tips for successfully homeschooling your kids

  • Questions To Ask When Looking For A Childcare Center

    3 June 2015

    Turning your child over to a caregiver is never easy. While there are many options to choose from, not all will provide the same level of care. Each childcare center will have its own focus, and every child will have peculiar learning and care needs. Thus, finding a childcare center is a matter of finding one that will provide you the care your child requires in an environment that supports your personal parenting philosophy.

  • Learning Begins Before School: 4 Ways To Help Your Baby Develop Proper Language Skills

    12 May 2015

    Language is an important part of your baby's development. In fact, babies that are able to communicate properly tend to adjust better and do better in school. Babies begin learning language skills as soon as they're born. So, it's important that you fill your parenting basket with as many tricks as possible. These tricks will help you teach your child the art of communication. Here are a few tricks for improving your child's language skills, which will help your child excel once they begin school.

  • Why You Should Enroll Your Child In Head Start

    14 April 2015

    Head Start is federally funded program for children 3 to 5 years old and it focuses on preparing children for entering school. It benefits your community in various ways, and it assists your family in the important areas of health, nutrition, socialization, and educational skills. History, Focus, and Enrollment Head Start was originally a short-term summer school catch-up program that began in 1965 to help disadvantaged children enter elementary school with necessary skills to be successful.

  • 4 Daycare Parental Involvement Strategies That Work

    6 April 2015

    Daycare is much more than a place to drop the kids off at while you're at work. It's a caring home away from home and an educational environment. Even though you aren't physically present while your little one's at the center, parental involvement is key to your child's success. According to the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), early childhood programs need to collaborate and communicate with parents.