Child Day Care Center Extensions: Art Activities To Try At Home

12 October 2017
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The child day care center is the perfect place for kids to get creative. Yes, you signed your child up for daycare because you needed someone to watch her while you're at work or at school, but day care has a lot more benefits than just for you. Your child is learning while she's at the center, too. Along with reading, math, science and social studies, your child is also using her imagination during artsy activities. Read More 

Finding A Preschool For A Child With A Chronic Illness

6 June 2017
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Finding a good preschool is never easy, but you may have even more concerns when your child is coping with a chronic illness. Here are some questions to ask about any pre kindergarten program you are considering choosing for your child. How Well Is the Staff Trained? The first question to ask is what kind of training the staff have. Ideally, they have solid experience and education in early child development. Read More 

3 Reasons To Utilize An Indoor Play Space For Your Child’s Birthday Party

4 May 2017
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When planning your child's birthday party, it is very important to consider an indoor play space due to the many optional services that it can provide that an outdoor venue really can't match. Listed below are three reasons to utilize an indoor play space for your child's birthday party. Provides A Safe Environment One of the biggest reasons to utilize an indoor play space for your child's birthday party is that it can provide a much safer environment for your child and the other children that will be attending the party. Read More 

Fun Ways To Teach Your Child Letters

25 April 2017
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Learning letters and the alphabet is an extremely important stepping stone in your child's learning. There are a number of ways to teach your child, but keeping it fun will help make it feel like less of a chore, and your child won't even realize he's learning while having so much fun. See below for a list of ways to teach letters to your child. Foam Letter Toss Take foam letters and hold them up for your child to recognize. Read More