As the premier child development center in Monroe, we are honored to care for so many great kids at Child’s World Academy. Every day, our children amaze us with what they can do, whether that be sounding out letters and numbers, sharing toys with other kids, or making beautiful works of art. Every day, our daycare teachers work to prepare kids for kindergarten through fun activities and play. In our early childhood education blog, you’ll learn about developmental milestones, such as speech and motor movements, as well as activities to help your child grow. See our posts below, and enroll your child at our daycare center in Monroe!

  1. Toys that Encourage Early Childhood Development

    The holidays are quickly approaching, which means that a majority of us have started shopping for the people on our list. When it comes to your kiddos, one things for sure: you want to see nothing but joy as they unwrap their presents on Christmas morning. Even though the typical toys are a popular option among children, there are so many toys that will not only make a great Christmas present, but…Read More

  2. 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

  3. Four Tips For Teaching Your Kids To Love The Outdoors

    Ah, the Great Outdoors. Sometimes the perfect place for a relaxing day out with the kids, sometimes a recipe for an afternoon of complaining — and it can be impossible to tell which it will be beforehand. Introducing your kids to nature can be a great way to bond and foster the formation of healthy habits at a young age, but it can be a hard sell, depending on the child. However, with persistenc…Read More

  4. Teaching Your Child To Ride A Bike: Balance Bikes Vs. Training Wheels

    Your child’s first bike is something they will always remember. Most children begin learning how to ride when they are toddlers or in preschool, and they build on those skills as they get older. But pedal bikes with training wheels have a competitor: balance bikes, which many families prefer as they coax their little ones to learn to ride. Which choice is best for your child? Our early childhood…Read More

  5. Choosing Extracurricular Activities for Your Child

    As children emerge from the infant years and become toddlers and preschoolers, finding extracurricular activities for them becomes an opportunity to find out more about what interests them and what skills they may want to build. Our tips will help you to select activities that will engage your children, but you may also want to speak to your daycare provider and ask for their recommendation for ac…Read More

  6. The Best Podcasts for Young Children

    Podcasts are changing the way we all consume news and information, listen to stories, and engage with the world. Arguably, they offer some of the most innovative content today, and there are plenty of podcasts that cater to young children. At Child's World Academy, our daycare teachers love engaging children in these sorts of educational activities, and we have lots of go-to podcasts for kids. Her…Read More

  7. 5 Preschool Learning Activities To Try At Home

    If you’re the parent of a preschooler, odds are you’re looking for fun activities to engage your child in at home. Parents play a critical role in preschool learning, and there are many things you can do to reinforce the things your little one is learning at their daycare, child care center, or preschool. From our teachers and daycare staff at Child’s World Academy in Monroe, here are five p…Read More

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    Transitional Objects and Your Young Child: Benefits and Misconceptions

    Many children between the ages of six months and five years use transitional objects such as blankets, loveys, or stuffed animals to soothe them, especially during times of change and challenge. These items become both beloved by children and useful when moving from one developmental stage to the next, or for overcoming common childhood challenges. Why do Children Choose Transitional Objects? Most…Read More

  9. Stopping Bullying in its Tracks in Early Childhood

    Bullying is typically a problem that affects school-age children, particularly children in elementary school and middle school. So why address it as early as the toddler and preschool years? Many of the factors that increase bullying behavior later in childhood actually occur during the first few years of toddlerhood and early childhood education. Being on the lookout for these factors is importan…Read More