Early Fall – Transitioning Children to School
Parents play a crucial role in helping their children transition into school. Read more.
Transitioning young children into their classrooms is the first challenge early childhood teachers face each fall. For some preschool and kindergarten children, leaving home and family and becoming part of a school community is scary. At first, they may have difficulty adjusting and present challenges to the teacher. While each situation is unique, there are important steps the teacher can take to ease the transition to school for all children. Read more.
Administrators contribute significantly in helping both teachers and families adjust to the school year. In addition to taking steps to ensure a smooth transition for children, families, and staff, administrators also set the tone for the upcoming year and what they hope will be accomplished. Read more.