spider” and “Three Little Monkeys Teasing Mr. Alligator” Read to your child regularly. Find b..
General Principles These are general principles to keep in mind as you work with your child to enhance pre-academic development: Provide engaging, meaningful, hands-on experiences to ensure a strong academic foundation. Young children learn by doing. Enco..