Three Simple Steps To Make Your Child's Transition From Home To Daycare As Easy As Possible
20 June 2016
Difficult and unforeseeable events can send a stay-at-home mom swimming right back into the working world. If your child has gotten use to you being at home all of the time, you are going to experience challenges while preparing them to spend a majority of their time at a daycare. This situation is going to be more scary for them than it is for you. Below is a list of steps to take to ensure your child's sudden transition to daycare is as easy as possible.
How To Make The First Day Of Preschool Easy On Your Little One
3 June 2016
The first day of preschool can be a stressful experience for you and your toddler, especially if they are not used to spending a lot of time away from you. Unfortunately, you can't be there to hold their hand throughout the acclimation period. But there are a few things you can do to prep your toddler and make the first day of preschool easy on them – consider incorporating one or more of the following tips and tricks into your preparation plans:
4 Things to Know about Charter Schools
12 May 2016
Education is very important for children, and it is not uncommon for parents to spend a lot of time considering where their child should be enrolled in school. While private school is an option for some families, others typically consider either the public school that their child is assigned to based on address or look into local charter schools. If you are trying to decide where to send your child to kindergarten, use the following information to determine if a charter school is right for your family:
4 Ways That Child Care Helps Your Child To Develop
11 May 2016
There are more than 32 million children in child care in the U.S., according to the Census Bureau. Is your child one of these millions? Not only does daycare solve your dilemma of what to do with the kids while you're at work, but it also has developmental benefits galore. How can child care help your little one to develop?
Child care provides a social situation for children. It means that your child is around other kids all day long.