Here is a collection of helpful links we've found.
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Gayle's Preschool Rainbow has some great ideas for activities you can do with your preschooler. The website was designed by a teacher essentially with fellow teachers in mind, but the activities can be translated to the home as well.

First-School - Preschool Activities and Crafts also has some great resources to use at home with your child.

Preschool Lesson Plans Made Easy  is a similar website. Typically these activities require a group of children, but there is always the possibility of getting together with other parents of preschoolers to share some quality time...

Preschool Literacy Web Homepage was created by the University of Connecticut and has a lot of great links to activities and also the theories behind them.

There are some great tips about how to make literacy part of your daily life in the Illinois Early Learning Project.

Currently, the University of New Brunswick is working on a curriculum document for preschool, which will be the first of its kind in North America. The current version of this document is available on the internet  and can be a great resource for teachers and parents alike.

There is also a wonderful Parents as Partners website that offers options for children with exceptionalities of one kind or another. There are resources and links to important websites that will help your child's transition to school.