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    How to Take Charge of Your Home’s Toy Clutter!

    Is your house littered with toys which seem to have no special place of their own? Do you constantly find yourself losing toys, or tripping over toys which are never played with? Many families find themselves accumulating toys without any real organization system, and that can make your home feel a bit cluttered and stressful. Not to mention that your children will play less when they can’t find…Read More

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    Fostering Resilience in Young Children

    What is resilience and why is it so important to develop this trait as a young child? Resilience is the capability to withstand adversity and to find ways to overcome setbacks with a positive attitude. Young children often have trouble with resilience, because even small disappointments and troubles can seem overwhelming to a toddler or preschooler. There are ways for young children to learn to ha…Read More

  3. Preparing Your Toddler For Preschool: Part 1

    Preschool is an exciting milestone in your child’s life, as it is their first real opportunity to learn, play, and grow alongside others their age in a new environment without being supervised by their parents. It is a space for them to develop motor skills, practice cooperation with others, and learn the basics of numbers, letters, shapes, and colors. Preschool is an integral part of a child’…Read More

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    Three Common Preschooler Sleep Issues Plus Tips and Strategies to Help Your Child Get More Rest

    While many parents watch their children emerge from the infancy stage and assume that sleep issues and night wakings are behind them, many sleep issues can resurface during their preschool years. If your child is having trouble getting enough sleep or if your daycare provider is reporting that she seems tired during the day, you might need to tackle your child’s sleep concerns so that she can go…Read More

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    Fears and Phobias in Young Children and How to Tackle Them

    If your child has developed a fear or phobia of something specific, whether it’s the water, the dark, or an animal such as dogs, there is generally a point at which that phobia began. Perhaps he had a scary encounter with an overly enthusiastic dog, or the water stung his eyes when he was splashed at the local pool. These types of experiences can evolve into persistent phobias that deprive child…Read More

  6. 8 Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids with Sensory Issues

    Halloween is a super fun occasion for children of all ages. Who doesn’t love the idea of dressing up as something special, going door to door, and getting candy as a reward? For kids with autism, sensory processing disorder, or other sensory issues, finding a costume that doesn’t itch, rub, or irritate can be very difficult, and mass retailers don’t make things easier with their use of scrat…Read More

  7. Benefits of Taking Your Child to Daycare – Part 2

    Welcome back to the Child’s World Academy blog! If you’re just joining us, make sure to head back to part one of this blog series so that you can get a full scope of the benefits that your child will see by attending a daycare. If you’re all caught up, then you know that we will be covering some additional benefits of taking your child to daycare, let’s get started. Advancement For most pa…Read More

  8. Birthday Party Etiquette: Navigating A Few Common Party Concerns

    It’s that time of year! Your child’s birthday is upon you, and while he is excited about cake, games, and presents, you’ve got a project on your hands: namely, throwing a great party that makes him feel celebrated. Children’s birthday parties can be a bit tricky. Navigating the etiquette around them is difficult, but our tips will make the process a bit easier. The Guest List. You don’t …Read More

  9. Benefits of Taking Your Child to Daycare

    Being a parent is a tough job, and when you’re balancing it with additional children, work, physical activity and sanity, it can get all the more challenging. One of the solutions to freeing up some more time in your day is to have your child attend daycare. Aside from this being a fantastic way to get some more “you-time,” there are countless benefits that your child will see by attending. …Read More

  10. Helping Socially Anxious Children Make Friends at Daycare

    Many toddlers and preschoolers have a bit of trouble making friends at daycare. Even the most talkative, playful child at home can become a bit more reserved in a childcare setting. Children who are a bit socially anxious may avoid large groups of same age peers, may have trouble knowing how to converse with other kids, and may not always want to join in on the rambunctious fun their cohort is enj…Read More