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A guide to developing emotional intelligence in children

A guide to developing emotional intelligence in children

The difficulties and uncertainties in the past few years due to the pandemic have significantly introduced new challenges for the future. The unexpected times were overwhelmingly emotional, which were experienced by you and your family....
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Nurturing a love for learning in children

Nurturing a love for learning in children

Nurturing a child's love for gaining knowledge begins with trust. As preschoolers, we agree with our children to recognize while they may be ready to examine what they may be interested in learning. We agree...
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What to do when other children hit my child in daycare?

What to do when other children hit my child in daycare?

Well, we’ve all been there, enjoying an eventful family time playing games together, and suddenly the peace is cut short when one child hits the other and cries, shrieks, and whines come pouring out. It...
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Work-Life Balance and Your Child’s Early Education

Work-Life Balance and Your Child’s Early Education

Finally, your children are asleep. Now, you have a moment to yourself; you can watch a movie, spend some time on Netflix, read a book, or catch up with a friend, maybe?  Sounds fun and...
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Benefits of Educational Toys for Toddlers

Benefits of Educational Toys for Toddlers

Whether a teacher or a parent, you want what’s best for your child and give your best to upgrade and enhance their skills through various activities. Toddlers are always curious and fascinated with their surroundings....
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10 Ways to Boost toddlers’ creativity in daycare

10 Ways to Boost toddlers’ creativity in daycare

" Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up" These famous words by Picasso give an insight that every child is unique and born with creativity...
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Is your Child safe at Daycare?

Is your Child safe at Daycare?

You're not alone if the thought of leaving your child with someone else makes you nervous. Offloading some child care responsibilities is a significant decision. The most precious thing for parents is their children. Daycare...
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First day of playschool: Building confidence and social skills

First day of playschool: Building confidence and social skills

The first day of play school is overwhelming for not only children but parents as well. When a child starts their schooling journey, they are approaching a major milestone with conflicting and mixed emotions. Of...
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How to make your child adapt with the transition

How to make your child adapt with the transition

After the ease of Covid-19 restrictions, children and teachers have adopted and prepared for returning to school. Our entire staff as well as our teachers have adopted several safety measures and are well-prepared to welcome...
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