1. Keeping Germs at Bay During Cold and Flu Season

    Germs are inevitable. They are everywhere. On every table and door knob, grocery cart and light switch. Since they are so prevalent, it’s impossible to really avoid them. During cold and flu season, when the chill has settled and driven us inside and in close proximity to each other for months at a time, the likelihood of germ contact increases. While ditching any and all germs is impossible, th…Read More

  2. Practicing Gratitude with Your Child

    November is an incredible month as we prepare for Thanksgiving and the holiday season ahead, making it a fantastic time to introduce and practice gratitude with your children. Here at the Child’s World Academy, we work hard to provide a quality education that builds a strong foundation for your child’s future while also introducing various lessons that can be used in day-to-day life. One of th…Read More

  3. Tips for Raising a Reader

    Reading is one of the many skills that we introduce to students here at Child’s World Academy in Monroe. Even as times have changed and education has evolved, reading remains a skill that everyone needs to develop. Aside from being a crucial skill, there are countless benefits to reading that your child will enjoy if they are passionate about reading. Whether you’re a family that loves to read…Read More

  4. Fall Activities to Do With Your Children

    Fall has officially settled in, which means that there are countless fun activities for you and your family to get out and enjoy. Here at Child’s World Academy, we do our best to incorporate fall-friendly activities that help children to learn about colors, seasons, and the like, into our curriculum. While they will certainly get a sense of the season while at daycare, there are plenty of activi…Read More

  5. Fall Baking with Kids

    Fall is here, the temperatures are finally dipping down and it’s cool enough to turn the oven back on for some fall baking. Here are some tips to make whipping up some autumn treats with your kids enjoyable!   Keep Safety in Mind While the first thing most parents think of when baking is the piping hot oven, that’s not the only potential hazard. Make sure children always have a stable surfac…Read More

  6. Tips for a Safe Night of Trick or Treating

    Halloween is a night filled with treats, playful tricks, festive costumes, and lots of chocolate!  However since most activities, especially trick or treating, take place after nightfall, it's important to keep safety at the forefront of your mind.   Skip the Masks Masks are as hard to see out of as they are uncomfortable which makes it more likely your child will trip or fall down as they move…Read More

  7. 2019 Flu Shot Information for Families

    Winter is fast approaching and with it comes the onset of flu season. It's the time of year when people spend the most time in close quarters, breathing the same air and sharing germs. Influenza, or what most people know as the flu,  is a viral respiratory illness that affects the nose, throat, and lungs. Both Influenza A and Influenza B present with similar symptoms which include fever, aches, c…Read More

  8. How to Prep Your Children for the End of Daylight Savings Time

    Whomever decided daylight savings time was a reasonable idea wasn’t responsible for coaxing young children towards a peaceful night of sleep. Even without a sudden time shift, bedtime can be an already long process with tooth brushing struggles, lost teddy bears, multiple trips to the potty, and fervent requests for just one more song, book or another glass of water. Here are some tips to help y…Read More

  9. Is Curriculum Important During the Early Childhood Years

    Curriculum is one of the many things that a child care center will take pride in. That is because curriculum is such a big component of what can make or break an education. When a curriculum has been done well, both the child care providers and the parents can feel confident in the education that all children attending are receiving.  As a parent, one of the questions that we get quite a bit of i…Read More

  10. 7 Fall Activities for Preschoolers

    Before we know it, fall will officially be in full swing! With winter on the near horizon we’ve put together a list of activities to celebrate the short but sweet season of autumn.  Nature Scavenger Hunt - An outdoor scavenger hunt is a great way to soak in some autumn sunshine before the gloomy grey winter days take over.  Take a paper bag and write down a few things you want to look for and…Read More