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Read MoreLET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW
10 Fun Snow Day Activities For Your Little Ones
Thoughts from teachers at our four campuses on great ways to occupy your children on snow days.
Posted on: 2/8/2017 9:56 PMComments (0)
Read MoreCultivating "Aha!" Moments
Michelle Macchia - Head Fours Teacher - Westport
Michelle explains how our STEM programming helps to turn abstract concepts into knowledge. She also provides an update on the tools we are using to create these exciting opportunities and teachable moments for our students.
Posted on: 2/3/2017 5:52 AMComments (0)
Read MoreHandwriting is Fun!
Jessica Brito - Head Threes Teacher - Westport and Kerrie Cortigiano - Head Fours Teacher - Westport
Handwriting without tears is a multi-sensory approach to writing that is practiced at Landmark Preschool. Veteran Landmark teachers Jessica Brito and Kerrie Cortigiano explain the program that starts in the Threes and continues through the Fours with it’s life-long benefits.
Posted on: 12/7/2016 7:50 AMComments (0)
Read MoreWHY WE SONO
Siobhan Powers - Head of Landmark Preschool - Westport
Exercise has been shown to strengthen the ability of the brain to regenerate itself, as well as to stimulate growth of the brain. We find that when we give children the opportunity to incorporate movement and learning, and when there is abundant exercise in their day, they are happy and focused, and they more regularly make good choices for themselves.
Posted on: 9/19/2016 10:04 PMComments (0)
Read MoreJOIN US FOR A TOUCH-A-TRUCK EVENT ON THE RIDGEFIELD CAMPUS!
Landmark Preschool - Ridgefield invites children of all ages to our Touch-a-Truck event on Saturday, May 14 from 9am until 11am.
Posted on: 5/9/2016 3:00 PMComments (0)
Read MoreTIPS FOR WORKING WITH YOUNG CHILDREN
Alison O'Callaghan - Head of Landmark Preschool - Ridgefield
As professionals who work with young children every day, we’re often approached by parents for a few tricks of the trade. After pulling from my own knowledge, talking extensively to our preschool teachers and doing some research, I came up with five main points to consider when working with 2-5 year olds. These tips also work with older children as well; they just need to be adapted to fit varying age levels. By incorporating these tips into your daily routines, you’ll encourage their development and have fun together!
Posted on: 11/2/2015 10:54 AMComments (0)
Read MoreFUN FOR ONES WINTER REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
Rebecca Toon, Website Manager
Beat the winter blues with this fun and empowering program!
Posted on: 11/2/2015 10:45 AMComments (0)

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