We use this area of our website to share articles that may help you in dealing with some common challenges faced by parents of Preschool or Pre-K children. If you would like an article for a specific topic, please contact us with your suggestion. Something you have concerns about may be helpful to other parents as well.
When your child turns five in May-September, do you keep him or her in another year of Pre-K or do you move your child along to kindergarten? We weigh in with some observations and questions to consider.read more
These self-help skills not only help in the classroom, but they give your child greater independence and build their confidence.read more
This article will help you understand the primary differences between Preschool and Pre-K classes at the St. Pius X Children’s Center.read more
If you’re having difficulty getting your three-, four- or five-year-old to listen and cooperate, try some time-tested approaches from our Preschool and Pre-K experience.read more
Play is how young children learn. It seems at times that play is undervalued and trivialized, when in fact play is a very necessary component of child development. This article helps you understand what play teaches.read more
With over 100 years of combined experience across our faculty, we have compiled the following tips to help you succeed as a parent when your child faces separation anxiety.read more