Improving Your Child's Chances In School

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Improving Your Child's Chances In School

After our kids started going to school, I realized that some of our children were doing a lot better than others. Our youngest son seemed to really struggle with reading, and it was really discouraging to watch. To help him out, we started working with his teachers to understand his challenges in the classroom. It took a lot of work, but we were able to streamline his experience and help him to focus on his studies. This blog is all about working with your kids who might not be as good at school as others, so that you can improve their chances of success.

Physical Fitness And The Preschool Facility

The preschool facility is much more than just a building. It's a play space where learning happens daily. Along with developing cognitive (memory, problem-solving) and other intellectual abilities, your child will also build physical skills. Take a look at why exercise is important for the young child and how the preschool environment encourages physical fitness that can lead to your child's motor development success. Physical Play Why is physical play crucial for the young child and their development? Read More 

Why Your Toddler Should Go To A Child Care Center

If you have a toddler, one of the toughest decisions you'll make involves whether you will stay-at-home with them yourself, get a babysitter, or place them in a childcare facility. It can be such a hard choice because, as much as you may want to stay with them, you also have to earn a living. That leaves you with two options: the babysitter or the childcare center. You might be leaning toward the babysitter, but the childcare facility could be the better choice. Read More 

Nervous About The First Day? 3 Ways To Help Your Kid Adjust To A New Day Care

You have spent the past few weeks researching child care programs, and you know that your kid's first day is soon to arrive. While you know that their program and the staff is perfect for stimulating their development, your kid may be a little apprehensive. After all, moving to a new environment always requires a little adjustment. As you prepare for your kid's first day, use these tips to help them adjust to the new program. Read More 

How To Make Sure Your Young Child Reaches Their Potential

A young child is at a critical stage in their development. Early childhood experiences will affect a young child's interests, attitudes, and dedication to learning and exploring the world. Parents and educators can play a big role in helping young children reach their potential by exposing them to the right things. The following are some things you can do to help your child reach his or her potential. Help Your Child Explore New Things Read More 

Three Benefits Of Enrolling Your Child In An After-School Program

Ensuring that your child is having a productive and enjoyable time in school is important for a countless number of reasons, but many well-meaning parents will assume that this process ends once class lets out. However, after-school programs can be an excellent opportunity for your child. In particular, there are a few important benefits that you may want to consider when deciding whether to enroll your child into one of these programs. Read More