"My son has been attending this daycare for 9 months. He is happy when we drop him off and happy when we pick him up. This provider treats the children as if they were her own. She genuinely cares for"
"Although we took our daughter in this day care for a short time, but the caregiver is the most caring, kind & easy to work with lady. Our daughter had no problem adjusting because the facility had so..."
Montessori, Waldorf, Reggio Emilia, High-Scope, Bank Street... Most likely you've never come across such terms, unless of course... you started looking for a preschool! Which preschool teaching philosophy is the best? Find out how they are different.Montessori, Waldorf, Reggio Emilia, High-Scope... which preschool teaching philosophy is the best? See More
The daycare and preschool tour is a (maybe even the) key moment in the decision making process, so it's important that you make the most of your daycare tour. Here's how to evaluate the child care program before your child enrolls.Make the most of your daycare tour, here's how to evaluate the program before your child enrolls. See More
Some children are more hands on than others, some prefer the abstract world, and some like tangible puzzles to solve. Everyone learns differently. Find out which teaching philosophy suits your child best (based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator).Find out which teaching philosophy suits your child best (based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). See More
For many full-time working parents, whose children are in day care for long stretches of the day, your child's activities are somewhat of a mystery. How can you know what your little one has been up to? Here's how to know...How can you know what your little one has been up to in daycare? See More
"How was your day?" you ask your preschooler. If you're lucky, you'll get "Good." "Why doesn't my little one tell me about her day?" you wonder. This is a parenting conundrum that baffles many. There are a few possible reasons..."How was your day?" you ask your preschooler. If you're lucky, you'll get "Good." Here's why... See More