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Helping Childcare Workers To Help Your Kids

When it was time for me to return to work after having my oldest child, I was grateful to find an amazing childcare facility for them to go to. However, I quickly learned that childcare is not just about dropping off your kids and picking them up at the end of the day. To make childcare education effective, you need to help those workers teach your kids. So, that's my blog is all about. I want to help parents who are using childcare for the first time to get your kids into a learning frame of mind. From flash cards to building blocks, there is plenty you can do at home to encourage your kid to learn, and that means when they go to the childcare facility each day, the eagerness to learn continues.

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    How Do You Manage Conflict with Your Preschool Child?

    Solving conflicts that result among pre-verbal children can be a challenging task for most parents. Some parents throw the issues under the rug and make a mental note to train their children once they grow older. However, some problems cannot be assumed without affecting the relationship between your child and others in preschool or daycare. One of the biggest issues in these kids is usually sharing things such as toys with other kids their age.

    Is your child learning how to count the right way?

    Basic counting skills are one of the most important lessons that your child can learn while in early care or preschool. These counting skills enable your child to develop foundational math skills and to have a better understanding of their environment. Children will heavily rely on their counting skills as a foundation for learning more in school, and for relating with their peers and surroundings. So how can you know if your child is learning how to count the right way?

    Childcare Tips: When Is Your Child Too Sick For Day Care?

    If your child has fallen sick in the middle of the week, you may be wondering whether it is okay to take them to the daycare centre. In some cases, your child who hasn't yet gotten used to being left alone with new kids in the facility might throw a tantrum or even pretend to be sick to stay at home. How do you determine whether your child should stay at home or still go to the daycare facility?

    Two tips for parents who plan to put their children into childcare centres

    If you are planning to put your son or daughter into a childcare centre, here are a couple of tips that you might find helpful. Be careful about what you put in their packed lunch Some childcare centres provide hot meals on a daily basis. However, if the facility you have chosen does not do this, you will need to prepare a packed lunch for your child each day. It's important to be careful about the foods that you put into your child's lunch box.