Need to Help Your Child Cope With Moving? Try These Tips

Parents' Corner | July 21, 2021

Moving to a new home or city is overwhelming for adults and children alike. However, children are often more likely to feel moving anxiety as the unfamiliar can be scary for them. Knowing how to help your child cope with moving anxiety can be a useful skill that will make your next move just a… Read More

Montessori vs. Traditional Preschool: 5 Key Differences

Parents' Corner | July 14, 2021

When faced with so many educational options and the competing theories behind them, determining how to best educate your children and in which setting can easily overwhelm any parent. Is traditional schooling the way to go, or should you give the Montessori method a try? When it comes to Montessori vs. traditional preschool, comparing and… Read More

10 Tell-Tale Traits of a Stellar Preschool Teacher

Parents' Corner | July 8, 2021

Preschool is an exciting time for parents and children alike. As the little ones start being more independent and curious about their surroundings, having a teacher that provides kids with plenty of opportunities to explore is ideal. Remember that this person will play a huge role in your child’s formative years, so it’s okay to… Read More

If Your Child Cries When Dropped off at Daycare, Read This

Parents' Corner | June 25, 2021

If your child cries when dropped off at daycare, you’re not alone. Your child may be crying for a number of reasons, and this is quite common for young children. When you understand the common causes of this type of crying, you can get to the root of the problem and help your child through… Read More

Should I Send My Child Back to School? 4 Things to Consider

Parents' Corner | June 11, 2021

Schools in the US have slowly begun reintroducing either in-person classes or a mix of virtual and on-site learning programs as more people gain access to COVID-19 vaccines. But many parents and caregivers remain hesitant to support this initiative — and for a good reason. Because how COVID-19 affects children and the long-term effects of… Read More

Stop Your Toddler from Biting at Daycare

Parents' Corner | June 1, 2021

You just found the perfect daycare, and your little one loves it — until yesterday. The teacher met you at pick-up time to explain a biting incident involving your child. What can a parent do about toddlers biting at daycare? A biting toddler is nothing new — it’s normal developmental behavior. Let’s have a look… Read More

Preparing for a Toddler’s First Day of Daycare

Parents' Corner | June 1, 2021

If you thought finding the perfect daycare for your child was a challenge, be prepared for the first day of daycare for your toddler. Some parents find that helping their child adjust to new care is a minefield. Other toddlers adjust to daycare with no drama at all. Your toddler may be somewhere in between…. Read More

Ideal Preschool Age & Skills to Know Before Preschool

Parents' Corner | June 1, 2021

Just as there is no one-size-fits-all roadmap for parenting, there is no magic number for the perfect preschool age. Many follow the rule of thumb that preschool is the two years prior to kindergarten, but the exact preschool age range varies quite a bit depending on a variety of factors. First and foremost, your child… Read More

Private Preschool vs. Public Preschool: Does It Matter?

Parents' Corner | May 21, 2021

Making the decision between private preschool vs. public preschool can be challenging. Read Cadence Education’s comparison guide to make your decision.

Childcare Red Flags: 5 Signs of a Bad Daycare

Parents' Corner | May 4, 2021

Is it time to put your child in daycare? Or do you need to switch to a new daycare provider? While the number of options to choose from may seem daunting, doing your research on various daycare facilities will pay off. It is an investment in your child. Your child is the most important person… Read More

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