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Preschool Prep: How to Prepare Your Toddler for Preschool

Article shared from zerotothree.org Learn what you can do to make this big transition to preschool easier for your child. You’ll... Continue Reading

8 Lasting Changes Experts Think We’ll See In Kids After This ‘Lost’ Year

Mental health experts share how they believe the pandemic may affect children in the long term. By Caroline Bologna 07/28/2021 04:52 pm... Continue Reading

Making a Great Impact for Generations

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Tiny Town Day Care. Tiny Town Day Care is a family... Continue Reading

Mission-Focused: Empower Families and Provide a Happy Haven for Children

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Kidz Kastle 24-Hour Center & Recreational After School Care. In 2003,... Continue Reading

Stability: Key to Successful Learning

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Wonder Years Child Development Center. In 1994, Betty Hunnicutt opened Wonder... Continue Reading

Family Engagement: An Important Component of Child Care

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Love N Care Child Care. Latisha K. McNeil is the owner... Continue Reading

Impacting Children for Success is Essential

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Jazzy Kidz Daycare Center. Jazzy Kidz Daycare Center is a family... Continue Reading

Investing in the Lives of Children is the Best Investment

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Miracle Years Child Care Center. Dr. Bennie L. Kelly, Pastor of... Continue Reading

Understanding and Responding to Children Who Bite

Article shared from naeyc.org/introduction, Daniele Malvesti There are moments in parenting when you feel like no matter how awesome a parent... Continue Reading

65 Life Skills to Teach Kids at Every Age

3/27/20 – By Jody Mercier We were about half a day into the great pandemic-induced homeschool experiment of 2020 when I lost my cool... Continue Reading