21 September 2016
Many preschools require that your child be fully potty trained before they can begin classes. However, preschools that partner with daycare centers are often more relaxed about potty training and will allow you to send your 3-year old who still uses diapers. If you use cloth diapers with your child, finding a preschool that accepts your child may be more difficult. However, there are a few things you can do that can improve your chances of having your cloth-diapered child accepted.
18 July 2016
If you recently obtained custody rights of your two-year old grandchild and are worried that he or she may have some developmental issues, you may want to have the child tested and examined by a trained professional. If you have custody of this child, there is a good chance the child was not in a healthy environment during his or her first two years. A child's environment can have huge effects on his or her development, and here are several things to understand about this.
4 February 2016
Preschool is a great option for many children. However, the age at which parents enroll their children in preschool varies greatly. It may be hard to know when your child is ready for preschool. Here are some things that you should look for to tell if your child is ready for preschool. Is Your Child Able To Sit Still For Substantial Periods of Time? Although preschool is more relaxed than elementary school, there are still periods of time where the child must be able to sit still to enjoy a lesson, reading time, or crafting.
10 November 2015
If you are about to have a baby and are planning on returning to work shortly after the baby is born, you may want to begin looking for infant childcare soon. Good centers fill up quickly and have a limited number of infants they are able to accommodate. While there are many aspects to look into when searching for the right infant care center, one aspect that is highly important is the staff at the center.
26 June 2015
Enrolling your young child in swimming lessons is about more than just giving him or her the ability to have fun splashing the summer away. Knowing how to swim could very well save your child's life; according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, roughly 20 percent of drowning victims are children under the age of 14. Even if your child seems excited about hitting the water for the first time, this feeling can commonly change to uncertainty and even fear on the day of the first lesson.
3 June 2015
Turning your child over to a caregiver is never easy. While there are many options to choose from, not all will provide the same level of care. Each childcare center will have its own focus, and every child will have peculiar learning and care needs. Thus, finding a childcare center is a matter of finding one that will provide you the care your child requires in an environment that supports your personal parenting philosophy.
12 May 2015
Language is an important part of your baby's development. In fact, babies that are able to communicate properly tend to adjust better and do better in school. Babies begin learning language skills as soon as they're born. So, it's important that you fill your parenting basket with as many tricks as possible. These tricks will help you teach your child the art of communication. Here are a few tricks for improving your child's language skills, which will help your child excel once they begin school.