Pre-K and Kindergarten are a time of great development for your child. From spending time in their first classroom to physical and social development, there's a lot to navigate.
There are several helpful books to help your child learn more about empathy, self-esteem, and other social and emotional qualities.
Parent Toolkit experts share how parents can handle the emotions and challenges of their kids' first school day.
These benchmarks from Parent Toolkit can help you measure your child’s level of self-awareness in kindergarten.
Vegetables are powerhouse foods, packing in lots of nutrients with little calories. They are vital to overall health and may lower the risk for chronic diseases and some cancers.
Supporting your child’s reading, vocabulary and early math skills can help them develop a strong base for all their future learning.
In preschool and kindergarten, children are learning numbers and what numbers represent. Find ways you can support that learning.
In preschool and kindergarten, children are learning the alphabet, letter sounds, and building the foundation of reading.
In preschool and kindergarten, children are still developing fine and gross motor skills, and a healthy diet, adequate sleep, and exercise can support their growth.
Proper nutrition supports your child’s growth and lays the foundation for lifelong health.
Engaging in regular physical activity is especially important for young children. It builds strength and develops healthy bodies.