Three Questions About Home Based Infant Care

Are you finally going back to work after having a child? If so, you'll be looking for someone to watch over them during the day while you're away from home. While many people immediately think of finding a daycare facility for their infant care needs, you may have some luck using home based care instead. Here are three questions you may have about using this alternative form of infant care. Read More 

3 Ways To Get Your Preschool Classroom Ready For Spring

Preschool classrooms should be bright and colorful, and the decorations should reflect what your students are learning about and the world around them. With spring just started, now is a great time to give your preschool classroom a spring makeover. Here are three ways you can make your classroom feel a little more like spring. #1 Create New Name Tags In a preschool classroom, name tags are really important. Your students are learning how to spell their name, read their name and write their name. Read More 

How Child Care Can Make You A More Effective Parent

Daycare can make life for parents much more convenient. However, there are more benefits to a child care program than simply convenience. Parents can avoid some of the many common parenting mistakes by taking advantage of a child care program. Make Your Child Not Feel Like The Center Of The Universe‚Äč One common mistake that parents make is to make children the center of their universe. Everything may revolve around him or her. Read More 

5 Tips for Getting More Rest as a New Parent

While all babies are different, new parents tend to have one major thing in common: sleep deprivation. While common, being awake night and day with your baby can quickly take a serious toll on your emotions, health, and mental state. In fact, studies show that sleep deprivation leads to increased stress and relationship problems, increased risk of injuries, higher blood pressure, decreased mental function, and a host of other potentially serious problems. Read More 

Autism Education: Can Montessori Help Young Children On The Spectrum?

Now that your your child is old enough to begin pre-school or kindergarten, you are probably wondering what the future has in store. No child with autism is exactly alike, and they all have very definite and specific needs. Public school classrooms try their best to accommodate these needs, but sometimes, children need a different learning environment. Here are a few reasons why early childhood education from the Montessori school approach might help your child, especially if they are on the autism spectrum. Read More