1. How to Protect Your Children From Illness

    Let's face it, getting sick is inevitable. As humans, we are the perfect host for a variety of microbes, and as social creatures, we are bound to pass them from one person to another. Add to that the expectation to go, go, go, and the delayed onset of symptoms…More

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    How to Choose A Special Needs Child Care Facility

    It can be difficult to find reliable and quality child care in general, but the process is even more challenging for parents with a special needs child. When choosing a special needs care facility, parents must be assured they are making the best decision for …More

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    How to Get Involved With Your Child’s Care

    As a working parent, you fret about your child’s wellbeing while you can’t be with them and wonder how they are doing without you. Very few parents simply trust a babysitter or a daycare to simply hand their child over to without doing some investigating. …More

  4. 6 Educational Toys That Will Reinforce Learning At Home

    If you’re a parent, you’re probably tired of picking up toys. You’re probably also tired of seeing how quickly your child gets bored with their toys. When a toy is new, they’re fascinated for about 5 minutes, and suddenly, it’s old. What’s up with …More

  5. 4 Tips for Avoiding Meltdowns When Changing Activities

    Does your preschool-age child resist changing activities? Is it hard for them to stop what they’re doing and move on to the next task or activity? Many children have a hard time with this, and it’s one of the biggest causes of meltdowns. Meltdowns are no f…More

  6. The Benefits of Active Learning for Preschoolers

    It’s well known that the right learning environment makes a big difference for preschoolers. In fact, it’s practically inconceivable to think of making a preschooler sit at a desk for hours. It simply wouldn’t work. Research has shown that preschoolers l…More

  7. Healthy Habits To Teach Your Young Child

    It’s January, and the season of New Year’s resolutions is already starting to fade for many of us. Our commitments to go to the gym, eat less junk food, and save money are already fizzling. It’s well known that trying to make resolutions (and keep them) …More