Since 1972, Rhyme University has manufactured Preschool Graduation items that help little graduates and their families celebrate their scholastic accomplishments with a sense of pride while creating memories that last a lifetime at an affordable price.
We’ve maintained ourselves as an industry leader in Preschool Graduation caps & gowns over the last three and a half decades by listening and tailoring our products per the feedback of our valuable customers.
Watch the excitement of your little preschool graduates when colorful preschool graduation diplomas are awarded and parents anxiously watch their preschoolers celebrate this very special educational achievement. Rhyme University’s Preschool Graduation caps and Preschool Graduation gowns are made from a quality poly- cotton fabric. Preschool Graduation Gowns can be machined washed and reused for years of enjoyment or stored as a timeless keepsake.
Preschool Graduation Gowns come in a variety of sizes and colors to ensure the best look and fit for any preschool graduation. Preschool Graduation Caps are expandable so one size fits all. Preschool Graduation Tassels are perfectly sized for your little graduate. Rhyme University’s products are specifically sized for children. We do not sell adult sized items as children’s.
Below are two of our most popular Preschool Graduation Cap & Gown packages. Click on either Preschool Graduation Cap & Gown package to learn more about it.
Basic Preschool Graduation Cap & Gown Packages: Include Preschool Graduation Caps , Preschool Graduation Gowns, and Preschool Graduation Tassels with year date charm. Preschool Graduation Tassels will match in color unless indicated otherwise. Items may also be purchased separately. Click here or on the red button labeled “graduation packages” above to find out more.
Deluxe Preschool Graduation Cap & Gown Packages: Include one of each: Preschool Graduation Caps, Preschool Graduation Gowns, and Preschool Graduation Tassels with year date charm, graduate sash, Graduation rings , Preschool Graduation Diplomas with matching preschool graduation program covers and preschool graduation invitations. Preschool Graduation Tassels will match in color unless indicated otherwise. Need a few extra Preschool Graduation invitations? Items may also be purchased separately. Click here or on the red button labeled “graduation packages” above to find out more.
Why is completing a preschool program important for children? According to www.parents.com "There's increasing evidence that children gain a lot from going to preschool," says Parents advisor Kathleen McCartney, PhD, dean of Harvard Graduate School of Education, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. "At preschool, they become exposed to numbers, letters, and shapes. And, more important, they learn how to socialize -- get along with other children, share, contribute to circle time."
Statistics show that a majority of kids attend at least one year of preschool: According to the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER), more than two-thirds of 4-year-olds and more than 40 percent of 3-year-olds were enrolled in a preschool in 2005. "Children who attend high-quality preschool enter kindergarten with better pre- reading skills, richer vocabularies, and stronger basic math skills than those who do not," says NIEER director W. Steven Barnett, PhD.
"Every child should have some sort of group experience before he starts kindergarten," says Amy Flynn, director of New York City's Bank Street Family Center. Music and gymnastics classes are great, but what preschools do that less formal classes don't is teach kids how to be students. Your child will learn how to raise her hand, take turns, and share the teacher's attention. What's more, she'll learn how to separate from Mommy, who often stays in a music or gym class. All of this makes for an easier transition to kindergarten. "Kindergarten teachers will tell you that the students who are ready to learn are those who come into school with good social and behavior-management skills," Smith says.
In fact, educators have so recognized the importance of giving kids some form of quality early education that about 40 states now offer state-funded pre-K programs.