1. Encourage every child to love learning while preparing them for success in Preschool, Kindergarten and Beyond.
2. Build upon and celebrate every child's unique strengths.
3. Provide social and emotional tools to help all children grow into a caring and thoughtful adult.
Teach Academics and Social Skills through play!
What our families have said
"Parenting is hard work! Children do not come with instructions, so knowing how to handle their emotional needs is so hard.
Thanks to Soothing Sammy I am better equipped to help my children through their melt-downs and tantrums. Since grabbing this set I have seen not only a difference in my children but a difference in how I handle them in the hard moments.
I definitely recommend this set to every parent."
"My daughter and I had so much fun! While painting, building, drawing, and jumping, she learned about colors shapes, numbers, and letters. The Pre-K YOUR Way activities are easy to follow and can be completed in 15 to 20 minutes. My daughter learned so much while playing and having fun. I highly recommend JDEducational to anyone who is looking for a way to prepare their child for Kindergarten.”
"The parenting tips have been so helpful as a first time mom. My daughter gets very antsy in the car and being able to explain the steps of our day (whether errands or adventures) helps her feel involved and calmer as we transition throughout the day. The blog posts have been so helpful and I can't wait to read and implement more strategies."
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hello! My name is Jeana Kinne and I created this program. I received my Masters Degree in Curriculum Development and have over 16 years of experience working in a variety of positions within the Early Childhood field.
My work experience has taught me that when parents are active participants in their child's learning, their children are more prepared to be successful in Preschool and Kindergarten.
I love working with families, providing them with solutions to common parenting concerns, resulting in stress-free parenting! That is when I came up with the idea for JDEducational.