What Can You Do To Teach Your Preschooler Responsibility?

16 May 2017
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One of the more challenging concepts that you will have to teach your preschooler is responsibility. Responsibility not only encompasses taking ownership of his or her acts, but also doing expected tasks without believing a reward is owed. To help your child learn about being more responsible, here are some tips you can use.   Start Setting Expectations at an Early Age  Even though your preschooler has a limited vocabulary, he or she understands enough about his or her world to start learning about being responsible. Read More 

3 Reasons To Utilize A Childcare Center Instead Of A Babysitter

20 March 2017
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One of the most difficult decisions that many parents will have to face is how they are going to make sure that their children are cared for while they are at work, which typically means either opting for a babysitter or a childcare center. Listed below are three reasons to utilize a childcare center instead of a babysitter. Get Your Child Accustomed To Groups One of the biggest reasons to utilize a childcare center instead of a babysitter is the fact that the childcare center will get your child accustomed to groups. Read More 

Is Your Preschooler a Victim of Bullying? Here’s What You Can Do to Help

17 February 2016
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What can you do if your toddler is being bullied in preschool? It's difficult enough to handle conflicts between toddlers when you're there in person, but helping your child cope with troubles at school is even harder. Here are a few steps you can take to help minimize the stress your child feels if he or she is a victim of bullying. Stay Neutral and Calm When finding out more about your child's problems at preschool, it's important not to teach him or her to be sad or upset. Read More