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welcomeMarch 19, 2020

Greetings Preschool Families and Friends!  Please check out the menu at the top of the page for links, songs, resources, and other information. There are more links along the right side of the page including those specific to our school.

The new Distance Learning tab has a listing of online activities to help you navigate learning at home.

PBS Kids Resources — When Something Scary Happens

Hi Families,

Sometimes the world can be a scary place.  Your child might worry about storms, strangers, or things they see or hear on the news.  Here are some resources from PBS kids to help you and your child work through big feelings together. 

http://pbskids.org/learn/when-something-scary-happens/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=pbsparents&utm_campaign=parents_expert 

Screen time, sleep, and physical activity for preschoolers

The World Health Organization recommends that Preschoolers ages 3-4 should be getting:

  • NO MORE THAN 60 minutes of screen time per day from all sources (TV, DVDs, computer, tablet, apps, smart phones, etc).
  • 180 minutes (3 hours) of physical activity, 1 hour of which should be moderate intensity (like playing on the playground or running around with friends)
  • 10-13 hours of sleep in a 24-hour period (including naps).  So if your child is up at 6:30 in the morning, and takes a 2-hour afternoon nap, he should be in bed ASLEEP before 8:30.

The whole report with research and references is located here:  WHO_Guildelines_2019