1. Fostering Your Child’s Imagination

    Adults often think that children have strong and active imaginations simply because they are children. And while some children naturally have a stronger imagination than others, for many kids, it takes some time for that to develop and strengthen. For parents, who may not believe that they have an i…Read More

  2. 6 Stages of Play For Kids

    Everyone remembers the good old days of recess, right? Playing four-square, tag, climbing on the jungle-jim, or just talking with your friends. While recess is a much needed mental and physical break for kids of all ages, recess, or playtime, is crucial for a preschooler’s mental, social, and phys…Read More

  3. Getting Ready For Preschool

    Getting kids ready for preschool is often more stressful for parents than it is for the child — the idea of your baby growing up so quickly, what if they don’t make friends, what if they aren’t ready for the lessons? For kids, the idea of going to preschool means that they are big kids! They g…Read More

  4. Keeping Your Child Healthy at School

    It’s inevitable that kids will get sick, but the chances are usually higher at the beginning of the school year. Kids are readjusting to a new environment, a new schedule, and are around other kids, which can increase the risk of germs spreading. At Madame Curie School, our preschool strives to ke…Read More

  5. Making Science Fun For Kids

    Kids have strong imaginations, which often means that learning doesn’t really feel like learning. This is especially true when it comes to the sciences. Whether it’s biology, chemistry, or earth science, there isn’t much that will grab kids’ attention — it just has to be done in the right …Read More