1. Teaching Gratitude

    We all have bad days. Sometimes those bad days turn into a tough month, a few months, or even just a challenging year. Bad times are a part of life, and they’re no one’s favorite. But they teach us resilience and strengthen our character, as long as we know how to handle the turbulent times at hand. Teaching gratitude is one of the best ways you can help your child cope and persevere through t…Read More

  2. Dropping Your Child Off At Daycare

    It’s a feeling described as “gut-wrenching.” Even when you've done your research and picked out a program you're confident in, there’s something so unspeakably difficult about dropping your child off at daycare for the first time. Even if they’re completely fine, you’re a wreck — especially if this is your first experience ever with taking them to daycare. But our daycare center and …Read More

  3. Is My Child Ready For Kindergarten?

    Every parent always wants their child to have the best life possible, and families also recognize that so much of this comes from education. Having a positive and successful academic experience is one of the pivotal and fundamental aspects of life. Academic experiences and successes open so many doors and present so many opportunities, it makes sense why kindergarten and preschool — the first gr…Read More

  4. How to Encourage Ongoing Learning Over Summer Vacation: Part Two

    Welcome back! In the first installment of this article, we began the discussion on active summer learning and how you can ensure your child is prepared for the upcoming school year by reading and learning a new skill. In this second part, we will continue the discussion and offer a few more summer-learning ideas. Take Vacations or Field Trips Get out and explore! Whether you visit a beach resort, …Read More

  5. How to Encourage Ongoing Learning Over Summer Vacation: Part One

    Summertime is meant to be a time away from structured school for those children who are old enough to attend. For older kids, this means that there are three solid months where they get to run and play in the summer sunshine and forget about all the academic knowledge they absorbed over the school year. For the younger kiddos, it is a time that exploring expands beyond the warm walls of their home…Read More