Tips for Transitioning Your Baby Into Child Care

  • Tips To Help Your Toddler Adjust To Daycare

    10 January 2020

    Toddlers who have attended daycare from the time they were infants have typically long gotten over their separation anxiety when their mom or dad drops them off each day. But for the toddler who is new to daycare, the experience can cause a lot of anxiety in the beginning. Thankfully, there are a few things parents can do to ease their child's fears and adjust to the new normal. Here are some tips to implement with your child.

  • What Will You Do With Your Child When You Go Back To Work?

    17 September 2019

    When you had your first baby, you likely already knew that the time would come when you would go back into the workforce. Maybe you need a second income to make daily life easier. Or, it might be that you truly love your profession and you don't want to give it up just yet. Now that you're going back to work, you probably have one central question in mind: what will you do with your child who isn't ready for real school yet?

  • Tips To Help You Find The Best Preschool For Your Child

    7 March 2019

    If your child is getting close to the age when preschool should begin, you will want to start your search for the best possible preschool programs in your area. To help with this, you will want to spend a little time reviewing the following advice. Ask About Their Schedule You will want to call around to a few different preschools and ask each one what their preschool schedule is like. You want to know how many days a week and how many hours each day.

  • 5 Considerations To Make When Choosing A Great Child Center Care For Your Child

    26 January 2018

    If you're needing assistance with child care due to your work schedule, or just need a little extra help, you may be searching for a child care center. While there are many child care centers out there, it can be overwhelming having to make such a big choice. Luckily, with a bit of extra care, you can choose one that is perfect for both you and your child. Keep reading to better understand what considerations need to be made when deciding on childcare.

  • Meals At Childcare Centers: 3 Tips For Packing A Healthy And Convenient Lunch For Your Kids

    7 June 2017

    While some childcare centers will provide meals and snacks for your children, while others will give parents the opportunity and option to pack lunches themselves. If you intend on packing your children's lunches yourself, pay attention to the type of foods and snacks that you include in their lunchboxes. A healthy lunch will teach your children to make healthier dietary choices in the future. Here are 3 tips to keep in mind when packing lunches.

  • What Can You Do To Help Your Shy Child Make Friends?

    27 March 2017

    For some children, making friends is a skill that is natural to them. For children who are shy, interacting with other children can be challenging. If your young child is shy and having trouble with making friends, here are some ways you can help him or her learn how to do so.   Avoid Pushing Your Child When dealing with a young child who is reserved, pushing him or her can only make the situation worse.

  • What to Look for in a Daycare Center for Your Toddler

    2 March 2017

    Whether you want to put your toddler in daycare to socialize them, give yourself a break from your busy schedule, or to have someone professional watch them while you go to work or school, you may be wondering which center is best for your needs. Here are things you should look for when choosing the best daycare center for you and your child to help you narrow down your many options.

  • Prepping For Preschool? Help Your Child Succeed By Focusing On These Key Areas!

    16 March 2015

    Going off to preschool is a big step in your child's development. More than just fun, a high quality preschool program can help strengthen their self-confidence, enhance their vocabulary and improve their social, verbal and motor skills. Like any new activity, however, children respond best and benefit most from preschool when their parents have helped to prepare them for the experience. If your child is about to take the exciting step up to preschool, working with them in the following areas beforehand can help your child get the most from the experience.