How Germs Can Hide – Sensory Activity

Last week throughout our center we learned all about healthy habits. We had a great time learning about how to make healthy choices and how germs can spread through a […]

Toys for Thought

Have you ever asked yourself, “What toys should I give my children? What will he be most entertained by? What will she learn the most from?” Walking down the toy […]

Positive Discipline: Consequences

In our previous post about positive discipline, we discussed setting limits for your child and encouraging them to problem-solve independently to deter negative behaviors. Today we are going to talk […]

Separation Anxiety

Are you nervous about putting your child in a new school? Does your son have a hard time separating from you in new situations? Or, has your daughter gone to […]

Potty Training: Part 2

In an earlier post, we discussed potty training readiness: signs to look for to recognize whether your child is ready to begin toilet training. Today, we are going to talk […]

Baby’s First Foods

Introducing solids and new foods for the first time to your baby can be a challenge. Where do you start? How much should you offer him? How many days should […]

Appropriate Guidance and Positive Discipline

Whether you’re a teacher, parent, or caregiver for young children, you have experienced a child who acts out or engages in a negative behavior. Anything from taking another child’s toy […]

Potty Training: Part 1

It’s 11:00 PM on Sunday night and not only did you just realize that Sally has one diaper left, but that her teacher informed you on Friday that she’s out […]