Preschool Choice

Zero-to-five are the most critical years.

It is natural to want to give your little one the best possible start.

What kind of preschool will be right for your child? There are many options out there – different approaches, philosophies, environments and price tags. How do you know what will be best for your child, when he’s still in diapers?

Art of Education offers talks on early learning and preschool choices in the fall and winter. We also offer private consultations to help parents identify and apply to the right preschool for their child and family.


Resources

Choosing a balanced preschool experience

Watch KIRO 7 interview Anoo about tips for choosing a preschool.

FAQ

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How old does my child need to be to start preschool?

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2.5 – 3 years. That said, some daycare centers have preschools attached, where your child can start as early as 6 months.

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When should I start my search for a preschool?

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Most preschools start their year in September. Start your search in the fall before the September that you intend your child to start. If you find yourself close to application deadlines, we can help.

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Does my child need to be potty-trained?

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Yes, especially by the time your child is 3 years old.

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Anoo opened our eyes to the vast choices available and had a keen ability to find the appropriate choices for our daughter. Her knowledge and understanding of the education system of today has been invaluable in steering our future academic decisions. Of the four preschools we applied, and were accepted into, we had only heard of one before meeting Anoo.

Parent seeking preschools