Trouble Coping With Leaving Baby at Daycare?

Parents' Corner | January 28, 2021

Taking your baby to daycare for the first time is a memorable moment for most parents — one that is often met with a myriad of emotions. Even though you are excited for this milestone and have fully prepared yourself and your family for the transition, as the big day approaches, you may begin to… Read More

Benefits of Daycare for Both Children and Parents

Parents' Corner | January 28, 2021

Nursery school isn’t just convenient day care — there are many benefits of daycare for parents & children! Learn about the benefits & find reliable care.

Stages of Social Development in Infancy: What to Expect

Parents' Corner | January 21, 2021

The importance of social development in infancy and early childhood is undeniable. Born into the world as social beings, babies are constantly absorbing information in their little worlds. From noticing social cues to forming connections with the caregivers in their lives, the world of social development is vast and varied — and can be a… Read More

6 Ways to Encourage Preschoolers to Learn Writing

Parents' Corner | January 6, 2021

Preschoolers are always curious about things. So, whenever they see words on TV or in a book, they might start to wonder what they mean. That’s why there’s no better time to get your preschooler started with comprehending words and letters. While some children are able to adapt to writing right away, others will need… Read More

Preparing Your Infant (& Yourself) for Daycare

Parents' Corner | December 23, 2020

The world of new parenthood is full of firsts, magical moments, and memorable milestones—all of which are usually followed by a whirlwind of emotions. Each new milestone is equally as exciting as it is overwhelming—and taking your baby to daycare for the first time will be no different. However, a bit of extra planning goes… Read More

15 Critical Social Skills for Kids and How to Develop Them

Parents' Corner | December 23, 2020

Child development is fascinating. Human beings start as vulnerable infants who rely on caregivers for their every need, then, over time, turn into independent children and hopefully high-functioning adults. What happens during each of these milestones is essential to the next stage of your child’s development. Social skills are learned a little differently from one… Read More

How to Choose a Preschool: 5 Factors to Think About

Parents' Corner | December 17, 2020

Has your child come of preschool age? Are you still frantically searching for tips on how to choose a preschool? You’ve come to the right place. Keep reading to learn how to choose a preschool, and learn about the different factors that influence this decision. 5 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Preschool Choosing a… Read More

Why Is Play So Important for Kids?

Parents' Corner | December 16, 2020

The importance of play is often underestimated, but it’s an essential part of children’s development. It’s not just a way for them to have fun and fill their days, it teaches them important life skills, pushes their imagination, and helps them to understand key concepts and lessons. We take a look at exactly why play… Read More

5 Holiday Themed Science Experiments for Preschoolers

Parents' Corner | December 8, 2020

During the holiday season, it’s important to find different ways to keep your preschooler engaged with learning. As a way to make science fun and festive, you can conduct several holiday themed science experiments with your preschooler. The holiday themed science experiments don’t have to be elaborate or complicated, but they are a great way… Read More

Step-by-step: Your child’s daycare is closing. What to do next.

Parents' Corner | November 12, 2020

You’re a parent that worked through the COVID-19 crisis of 2020. (Sometimes with months or weeks of state mandated closures, needing to be flexible with work at home, or the struggle to find alternative childcare options.) Now, when the country is starting to reopen the rug is being pulled out again – Your daycare is closing its doors.   It was inevitable. We all learned the… Read More

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