1. My husband and I have been discussing the issue of whether or not we will be putting our three-year-old son into preschool in August. He is a very shy boy, but early childhood education is very important to me. I think that it will benefit him a lot! However, he is very needy and isn’t very independent. What can we do to help our son be ready for going to school in seven months?

  2. I have always put my children in preschool because I felt that it was a wonderful way to introduce them to education at an early age as well as surround them with peers so they can learn to interact with them. Something that can be really hard is separating from you child for that time period. But like you point out, they learn to be more independent and solve problems on their own. Our job as parents is to help raise them to be good adults, and that raising starts at a young age.

    • Jessica Lopa

      Thank you so much Erika! I agree that it is our job as parents to raise our children to be good adults. Preschool definitely helps children learn the importance of structure, routine, respect and independence in a fun and safe environment. Thank you so much for following Mommy University!

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