January 25th, 2011 by admin
Want your kids to get a head start on their education while still having fun? Need some help and support when raising your preschool child? Check out these ten preschool education websites for information, resources and support.
Your preschooler will enjoy clicking on the colorful fish to select an activity type on this site. Once you click, there’s a list of educational and fun games related to the topic. Topics include alphabet, counting, time, money, shapes and colors and all games are checked for suitability.
Today’s Parent Crafts and Fun
This site contains a wide range of craft activities for the more artistically minded preschooler, as well as great games you can play indoors. There’s a selection of games suitable for birthday parties too, which you can select according to your child’s age.
Preschool Express aims to help your preschooler build skills, with sections for art, games, alphabet, numbers, stories, music and rhyme and many more. This educational resource will help parents, teachers and grandparents find suitable activities
for their preschoolers.
If you have a
preschooler, then you’ll enjoy this great resource which has informational articles on everything from preschool science to art projects to toys. There’s something for everyone here and as your kids get older, the site will remain useful.
This site covers more than 100 themes as well as alphabet ideas, coloring pages, craft and lesson plans. The site owners believe that kids learn by doing – and there’s plenty for your preschoolers to do here.
BabyCenter’s Preschool Center
Want to find out what’s ahead for your preschooler? Check out the Baby Center’s preschool area for articles on preparing for preschool and helping your kids with the issues they will face there. The site has an active community, so you can share your
experiences with other parents.
Family Education Preschool
The Family Education preschool section is packed with great information to help your child get the most from the preschool experience. This pre-school site is more more the parents, but it covers a wide range of issues, including your child’s
development, learning skills, health and relationships.
Whether you’re a parent or a teacher, this site is packed full of resources to help your preschoolers have fun while they learn. There are ideas for learning numbers and letters, playing games, songs, crafts and much more. It also includes a Parent’s Corner and Teacher’s Lounge.
If your kids love to write, but need a little help, then visit this site for some great tracing worksheets. As well as sheets for letters, names and numbers, there are sheets with greetings for birthdays and more. There are also helpful articles and
links to other educational resources.
Sometimes it’s not all about your child – you need some support too. That’s where MommyChats comes in, with online chats with other moms in both public and private rooms. This site delivers exactly what it says – no forums or articles, just chats!
This was a guest post by Lior who is a consultant for Milk, a nurinsg wear brand.