Your Toddler, Child Care And Kindergarten Readiness: It's Not Too Early To Start

Posted on: 28 June 2018

Child care is much more than a drop-off point for your toddler during the work day. While the daycare center does offer a valuable supervision service, it's also a learning space where your child gets their first taste of a formal education. And that means this early learning environment is preparing your child to eventually transition from preschool to kindergarten. Even though your child won't be ready for kindergarten until age 5, that doesn't mean they aren't developing "
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Preschool Learning At Home: After-Class Lessons

Posted on: 26 July 2017

Preschool provides plenty of learning opportunities for your child. During the pre kindergarten day your little learner is tackling subjects such as science, math, reading, writing and social studies. Even though she's getting plenty of classroom content at her pre-k learning center, that doesn't mean her education needs to stop at the school door. Whether you're getting your child ready for kindergarten or you just want to extend what she's doing at her pre k 12 learning center school, you can keep the development going at home.
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3 Tips To Remember When Planning An Indoor Party For Kids That Will Keep Everyone Happy

Posted on: 19 July 2017

Whether your child's birthday falls in the middle of winter or during the summer heat when an outdoor party would be a stressful event, having the party indoors can seem a little intimidating. When you think about cramming your home with several young children, cake and ice cream, and possibly messy foods and games, it is no surprise that many parents are afraid to have an indoor kids birthday party inside of their home.
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Is Your Child On The Spectrum? How To Prepare Them For Summer Vacation

Posted on: 12 July 2017

Now that summer is here, it's time to plan for your family vacation. That can be difficult when your child is autistic. Children with autism can find unfamiliar situations unbearable, which means vacations may require additional planning. Don't pass on a family vacation. Instead, use the methods described below to help prepare your child for the trip. Talk to Your Child About the Vacation When it comes to a family vacation, it's important that you talk to your child about everything you're planning.
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