This blog is aimed at any parent who is looking for advice about child care and early learning. I do not work in this industry. My name is Keira, and I am just another loving parent who wants the best for her child. When my child was 2 years old, I decided to return to work. This was the beginning of my search for child care. Over the next couple of months, I learnt lots of useful things from other mothers and those who work in the industry. I hope this blog helps you to make the right choice when it comes to child care.
22 October 2021
When searching for a day care centre for your child, you should take your time and research widely to ensure you find the right place. Many parents choose day care facilities based on cost and convenience but end up with an unhappy child. Here are some mistakes you should avoid when choosing a day care centre. Not Reviewing the Curriculum Curriculum is more than academics and involves play, emotional and social development.
22 October 2021
The pride of every parent is seeing their child grow. If it's time for your child to go to kindergarten, like any other parent, you are excited. The following tips will ensure your child fits in with the rest of the children and adapts quickly to a school routine. Talk to Your Child Kindergarten can be a scary experience for your child. This is the first time they are away from home and the first time they will be engaging with teachers.
12 May 2021
Childcare centres offer many benefits such as helping children prepare for school, developing their social skills, strengthening their immune system, developing their cognitive skills and more. However, not all childcare centres are created equal. When the time arrives that you decide to send your child to childcare, it can be a challenging process to choose the best one. Here are 4 things to consider when choosing a childcare centre: 1. Education and learning
10 December 2020
Being socially intelligent is a vital aspect of everyone as they grow up. It is for this reason that all children need some educating when it comes to developing valuable skills that will place them at an advantage as they go through life. Children need to be brought up in such a way that they respect the opinions and feelings of those around them and maintain good manners throughout their interactions.
19 December 2019
You can send your child to a preschool when they are as young as twelve months old. Pre-kindergarten is an excellent way for your child to get socialised in a group situation. If you spend a lot of time at work, sending your child to school is right for them. You can relax knowing that qualified professionals are taking care of your baby's every need. Pre-kindergarten involves learning through play. Your child will learn how to solve problems, share and be creative.