Benefits Of After-School Care For Older Children
6 December 2016
When you think about day care, you probably think about younger kids more than adolescents or pre-teens. However, the truth is that day care can be a benefit for older children as well as younger ones. Before you opt to have your child stay home alone after school, there are a few things that you should understand. Here are a few advantages to using day care for your older children.
Making Preschool Fun For Children With Autism
6 April 2016
For many parents of children with autism, preschool enrollment can be a difficult and stressful decision. Although autistic children often struggle with social interactions and can become overwhelmed in unfamiliar situations, preschool is also an invaluable space to begin teaching them the practical social skills they will need in school and adult life. These are four ways to make the transition to preschool as painless and fun as possible for both you and your child with autism.
Get Your Group Or Daycare Together With A Simple Spring Project
5 April 2016
Looking for a fun project to bring a group of children together? Nothing fosters a sense of solidarity like a common objective, such as a creative project. There are many group projects that are well-suited to a group of young children, and that will begin to build bonds and interactions among the kids in your care.
Build team-work and foster fun with this simple spring suggestion:
Foster fun with a group flip-flop wreath.
Answering Common Questions About Before School Child Care Programs
31 March 2016
Keeping your child safe can be a demanding task for any parent, and the stresses associated with balancing a rigorous professional schedule and the need to care for children can seem like too much for a parent to manage. Luckily, there are options to help parents better manage these conflicting responsibilities. If you are a new parent, you may benefit from having the following couple of questions about your options for addressing this childcare problem answered.