Blog Posts in 2018

Avoiding Sibling Jealousy During Play Dates

An exciting part of your child starting preschool is that he or she may begin having play dates with friends from school. These play dates are different from the ones that kids have when they are ...
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Helping Kids Make the Transition to Full-Day School

At some point during early childhood education, children must make the transition from part-time programs to full-day school. As a parent, it’s natural to have some concerns about making this ...
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Spotlight on Our APPLE Accreditation

When you are exploring options for early childhood education programs for your child, school accreditations are important factors to consider. At Tanglewood Academy, we’re pleased to have passed ...
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Examining the Differences Between Gross and Fine Motor Skills

https://youtu.be/l93BTYyHG0c Part of early childhood education is the development of both gross and fine motor skills. If your early education program in Pembroke Pines discusses your child’s ...
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What to Look for in a New Backpack

https://youtu.be/IkdGTYkR7qQ Success in early childhood education begins with the right tools. Before your child heads off to preschool or kindergarten in Pembroke Pines, take him or her shopping for ...
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Helping Your Fifth-Grader Tackle Research Reports

Although it’s common to introduce students to the idea of writing research reports in third or fourth grade, fifth grade is usually the year when students are asked to produce a three-or ...
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How Your Preschooler Will Display Independence

Most parents love to do as much as they can for their kids, but it’s also important for children to learn how to do things for themselves. When your child reaches preschool age, he or she will ...
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Fun Ideas for Improving Language Comprehension

Children begin working on their language skills as soon as they’re born. By the time they reach pre-kindergarten age, at about four years of age, children are getting ready to learn how to read. ...
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