Author: Children's Academy

Childhood Development: Bilateral Integration

Bilateral integration is very important in your children’s development. It can help them later in life with their fine and gross motor skills. If they have difficulty with certain tasks, it may be best to consult your family doctor and make a plan for a way forward. What is Bilateral Integration? Most people do not […]

Teaching Toddlers Handwriting Skills

Teaching your child handwriting skills can be a very exciting time in your toddlers’ life and yours! Try to keep in mind these tips when introducing your toddler to writing, not only is writing a basic and primary form of communication but it can also help them with their fine motor skills. The Most Important […]

Helping Children Build Self-Esteem

Learning how to build your self-esteem from a young age is an invaluable lesson that every parent wants their children to go through. Here are some ways to help them along the journey, and to learn a couple of things about yourself along the way What Is Self-Esteem? Self-esteem is how we feel about ourselves […]

Why Teacher/Child Ratios Matter For Infant Daycare

The ratio of children to teachers is not a new topic. It is one element that every parent will ask about when searching for a preschool for their children. It seems that one on one attention is simply something that is valued, especially where preschool education is concerned. There are so many reasons for the […]

Decrease Your Child’s Screentime With Summer Camp

The technological advancement in the 21st century have resulted in screens being a permanent part of our daily lives. Our cellphones, tablets, TVs and even watches have become sources of information and entertainment. It is a phenomenon that affects people of all ages – even young children make use of these devices. When your child’s […]

How To Help Your Child Adjust To Child Care

Changing a young child’s routine is a challenge most parents will face as their child reaches different developmental stages. Starting infant day care or going to sleep-away camp can be difficult for young children and the transition phase can be especially difficult if it’s their first time away from their home. Preparing them for this […]

Choosing Age Appropriate Toys For Child Development

Early education for your child should not just start at school but in your home as well. As a parent, you want the best for your child and this includes carefully choosing the type of toys your child plays with. Most people think that buying toys for children only serves an entertainment purpose, even though […]

The Benefits Of Daycare For Infants

When parents decide to go back to work some struggle with the decision to enroll their child in a daycare.  However, a good quality daycare is not only somewhere safe for your children to be, it can actually provide many benefits for your child! Studies on the effect of daycare show that daycare can be […]

How Summer Camps Help Your Child’s Social Skills

There are various educational programs available that can help develop and grow your child. Many programs focus on cognitive, academic, physical and emotional development. But one important domain of development that is often overlooked is social development. What many parents don’t realize, is that children need more than just academic skill development and physical exercise […]

Sensory Play And Brain Development

Early brain development is one of the most important responsibilities we have as parents and educators. While there is a large variety of toys, electronics, and apps available on the market to help aid children ranging from infants to pre-k, sensory play and preschool activities are crucial to early brain development. Here at Parkland Children’s […]

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