Parenting Tips for Toddlers: How to Get your Toddlers to Listen

2021-04-12T08:02:01-06:00April 12th, 2021|Child Care|

One of the most challenging aspects of parenting is managing toddlers’ temper tantrums. There are many different approaches parents can use, but it begins with teaching toddlers how to follow rules and expectations at home.  Research has shown that cooperation and good listening skills are not things that small children innately know how to do.

6 Ways to Help Your Child Build Social Skills at Home

2020-07-08T00:23:08-06:00June 24th, 2020|Child Care|

While learning the alphabet or knowing how to count is important, another set of skills has been determined to play a significant role in children’s success later in life - social skills. Social skills are behaviors and forms of communication that make an individual effective when it comes to creating and maintaining relationships. People who

Top 8 Tips for Building Confidence in Kids

2019-11-07T07:05:29-06:00October 13th, 2019|Child Care|

Building confidence starts from a young age. Our personalities are shaped by the combination of our innate nature and the social environment that we live in. Our confidence and self-esteem are shaped by these as well. We as parents play a huge role in building confidence in our kids. It is important that we realize

8 Tips For Raising A Well-Rounded Child

2019-10-21T12:04:09-06:00September 23rd, 2019|Child Care|

To raise a well-rounded child may appear to be challenging.. And, believe it or not, raising a child in faith-challenging times can be even more complex. It seems like more and more of our values are being tested with each passing day. We all want to instill in  our children both kindness and compassion. We

6 Ways on How to Get Your Child Interested in School

2019-10-22T04:59:41-06:00July 20th, 2019|Child Care|

If you ask young kids why they hate school, they often provide an endless list of reasons. They tell you that school is a prison, that they hate homework, they don’t like getting up early in the morning, and so on and so forth. If you’ve been hearing these things from your little one, you

8 Keys to Prevent Aggressive Preschooler or Toddler Behavior

2019-10-22T05:20:04-06:00June 22nd, 2019|Child Care|

The period between 18 months and 4 years is both an exciting and challenging phase for many parents. During this stage, toddlers and preschoolers are beginning to comprehend that they are separate individuals from their parents and family. This is when they learn how to express themselves, communicate their preferences and act independently. Because expressing

10 Ways You Can Motivate Your Child To Read

2019-10-22T05:35:56-06:00June 11th, 2019|Child Care|

Reading, as the old slogan goes, is fundamental. Not just for children but for adults, as well. Yet despite decades of stressing the importance of both adult and child literacy, some troubling statistics  remain. A 2013 report from the National Center for Education Statistics found the U.S. ranked lower in literacy rates for individuals born

6 Effective Tips to Encourage Your Kids to Get Physically Active

2019-10-22T06:07:31-06:00May 9th, 2019|Child Care|

Adults aren’t the only ones who need regular exercise. Children need to be physically active, too. Exercise for young kids isn’t limited to just doing routine movements and organized activities. Parents, here’s how to motivate your kids to get physically active.

8 Amazing Benefits of Storytelling for Kids

2019-10-22T06:18:16-06:00April 22nd, 2019|Child Care|

Parents these days turn to the convenience offered by technology to send their children to sleep. Well, let’s admit it. It’s really easy for kids to fall asleep after watching a video or their favorite cartoons. These things may be considered a simple pleasure of childhood but nothing compares to the beauty of storytelling to

Top 6 Important Tips to Teach Life Skills for Kids

2019-10-22T06:25:11-06:00April 11th, 2019|Child Care|

Of the many things parents should teach their kids, some of the most important are life skills. Life skills are valuable lessons that children need to learn at a young age. These are the skills that they will use growing up and the same skills that can help them achieve success later in life. As

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