Tips For Getting Your Toddler To Want To Brush Their Teeth

Posted on: 8 February 2020

Compromising with a toddler...oh my! Toddlers sure do have a way of trying to, well, get their way. And while sometimes you would just rather stand back, give in, and giggle at them as they throw their tantrums, you can't throw in the towel on important matters, such as teeth brushing. If getting your toddler to want to brush their teeth is a full-out battle twice a day, here are a few suggestions that may (hopefully) help. [Read More]

Preschool And Your Child: How Parents Can Help Promote Learning At Home

Posted on: 7 November 2018

When you enroll your child in preschool, you give them a head-start in social interaction, fine and gross motor skill development, and academic education. However, parents can help to reinforce learning and further development by engaging in learning activities with their child at home. Here are some ways you can help promote learning at home.  1. Reduce or eliminate electronics and screen time.  Children often spend time at home watching TV, playing on tablets, or playing games on the computer. [Read More]

Helping Your Child Make Friends

Posted on: 24 September 2018

Some children naturally make friends. They're like the flame, and other kids are the moths flitting around their light. Other kids' lights shine no less brightly, but they might need a little extra help forming friendships. The bonds that kids form when they're young are important. These friendships are their first foray into the world outside of the family, and they help inform kids' opinion of the world around them. If your child is having trouble making friends, there are a few things you can do to help. [Read More]

3 Reasons Why Child Care Is Good For Your Child

Posted on: 27 February 2018

Taking your child to child care on a regular basis can be a great thing for them. Here are three reasons why.  It Teaches Them To Share One very important concept for children to learn is sharing. This seems to be especially difficult for children who are the only child in their family or for children who are the youngest in their family. They just don't understand why they have to give someone else something that belongs to them. [Read More]