Focus on Early Literacy Series: Rhyming

Why is Rhyming Important for Early Literacy? Rhyming is an important pre-reading skill for several reasons. One of them being, it’s  a predictive factor in reading success. That’s not to say that if your child is not good at rhyming as a preschooler or...

Why An In-Home Preschool?

What is a Family Child Care Home and What are the Potential Advantages of this Type of Early Childhood Education? An in-home preschool is an early childhood education program that is operated out of the preschool owner’s home. The preschool must be licensed by the...

First Day of Preschool: Book Recommendations

Starting preschool can be a challenging day for our little learners. This is especially true if this is their first adventure in preschool or if it is a totally new preschool to them. Just think of all the new things they will encounter throughout the day. From a new...

Transitions in Preschoolers

Over the past several years, there has been a dramatic increase in child care for preschool-aged children. Whether it is a day care center, a traditional  public or private preschool, or a home preschool, children are expected to transition smoothly between...

Reading Winter Books with your Preschool Child

Hi Everyone! Thanks for checking in on the Imagination Station Preschool blog. I had a great time at the Stapleton Winter Welcome and got to meet many families! Thanks for stopping by and chatting with me in the cold! Winter is such a great time of year to participate...