Pop-Ins Schoolhouse

9083 West Peakview Drive 80123 Littleton, CO
Phone: 303-979-0094
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PARENT INVOLVEMENT IN PRESCHOOL EDUCATION

Post By Pop-Ins | Date March, 4th, 2019
We hear about helicopter parenting and the criticism surrounding the over involvement and over cautiousness of parenting today. To get the true benefit of healthy, preschool education parents need

TOOTH DECAY A COMMON CHILDHOOD DISEASE

Post By Pop-Ins | Date February, 11th, 2019
Tooth decay is one of the most common childhood diseases, even more common than asthma. It has been reported by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that one in seven preschoolers

DO GIVE CHORES TO LITTLE ONES

Post By Pop-Ins | Date January, 11th, 2019
Giving regular chores to your children will help to teach them caring, responsibility and respect for others and their belongings.Take into account the child's age, maturity and physical ability

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays To All Our Kids, Parents, Teachers and Friends

Post By Pop-Ins | Date December, 24th, 2018
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays To All Our Kids, Parents, Teachers and Friends

THE BEST TOYS FOR PRESCHOOLERS AND DAYCARE FACILITIES

Post By Pop-Ins | Date December, 6th, 2018
According to The American Academy of Pediatrics, the best toys for children’s development are those that foster play between a caregiver and child whether in daycare centers or at home.

SET YOUR PRESCHOOLER UP FOR SUCCESS

Post By Pop-Ins | Date November, 8th, 2018
From an early age, it has now been proven that parents who set “great” expectations for their children are far more likely to see their children accomplish and succeed later in life. In other words

TEACHING MANNERS TO PRESCHOOLERS

Post By Pop-Ins | Date October, 7th, 2018
When babies are born they have only their selfish, basic survival skills and quickly become the center of the universe. It is in every parent and child's best interest to slowly teach, through love

TODDLERS HAND AND FINGER SKILLS

Post By Pop-Ins | Date September, 11th, 2018
Keeping an eye on your toddlers fine motor skills during the first year of their development probably gets jammed into the overwhelming mental note of things to watch during this first year.

FAMILY TIME AND DIGITAL DEVICES

Post By Pop-Ins | Date August, 17th, 2018
Mobile device use, when with your children, can have a negative impact on their social-emotional functioning and parent-child interactions equaling other forms of paternal withdrawal

HEALTHY SWAPS FOR CHILDREN

Post By Pop-Ins | Date July, 9th, 2018
Sometimes, despite our best intentions, bad habits creep in when bringing up children. Life gets busy with toddlers around and to add to that we are all creatures of habit so it takes a conscious ...

HAVE FUN WITH LETTERS

Post By Pop-Ins | Date June, 1st, 2018
Teaching phonics to preschoolers is such a vital part of reading development for young children. Having a tactile, visual game for them to use will be something that can slowly grow with their abilit

GOOGLE, EMPATHY AND STEM SCHOOLS

Post By Pop-Ins | Date May, 3rd, 2018
One of Google's recent studies, Project Oxygen shocked everyone by concluding that, among the eight most important qualities of Google's top employees, STEM expertise comes in dead last.

TEACH YOUR CHILD THE ART OF HAPPINESS

Post By Pop-Ins | Date April, 3rd, 2018
Once upon a time, children’s imaginations were rich, fuelled by outdoor play, friendship and endless time outside playing with matchbox cars and cardboard boxes.

TOP BENEFITS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD LEARNING THROUGH PLAY

Post By Pop-Ins | Date March, 8th, 2018
The first few years of a child’s life, before they go into formal schooling, are some of the best years for making positive impressions and forming good habits

Learn through Play - Why it’s so Important!

Post By Pop-Ins | Date February, 27th, 2018
When children get to play they unknowingly unlock their creativity and imagination which is the base foundation for learning to read, think and solve problems as well as strengthen their motor skills.