Posted November 21, 2018 06:17:15For many, preschool is the last time their children are exposed to real world challenges.
But as the school year rolls on, teachers and administrators have found ways to ensure that their children can learn through the classroom.
“I think we need to be very careful about the expectations for our kids,” said Lisa Krasnick, a preschool teacher and director of the preschool program for the nonprofit Children’s Trust Fund.
“I think it’s important to be clear about what is happening to them.
I think it has to be communicated clearly.”
That’s exactly what Lisa Kraussmann did during a visit to her preschool in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Krasnik said her kids were not having fun during their preschool visit.
She said she asked her parents if they were worried about their kids’ behavior, and they responded with a mix of reassurance and disappointment.
“They said, ‘Oh, they’re doing well,'” Krasnicks said.
“And then they went to the teacher and said, `They’re really not.’
And the teacher said, “Oh, well, they were just doing their best.”‘
A great place to grow’When Lisa Krakson was a child, she was in kindergarten and her older sister was in third grade.
The two were separated by four years of school, but the girls were close friends.”
The kids are always telling me, ‘You know what, I don’t think I can ever see them again,'” Krakner said.
Krasnik has a lot of other friends who are also preschoolers, and she and her husband, Bob, decided to give it a try.
They enrolled their daughter in a preschool for preschoolers.
It was the first time the couple had done anything like this, and it made a big difference for their kids.”
We thought, ‘Wow, we have a great place here to grow,’ ” Krasnicks said.
They decided to open up the preschool and have a regular check-in with the children.
They found that most of the children were very attentive, which was a big help.
They also learned that the children can have fun in the classroom and that the adults can be supportive of the kids.
And they did well academically, too.”
A lot of the students were good students,” Krasnis said.
The preschool was very close to a local elementary school, which meant the children could stay in touch with their friends.
They were able to play with and talk to the teachers, as well.”
It was a great thing to do’Krasnick said the preschool is now part of a larger community, but it’s also a very private place. “
There were no distractions and no distractions at all.”‘
It was a great thing to do’Krasnick said the preschool is now part of a larger community, but it’s also a very private place.
She and her partner have been able to provide their kids with a very safe space to be themselves, and the preschoolers have also been able have fun with their peers.
“They’re very close-knit, so they’re able to do what they love,” Kraksnick said.
“When you have a preschool, it’s an opportunity for kids to have a good time,” said Bob Kraknicks, who also serves as a preschool supervisor.
“A lot people don’t realize it, but there are lots of things that happen on a preschool that kids don’t see.
It’s a great opportunity to bring them out into the real world.”