Technology and Young Children

Technology is continually becoming more advanced and widely used in our generation. Sometimes it seems like our preschool aged children...

Kindergarten Readiness

One of our goals at Mt. Olive Preschool is to prepare our children for Kindergarten. This week we’ll look at a few of the goals we strive...

Cold Weather Tips

It's that time of year that winter is starting to make itself known! Here are some tips to help you prepare for a safe, healthy, and...

Self-Identity in Preschoolers

Preschool aged children are readily becoming more aware of their own characteristics—gender, skin and hair color, family composition,...

Parent Teacher Conferences

This week’s post is provided to you by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Keep these thoughts in mind...

Little Children, Big Emotions

You’re enjoying a nice, quiet morning and then suddenly out of nowhere comes a blood curdling shriek, and the dreaded tears because, “MY...

Problem Solving with Preschoolers

How often do you hear these cries from your preschooler?—"He hit me! That's mine! You're not coming to my birthday party because you're...

Preschool Nutrition

Preschool aged children are primed and ready to form healthy eating habits they can carry with them their whole lives. But how much, and...

The Daily Schedule

Routines and schedules are very important for young children. It provides them with a sense of security to know what’s going to happen...

Handling Drop Off Time Like a Pro

I can't believe it's already that time--a brand new school year begins this Monday! New school years are so fun, full of excitement and...