Crawling: Benefits to Child Development

Crawling provides a diverse range of sensory experiences. Your child is experiencing a wide range of feelings through his skin, from soft to rough, wet to dry, cold to warm, and so on. Crawling also benefits the vestibular system, which is in charge of our capacity to balance and helps us sense where we are […]

Morning Routines for Toddlers

When their daily routines are regular and comfortable, toddlers feel more secure and in control. Toddlers benefit from routines and schedules both at home and in group care settings because they feel more in control of their surroundings. Here are some tips to help you and your toddler have an easy morning routine:  Offer a […]

Encouraging Responsibility in Toddlers!

Accomplishing a task that a child is responsible for is very rewarding for them and boosts their self esteem.  It is essential for parents, caregivers and teachers to know the importance of teaching responsibilities to children starting at a young age.  As preschoolers get older and gain more independence, learning responsibility is essential.  There are […]

Monitoring Screen Time!

Children are growing up surrounded by digital media. TV, videos, social media, video games, and much more are all included. Media has the power to affect how kids feel, learn, think, and act. This is why it’s crucial to comprehend the advantages and disadvantages of screentime. Learning and social skills delays: Overwatching TV can cause deficits […]

Nutrition During Preschool & Kindergarten

  When children eat properly, they feel better. Your child should be eating the same foods as the rest of the family during the preschool and kindergarten years. As a parent, it is your job to provide nutritious food in a calm environment at set mealtimes. Here’s some tips for parents during meal times:    […]

First Day Jitters

Stretching out your separation times gradually several months prior to the start of school is one strategy to ease kindergarten fears. The goal is to slowly help your child become more comfortable with adults besides immediate family and realize they can survive without their parents present. Here are some ideas that may help:    Help […]

Kindergarten Readiness!

We’re not just talking about academics here. Your child’s social, emotional, and behavioral skills are as important for academic achievement, and far too many children in the United States begin kindergarten without them.    When you’re deciding if your child is kindergarten ready consider the following:  Examine your child’s growth attentively. Is your youngster capable […]

Tips for Picky Eaters!

For toddlers, picky eating is frequently the norm. Try not to get frustrated by this typical toddler behavior. Simply provide healthy meal options and know that with time, your child’s appetite and eating habits will stabilize. Here are some tips that can help you get through the picky eating stage:   Make food fun : […]

Heat Rash

The most common victims of heat rash are infants and young children. It happens when it’s hot and muggy outside. Entrances to the sweat glands are blocked. Little red lumps appear around the sweat duct openings as a result of this. With the July heat, it’s important to check for possible heat rashes in skin […]

Cooking With Your Toddler: How it helps Their Development

Your toddler can take control of their learning through hands-on experiences. Learn how cooking can stimulate your child’s social, physical, and cognitive development!   Social/Emotional Development:    Toddlers may practice skills including problem-solving, sharing, and teamwork. Children learn the value of following instructions and being mindful of those around them by developing and following recipes […]