Why Daycare Is The Right Choice For You And Your Child


If you have one or more children at home who will soon be heading off to school while you are at work all day, you might be wondering what to do when your child is done with school but you are still at work. If this sounds like your situation, one option would be to reach out to a local daycare center to discuss your options. Sending your child to daycare can provide a number of benefits for both the child and for you.

23 November 2020

Daycare Is Good For Kids, Too


If you're a working parent who is struggling balancing child care with work responsibilities, you may be considering enrolling your child in a daycare program. There are daycare programs available for part-time or full-time care, so it's a flexible option no matter your situation. While this can be helpful for your family, you may worry about how your child will react to this big change. Daycare can be helpful for your kid, in many different ways.

23 April 2020

Teach Your Child To Start Sharing At Preschool


Preschool may be your little one's first real chance to interact with other children his or her own age on a daily basis. While this is an exciting time for both child and parents, it could also lead to some complications if your child is not adapting to being in a group environment. If your child is having difficulty learning how to share toys, school supplies or anything else with the other children, you might need to step in and correct the behavior.

18 December 2019

Daycare May Help Your Shy Child Blossom Into A Social Butterfly


Your child is nearing the age of preschool and kindergarten but is still very, very shy. You aren't sure what to do, here, because nothing you've tried brings your child out of their shy persona. A visit to a daycare center may be what your child needs to help overcome their shyness in a positive way. Shyness May Make Life Difficult for Your Child Shyness is never an easy situation for a child to handle and can make their life very complex.

28 August 2019

Foster Parenting: When You Are Ready To Love A Child


Becoming a foster parent can be one of the most rewarding experiences of a lifetime. You are able to care for children who truly need you, and you get the satisfaction knowing that you have made a difference in the life of someone else. When you want to be a foster parent, the process can take some time. You'll need to go through the licensing process, and this involves training, checking your background and a home study.

19 January 2019

Learning Activities To Teach Your Preschooler To Recognize And Spell Their Name


Just because your child answers to their own name doesn't mean they can actually recognize their name. Your preschooler should be able to recognize, spell and write their own name before they go to kindergarten. Teaching these things are usually done in preschool, but this should also be taught at home as well. Read on for activities you can do to teach your child to recognize and spell their name.

7 March 2018

4 Ways To Ensure Your Child Is Ready For Kindergarten


Just because your child is almost old enough to start kindergarten, doesn't mean they're actually prepared. Kindergarten involves spending hours a day with other kids, following directions, participating in guided play, and learning new skills. This can be a big adjustment after a more relaxed preschool or home environment. Here are four simple ways to help make sure your child is well-prepared to begin kindergarten: Read to Them Every Day

9 February 2016