Preschool Open Houses: Three Things To Look For
2 May 2016
Preschool open houses offer an opportunity for parents and potential students to get to know the school before making a decision. If you are planning on open houses to find the right preschool for your child, here are a few things you should keep in mind to make the most out of this experience.
Observe Your Child
While it is important to inspect the school and observe the teachers and faculty, take time to observe your child during the open house.
Do You Want A Nanny Or An Au Pair?
11 April 2016
For single parents or for households where both parents are working, deciding what sort of daycare to provide for young children can be a real challenge. However, you may not have considered some other options for child care, such as an au pair or a nanny. Each of these options will have its own advantages and challenges
The Nanny Option
Some people have a knack for working with children. Nannies are typically trained, dedicated professionals who pursue a career in child education.
Tips For Preparing Your Child For Preschool
8 April 2016
If you are thinking about sending your child to preschool, you are making the decision to give your child a leg-up in kindergarten and classes to follow. Your child will learn the basics of his or her numbers and letters, as well as how to socialize appropriately with other children his or her own age. Here are some tips for making sure that your child is ready to go to preschool.
3 Wonderful Things That Head Start Does For Children Who Come From Low-Income Families
13 January 2016
Head Start is wonderful program for children from low-income families that range in age from 1-5 years old. This great program is funded by grants that allow different very needed resources to be provided to these children. This program works on giving children the opportunity to succeed in life when they otherwise may struggle. It helps them with a variety of different things, and this article will discuss 3 of them.