Message from Our GPA President

Dear Members,

It has been a few months since the Georgia Preschool Annual Conference, and I hope the workshops engaged and challenged you with today’s early childhood topics. Some things will always be vital to a child’s development- love, safety, security, social interactions, music and movement. Today, sixty years later, the Georgia Preschool Association continues to support the importance of these priorities, as well as the most current research of a child’s development from birth to age 5, crib safety, how an infant’s brain develops, and the inner workings of autism. With twenty-eight workshops to choose from, there was something for everyone to gain a deeper understanding of...

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Georgia Preschool Association

Georgia Preschool Association is a non-profit organization actively committed to promoting quality care and education for children eight years and under.

The Georgia Preschool Association was founded in 1958.  The first annual meeting was attended by 111 preschool teachers.  Presently we serve over 1650 members throughout the state of Georgia. 

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Save the Date!

GPA Annual Conference

March 1st and 2nd, 2019

Every Child Has a Voice,

Every Teacher Has a Calling

Get Georgia Reading

Children across Georgia are getting ready to return to school next month. So now is the time to start thinking about how we can work with parents to ensure that their children show up for school—on time—every day. We want all students to learn and thrive this year.
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Sight Words and Phonemic Awareness

We are excited to introduce you to , a Website designed for parents and teachers to use.  It is a new resource sponsored by the Georgia Preschool Association and designed to help children learn to read.  All the material on the Website is FREE!  This site is designed to help learners who are Pre-K and above. There are four sections currently available to use on the Website. 

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