Preschool Care

Infant Care: Pediatrician Visits The First Year

As a new mom, it’s easy to find things to worry about. Despite reading all the infant care books, articles, and blog posts that you can lay your hands on, you’ll still worry about your baby. You might find yourself worrying if they are overweight, or underweight. Should they be sleeping more? Are they sleeping […]

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Infant Education: When Should My Baby Start Crawling?

Parents around the world understand the importance of infant education. Your infant’s early learning program must focus on developing their cognitive, social, and motor skills. Crawling is a gross motor skill that is essential for your child’s development. Research suggests that approximately 50% of infants crawl by the time they are 8 months old. But […]

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Child Care Tips For Traveling With A Baby

Traveling with a baby can be challenging, but with some careful planning, and packing, it can be a breeze. Child care on the move can be stressful as some babies don’t take well to the change of routine and environment. The key to a relaxing trip is to make sure you have everything that baby […]

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Infant Care: When Should My Baby Start Teething?

Did you know that teething has got nothing to do with your baby’s milestone development and that each baby’s teething pattern may be different? Do you realize that some babies may show teething symptoms from as early as two to three months, with teeth only appearing between four months to one year? At Parkland Children’s […]

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Building Relationships Is Important For Infant Education

Did you know that the majority of an infant’s brain development occurs during the first five years of their life? How your child learns and develops over this time, largely impacts their success later on. Lack of infant education has been found to increase negative experiences for children. In contrast, high quality infant education provides […]

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Learning Years: The Importance Of Mental Health For Young Children

Mental health is extremely important in the early learning years, as children begin to interact with others their age and start to manage their emotions. But what does taking care of mental health look like for young children? How can you set the best example and teach your child healthy coping mechanisms? We’re here to […]

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The Importance Of Licensed Child Care

Ensuring that a daycare offers licensed child care is essential when considering where to send your child. A licensed facility adheres to basic regulations for safety, sanitization, nutrition, and staff accreditation: each one plays an important role in forming an environment where your child can learn in an enriched, safe environment. But how important is a […]

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The Importance Of A Preschool Center With A Focus On Learning

There are many things to think about when you have a small child. While some parents think about a savings account for college, many don’t put the same emphasis on preschool (which will happen much sooner). Far from being a glorified daycare, the evidence of the emotional and educational benefits of early learning cannot be […]

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Fun Distance Learning Activities

Children of all ages have been forced to adjust to virtual or distance learning, and because of dedicated teachers and parents, they have managed very well. The live classroom sessions on platforms like Zoom or Google Meets have had to focus on getting children to re-engage and connect with peers, friends, and teachers they have […]

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The Importance Of A Safe Preschool

Whether you’re sending your child to preschool for the first time or whether they’re returning for another year, preschool safety is of paramount importance. In this year’s changing circumstances, keeping preschools safe has become even more essential. Here are some key aspects to consider as a parent when assessing a potential preschool for your child […]

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