Tag Archives: Curriculum

Forced Apologies

Moving Past Forced Apologies by Amber Rogers, Ed.S. NCSP, Founder/CEO Palmetto Preschool Greetings, fellow parents! We’ve all encountered those moments when our little ones clash with their buddies at preschool or daycare. It’s second nature to encourage them to apologize right away, believing we’re instilling good manners. But here’s the twist: a fresh perspective suggests that … Continue reading

Why we don’t share

Fostering Cooperative Play: Why We Prioritize Taking Turns Over Forcing Sharing by Amber Rogers, Ed.S.  NCSP Founder/Owner, Palmetto Preschool Introduction Hello, dear parents! We all know those moments when our little ones are immersed in play at preschool or daycare, and the inevitable tussle over toys arises. Our instinct might be to urge them to share … Continue reading

Free Play

The Power of Play: Unleashing Your Child’s Learning Potential by Amber Rogers, Ed.S. NCSP, Founder & CEO Palmetto Preschool At Palmetto Preschool, we are dedicated to providing your little ones with the best possible start in their educational journey. We understand that as parents, you’re always eager to ensure your children are on the path to success. And … Continue reading

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