Parenting isn’t for the faint of heart. Some days are wonderful, and you feel like you’ve got this parenting thing in the bag. Others, however, make you wonder if you’ll ever make it to bedtime!
I’ve been a momma for over 25 years having raised three kids of my own. Now, I’m enjoying my second year of being a grandparent to the sweetest little boy in the world.
I’ve been on this parenting journey for a long time. I’ve learned so much more than I thought possible over the years. I’ve learned what to do and what not to do. I’ve succeeded and I’ve failed miserably.
Today, I want to share some of my favorite preschool parenting tips with you.
Do you need to find some fun activities to share with your preschoolers? Are you looking for ways to tackle a troublesome behavior or encourage good habits?
Explore this list of awesome parenting tips, resources, and ideas. The ideas are perfect for new moms, preschool teachers, and even grandmas with preschool-aged grandkids.
Preschool Parenting Tips
Preschool children develop habitual responses to daily events. Use these simple preschool parenting tips to create good habits in your kids.
Although it can be stressful or even frustrating, preschool separation anxiety is common. Here are a few tips to help you out.
I melt with shame every time my preschoolers forget to say, “Thank you!” It’s such a simple phrase, but preschoolers must be taught how to say thank you.
It’s important for moms to find a few minutes to focus on themselves. Here are five ways busy moms can take a few minutes to have some “me time.”
Unstructured play time is important for a child’s development. Discover what unstructured play is and the benefits of including it in your child’s day.
Tired of being angry? I am! I’m tired of looking in their eyes after I’ve yelled – again – seeing the hurt I’ve caused. How can we stop being an angry mom?
Summer is a great time to teach your kid to ride a bike. Here are three simple tips to make it easier for you to help your child ditch the training wheels.
Parenting preschoolers can feel like a constant battle of wills. Discover three easy tips for learning to pick your battles with your preschoolers.
Kids bickering and complaining? Encourage kindness and empathy with a family kindness jar. Encourage kids to speak, act kindly and to think about others.
It’s vital that we make the time to connect with our preschoolers. Too soon they’ll be grown and leaving the house. Discover three simple ways to connect.
If you are needing to spend some good quality time with your kids, here are a few ways you can do that! These six suggestions are not only fun but frugal!
Even if you thrive on routine and structure, you can still be the fun mom! It’s time to loosen the reigns a bit, and spend quality time with your kids.
Come discover four simple ideas for teaching kindness to preschoolers. Raising kind children is a great way to pave the way for a world full of kind adults.
Come discover three simple ways to enjoy life with preschoolers – even on their most trying days. With a little shift in your perspective, you can make the most of these few short years.
Life is busy. But, sometimes toddlers and preschoolers just can’t keep up. They need downtime. Here are 5 tips for how to slow down with preschoolers.
Your kids will love being the center of attention when you choose one or more of these five special ways to celebrate Sons and Daughters Day.
You helped your kids when they were teething. You’ve helped them care for their baby teeth. Now, they’ve got a loose tooth. What are you going to do now? Create magical Tooth Fairy traditions with some of the fun suggestions here!
If you want your kids to get off the couch, be more active, and get outside, don’t miss these tips for getting kids outside this summer.
Young children can develop many important skills through play. Discover four important benefits of learning through play for early childhood development.
Our littlest ones are capable of so much more than we think they are. These tips will help with encouraging independence in preschoolers.
If you spend a little time planning ahead, you could make running errands a little easier to manage with your little ones.
Did you know that March 22 is National Goof Off Day? I sure didn’t. But National Goof Off Day makes the perfect excuse to be silly, goof off, and connect with our preschoolers.
Spring cleaning with kids doesn’t have to be a chore. It can even be a lot of fun! Here are 7 fun ideas to spring clean with preschoolers.
Most children go through a stage where they are convinced that there are monsters in their room. Here are a few tips for banishing bedtime monsters.
Digging into the Bible with preschoolers can be tricky. How can you study the Bible with them? Here’s a peek at some of my favorite resources!
Learning about science topics through the eyes of God will help you and your children marvel at the wonder of His creation, and draw you both closer to Him.
Discover a list of chores you can invite your child to do with you that they might actually enjoy. Many of them can even be done independently by older preschoolers.
That’s it for now! Be sure to check back regularly as this post will be updated often to reflect my newest preschool parenting tips.
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