Introduction
A Parent's Guide to Preschool
Diane Trister Dodge and Joanna Phinney
Do you want your child to...

Get along with others?
Do well in school?
Become a good reader?
Solve math problems?
Speak and write well?
Be creative?
Make decisions?
Develop physical skills?
Have good study habits?
Be self confident and respectful?
Enjoy learning?


Our preschool program can help prepare your child for success in school-and in life. New research on the brain and
on learning shows how important the early years are in a child's learning and development. What happens in
preschool matters a lot. And what you do at home is even more important.

The purpose of this area of our website is to explain our curriculum and how we can work together-at home and at
school--to help your child acquire the skills, attitudes, and habits to do well in school and throughout life.

Parent's ask, "What is my child actually learning in preschool? And what can I do at home to help?"  
A Parent's
Guide to Preschool
answers these questions.

Working together, we can give your child the best start for school.
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