Tag : preschoolers

Preschoolers In New York

Early Learning  21 March '17

Probe Reveals Preschoolers In NY Afraid Of Teachers; Findings Show Increasing Misconduct Complaints Against Educators

New York's Special Commissioner of Investigation Commissioner Richard Condon leads the probing body that handles the complaints.

Bed Time And Obesity: Research Reveals That Obesity Is Linked To Bed Time Routines During Preschool

Early Learning  15 January '17

Bed Time And Obesity: Research Reveals Obesity Is Linked To Bed Time Routines During Preschool

Researchers reveal that a preschooler's bedtime routine is linked to obesity.

Day Care center

Toddler  3 January '17

Springgettsbury Township Woman Left Six Children, Infants Unattended At Home Day Care For 20 Minutes To Get More Children

A Springettsbury Township woman left a total of six children, who are ages two and below, unattended for 20 minutes.

Ave Marie Friends preschool

Toddler  9 November '16

Food Poisoning? 21 Preschoolers From Lauderhill Preschool In Florida Taken To Hospitals After Getting Sick For Eating Lunch

Twenty-one preschoolers fell ill on Monday after eating lunch.

Government Assistance Programs Aid Underprivileged Communities In New York State

Body  17 October '16

Here's Why Preschoolers Are Getting Fat: Study Reveals Sleep Deprivation In Kids Linked To Heavy Eating

Studies have already indicated that there is a link between lack of sleep and indulging in food. Experts say that this problem can also affect preschool children.


Development  8 October '16

Parenting News & Updates: Understanding Preschoolers' Social-Emotional Development

Parents should know that preschoolers undergo social-emotional development. Use few tips to help them differentiate between emotions and actions.


Early Learning  29 September '16

Is Racial Bias Present Among Teachers As Early As Preschool? Yale University Study Claims It Is

Preschool teachers are not free from racial bias in their treatment of their students as found in a recent study.

Children Head Back To School In Chicago

Early Learning  26 July '16

Black Preschoolers Receive More Suspensions In School, Government Studies Find

Government data finds that more suspensions are given to black preschoolers in school.

Teacher Surprised With $10,000 As A Knowledge Universe Early Childhood Educator Award Winner

Development  29 June '16

New Study Reveals Link Between Babies’ Motor Milestones And Preschoolers’ Cognitive And Adaptive Skills

A recent U.S. study has suggested a connection between the timing of a baby’s motor milestones to his or her cognitive and adaptive skills when they are in preschool.

Princess Tiana's Official Induction Into The Disney Princess Royal Court

Development  22 June '16

Elsa, Anna Or Disney Princesses Bad For Children? 'Princess Culture' Hurting Preschooler Development Experts Say

The study implies that there's a long-term impact if children, especially girls, are too exposed to these animated characters as role models.

Parents Call For Childcare Subsidies

Parenting  15 March '16

Toddler Tips: Why Preschool Shouldn't Be Like School

Though preschool is a stepping stone for toddlers before entering the big school, it shouldn't be like school.


Toddler  29 January '16

5 Common Parenting Missteps Parents Make With Their Preschoolers

No matter how hard parents do their best for their preschoolers, there still seem some inevitable mistakes that they do.

Teacher Surprised With $10,000 As A Knowledge Universe Early Childhood Educator Award Winner

Toddler  17 January '16

How Parents Can Help Their Toddlers Improve Their Memory Skills

The key to your children's success in schooling is having good memory skills. Read more on how to boost the working memory of your children.


Health/Nutrition  18 March '14

A decline in obesity among preschoolers? Experts say think again

A study last month reported a 43 percent decline in obesity among preschoolers, but experts are now questioning the claim.

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