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...

Identifying the learning style of your child

Identifying your child’s specific learning style can be a tricky and often overwhelming task for parents especially when we learn differently from our own children. It is very important to identify how your child learns for their future success in school, and...