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I'M Worried About My Child Having Behavioral Issues In Daycare. What Should I Do?

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Sending your child off to daycare can be a big step, and it’s natural to worry as a parent. This is especially true if your little one is already having some behavioral issues, or you simply worry that they will start to when they enter the preschool setting. Thankfully, there are many things that you can do to make sure that behavioral issues won’t crop up at daycare and become a big problem. Read More»

What Is Sensory Play, And How Can Your Child Benefit From It?

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Sensory play is the phrase used to refer to any play activity that promotes and stimulates the use of a child’s senses including smell, taste, touch, sight, and sound. The purpose of sensory play is to encourage children to use their senses to explore, play, create, and discover. Spending time developing and stimulating a child’s senses will help develop emotional, cognitive, social, physical, and linguistic skills. As a parent, it is in your best interest to learn everything you can about sensory play. Read More»

Two Popular Games That Teach Your Daycare Toddlers Basic Developmental Skills

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Day care is about so much more than just watching children while parents are away at work. Between the ages of 18 to 24 months, children are developing their basic skills that will carry them through their education. With all of the children that you have to care for, it is hard to find the time to sit down with them and help teach them these important developmental skills. Fortunately for you, children learn best when they don’t even realize you are teaching them something. Read More»