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Understanding Child Care Challenges


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Understanding Child Care Challenges

When I first enrolled my child into a child care program, I realized that there were a few things I needed to do in order to improve my child's experience. For starters, I worked hard to understand the kinds of challenges the providers were up again, and it really helped me to see what I needed to do to improve their experience. It was incredible to see how much of a change it made in regards to my kid's daily routine, as I could anticipate issues and resolve them proactively. Check out this blog for great information for making your child's daycare experience easier.

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4 ADHD Treatment Options
29 May 2019

One of the most common conditions in children is a

Should Preschools Have Mixed Ages?
22 August 2018

There are different approaches that you can go wit

3 Questions To Ask When You Are Choosing The Right Preschool
26 July 2017

Given that preschool can be defined as any ed

Creating Criteria For Choosing A Child Care Provider
25 July 2017

If you have to leave your children so you can work

Is A Montessori Pre-K Program Right For Your Child?
25 July 2017

With your child's babyhood just a few years behind

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4 ADHD Treatment Options

One of the most common conditions in children is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and this condition is also present in adults. Although this is not a life-threatening condition, it can severely limit a child's ability to learn and interact with others in a healthy manner. For adults, this condition can make it difficult for you to be productive. ADHD has been a recognized condition for a while and there are many treatment options available. Read More 

Should Preschools Have Mixed Ages?

There are different approaches that you can go with when it comes to early childhood education. One approach that is constantly debated is having children of mixed ages in the same class. This means that your child could find themselves in a class that has children who are a few years older or younger than them. There are many experts who argue that being in a mixed-age group can have a positive effect on the development of children. Read More 

3 Questions To Ask When You Are Choosing The Right Preschool

Given that preschool can be defined as any educational program for children five years of age or under who are not yet old enough for kindergarten, there are many different options to choose from. However, they are not all equal and it is important to note that some kids will benefit from a more structured classroom setting, while others might do better in a more easy-going curriculum. Therefore, before committing to one educational plan for preschool, it's best to be aware of the information provided in the following sections. Read More 

Creating Criteria For Choosing A Child Care Provider

If you have to leave your children so you can work, you will want to make sure that your children receive at least the same quality of care that you would provide if you were present to take care of your children. In order to ensure that you choose a child care provider that you feel like you can partner with, you should develop a list of criteria that you can use to help you make distinctions between one provider and others. Read More 

Is A Montessori Pre-K Program Right For Your Child?

With your child's babyhood just a few years behind you, you may feel completely unprepared when it comes to planning your child's preschool and elementary education. However, the proliferation of preschool and pre-kindergarten (pre-K) programs has led parents into this decision-making process even sooner than in past generations, and you may worry that failure to act soon could lead your child to fall behind his or her peers. For many children, the Montessori method could create a more seamless and stress-free transition from a fairly unstructured home or daycare environment into a learning environment. Read More