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Preschool Open House and Fundraiser

If you or someone you know is looking for a preschool (ages 2-5) in the Chandler/Gilbert area, or just {love} LuLaRoe and would like to support the preschool, stop on by our open house June 15th 6-8pm.
Open house flyer

You will have the chance to tour the preschool to learn all about what we do every day to grow life-long learners AND you will have Kristen as your personal LuLaRoe consultant to help you put together the perfect wardrobe for YOU! We are now enrolling kiddos ages 2-5 for the fall. Come tour Square Roots Preschool and shop LuLaRoe to support the school! LuLaRoe is a comfortable, fashion-forward clothing line with clothes for adults and children of all ages and sizes!


Fill out the contact form and RSVP for address.


Early Friendships


Some say preschool isn’t necessary…early education isn’t important.  I disagree!!!  Aside from what I have witnessed these four cuties learn, I have seen incredible bonds and friendships form in just 3 short weeks!  {love}

Why friendships at this age are important:

  • Creating friendships develops life skills that will increase your child’s wisdom, confidence and self-esteem.
  • They will learn how to deal with conflict and adversity. Conflict does arise among friends and as a teacher, I will find perfect opportunities to teach your children how to navigate through conflict.
  • The children will get a sense of building their own community when they establish new friendships.
  • The opportunity to develop leadership skills increases as children play with other children.
  • The ability to make decisions is increased when children play with peers without micromanaging from adults.
  • The opportunity of playing freely with other children helps them develop their imagination which is important for a child’s development.


In order for these friendships to form, children need to be available to each other for play and other activities.  At Square Roots Preschool, we offer a variety of experiences to  interact with their peers in order to practice their social skills.  Check out our Daily Schedule here to see!