Important Tips Every Parent Should Know About Staff/Child Ratios In Day Care Centers

Posted on: 30 March 2016

As the parent of a young child, day care is obviously a big concern for you, since recent data has determined that about four out of five kids in the United States have spent at least some time in day care by the age of four. It is also important to note that the ratios of students to teachers in child care facilities typically increase during nap time and that there are certain times of the day in many child care facilities that can be more challenging. [Read More]

5 Tips For Exercising After A Long Day At Work

Posted on: 29 March 2016

Whether you work in the advertising or finance industry, exercise is often the last thing you want to do after spending eight or nine hours at the office. However, keeping up with your fitness is important and provides your body with a lot of great benefits. So how do you motivate yourself to work out after a long day at work? Here are some helpful tips to follow: Put Your Workouts on Your Calendar [Read More]

Tips For Finding The Best Preschool In Your Area

Posted on: 28 March 2016

As a parent, it is vital that you are finding the best possible preschool for your children in order to ensure that they are getting the best education. To help make sure that you are doing this with ease, you will want to take a few moments to check out some of the following helpful tips. Ask To Do A Pop In  It is best to make sure that you are allowed to view some preschool classroom time, even if some of that time is play time. [Read More]

Child Centered Education Vs Traditional Education: What You Should Know

Posted on: 9 February 2016

When your child reaches the age at which they should be starting school, you may find yourself faced with several different decisions to make about the future of their education. After all, your child's education is the foundation upon which the rest of their life will be based. One of the major decisions that you will need to make is between a child centered education experience and a traditional education style. [Read More]