Does Your Toddler Not Want To Leave Preschool? How To Deal With Pick-Up Fits


Toddler's personalities are in a constant state of change. A few months ago, your toddler didn't want you to leave them at preschool, and now your toddler has a meltdown during pick-up and want to stay at preschool to keep playing and learning. This is a normal part of being a toddler, and the solution to your toddler's issues may be as varied as your toddler.   #1 Give Your Child Time to Say Goodbye

19 March 2019

Choosing A Childcare Center That Is Comfortable For You And Your Child


Having a family is one of the most rewarding things you can do in life, and while it would be nice to be home with them all day, every day, it is just not practical for many new families. With both parents having to work these days, it may be necessary to find a childcare center for your son or daughter, and it is important to find one that is a good fit for both of you.

23 July 2018

How to Get Your Child to Eat Their Daycare Lunch


You might have the best intentions when sending your child to daycare with a packed lunch. However, if your child doesn't eat everything, you'll waste food and you also won't provide your child with the nutrition they need. Luckily, there are a few tricks that will make your child more likely to eat his or her lunch at daycare. Use an Insulated Lunchbox to Create More Options If you are concerned about how well the food will keep, send your child with an insulated lunch box that helps keep food cold.

3 February 2016

Tips And Tricks To Help You Prep Your Toddler For Their First Day Of Preschool


By attending preschool, your toddler has the opportunity to enter kindergarten with a vast vocabulary and better skills in math than other children who hadn't been to preschool. Social experience is yet another benefit of schooling before kindergarten. But it can be tough on both you and your little one when the day comes to leave them at their first day of preschool. Here are some ways you can prep your toddler, and yourself, for a positive experience on that first big day and beyond:

23 March 2015

Helping The Parent Adjust To Preschool


From the first moment that you found out you were expecting, you have been protective. From being selective about what you feed your child to protecting them when they're outside playing, it's the parent's role to be protective. While much discussion is devoted to helping the child adjust to preschool, the road can be just as difficult for the parent. Learning how to balance your naturally protective behavior with still allowing your child to gain some independence is important.

18 March 2015

Childcare For Your Tween


Many people think that once their child starts Kindergarten and public education, they are done with childcare. However, if you cannot clock out from your job until 5:00 pm, you are going to need to think about after school care for your child. Childcare for school-age children is different than care for babies and toddlers. Your ten year old would not appreciate you sending them to a care center where they work on colors, the alphabet and sing "

12 March 2015