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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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Helping Childcare Workers to Help Your Kids


3 Important Steps To Make The Preschool Transition Easier On Your Child

Preschool is an important step towards getting your child the education he or she deserves, but it requires a little consideration. It can be daunting for young kids to go to preschool, especially if they have been used to staying home with mom or dad during the day before this. While the transition can be hard, you can take a few steps to make it easier for your child. Spend Some Time In Your Child's Classroom

Reasons You Should Take Your Baby to a Childcare Centre

Childcare is a necessity for most parents, especially now that the modern world has made it quite obvious that the average family needs both parents to work to have a positive life. Others have made the choice since they don't have the time to work and take care of the child at the same time as a single parent. For parents that often find it stressful to do both, childcare is a viable option.

A guide to understanding Kindergarten

Finding a kindergarten for your child in Australia can be a long process. There is high competition for spots and long waitlists and at times a fee to be waitlisted. The main consideration for public kindergartens is whether you are in their school zone. This principle does not apply for private schools, but they are more difficult to secure a spot for. The usual age for starting kindergarten is four years but you may find some institutions that offer spots for three-year-olds.