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Learning Vision Skills in Preschool Helps a Child’s Learning for Life

December 14, 2010 @ 11:16 am
by Darin
Learning vision skills is an essential part of a child’s development in the preschool years.  Vision skills lays the groundwork for future academic achievement, because these are the building blocks upon which a child’s reading, writing and spelling will be built.  Failure to develop the right skills in the early years can lead to a lifetime of struggling at school, frustration and underachieving. Learning Vision Skills is Essential The development of correct learning vision skills is an essential part of a child’s overall development in the preschool years.  Yet the vision skills development is most often overlooked in preschool curriculums, […]

Kindergarten games

December 14, 2010 @ 10:53 am
by Darin
If you are interested in kindergarten games for your child you will find that there is a wealth of material available across the Internet.  Obviously, kindergarten games are designed to be fun as well as educational, but how can you be sure that they are having the desired effect for child.  Are you just playing kindergarten games, or are you actually developing within your child skills and techniques that will last throughout their lifetime of learning. Kindergarten Games are More Than Just Games! Kindergarten games need to do more than just fun games children play together.  Children can go anywhere […]