Parent/Teacher Resources


Searching for the best preschool for your child can be overwhelming.  There are several factors to consider when making your choice.  Here is a guide to help you.

We offer a listing of local nursery schools and daycare centers called Preschool Possibilities. This listing includes locations and contact information for each business.  Every January, the library also has a Nursery School Fair where you can visit with representatives from many of these providers.  This fair will be announced in our December newsletter.

The Capital District Child Care Council is a great resource to answer your questions about how to find child care, how to start your own preschool, summer camps and financial aid.



Being familiar with the Six Early Literacy Skills, helps parents know how to best guide their children to learn how to read and write.

DayByDayNY is a great website to visit daily or monthly for themed reading and activity suggestions for your child.  It also has listings of local museums, tips for good health, craft ideas, and more.

Reading Rockets is one of the leading resources for helping children learn to read and write.  There you will find blogs, articles, interviews, videos and more about reading and writing for children.

Get Ready to Read! is an early literacy program designed to help parents and early child care providers equip young children with the skills they will need to learn to read.



 New York State Parent Guide has terrific information on your child's grown and development, advice on how to maintain a nurturing family, resources for car safety, immunizations, breastfeeding, finding a preschool, and so much more.


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