Play-based Learning Can Set Your Child up for Success
Kindergartens and schools offer various approaches to early education, all promoting the benefits of their particular programs. One approach gaining much attention in the early years sector is play-based learning. Research shows that play-based learning enhances children’s academic and developmental learning outcomes. It can also set your child up for success in the 21st century by teaching them relevant skills.
This year isn't ideal - But let's make the best of it!
Many of our parents have helped us around many twists in life's road with the saying, "What's real isn't always what's ideal, and what's ideal is rarely real." This has never felt more applicable or helpful than while parenting and educating during COVID-19. Things are not ideal in many, fundamental ways, and yet here we are. Though hopefully not forever, this is our reality, and probably will be for a while.
Keeping Children Safe
It’s never too early to sow the seeds of personal safety and children can begin learning about keeping safe as young as three. Read about the "five basic principles" all parents need to teach their children.
Children Can Love Vegetables too!
If your child finds it hard to eat enough vegetables, it’s important to keep working on it. If you help your child develop healthy eating habits now, it sets up healthy habits for life. You can help your child enjoy veggies too. Find out how!