Is preschool right for your child? Millions of new parents struggle with this question every day. With decades of experience running a preschool, we have compiled some preschool pros and cons for your consideration.
During the summer months, it's important that a young child’s learning and growth do not take a summer break. From social skills to self-esteem to physical activity and intellectual challenges, a quality summer day camp for preschool and grade school children can have tremendous benefits for your child's development.
Trying to decide between hiring a nanny and enrolling your child in a local daycare center? Surprisingly, daycare costs can be cheaper and provide immense extra benefits, from educational focus, social development, licensed care and scheduling flexibility.
Early experience with music, painting, dance, theatre, and more has been shown to have tremendous benefits in shaping young minds. Learn why exposure to the arts in a preschool education curriculum is so important to your child's overall development.
When choosing a local daycare or preschool for the first time, many parents worry about transitioning their child into a new routine...and it's easy to understand why. But these tips should help make this transitional period a bit easier for both you and your child.
Having to find the best child care near you can be enough of a challenge without dealing with a waiting list. But if you follow these tips, you can increase your chances of enrolling your child in an outstanding local preschool or daycare facility -- no matter how popular it may be.
Although three-fourths of all young children in the U.S. participate in a preschool program, that doesn’t always mean adjusting to this new routine is easy. Even if you’ve evaluated all of the available preschools for young children in your area and have decided on the best of the best, it’s […]
When choosing a preschool for your child, the more information you have, the better off you'll be when it comes time to make a decision. From important developmental factors like educational curriculum, activities and philosophy; to more basic concerns like scheduling options, commute distance and price, it is important you make sure you nail down the particulars.