1. Combat Cabin Fever with These Five Fun Activities that Children Will Love

    Weekends can feel incredibly long when cold temperatures and icy weather keep your entire family indoors for 48 hours. While your children have been stimulated and learning all week at preschool or their childcare center, weekends can drag on a bit. How do you help your kids burn off energy and remain engaged when winter weather prevents them from running around the yard or heading to the beach or…Read More

  2. February 2015 Newsletter – Peekskill

      News from Administration We had a lot of fun in January!  We enjoyed Crazy Hat Day on the 15th. We also explored many themes revolving around winter and snow.  Our Preschool and Pre-K classes made imitation snow to use in their sensory table.  They also made sticky ice!  Our Preschool child also made their own beautiful snow globes! This month we are looking to be just as busy with all …Read More

  3. February 2015 Newsletter – Monroe

      News from Administration January was certainly a busy month!  We rang in the New Year with new sessions of Tumbletrain and Tiny Feet.  We enjoyed our Crazy Hat Day on January 15th and National Preschool Fitness Day on the 23rd!  It was fun for all!     The Pre-Kindergarten and Junior Kindergarten classes went to Big Y for a field trip.  They enjoyed making pizza (and eating it…Read More

  4. Tips for Keeping Kids Active

    It is no secret that childhood obesity is a big problem here in the United States. Obesity is so much more than just about how a child looks, it is a real health issue. Kids that are obese or overweight are much more likely to develop Diabetes, along with a wide variety of other health problems down the road. One of the best ways to combat childhood obesity is to keep your kids active. At Child's…Read More

  5. More Tips For Feeding a Picky Eater

    In our last blog, our day care center in Newton talked about a few creative tips for encouraging your picky eater to eat healthier foods. To recap, we discussed naming the food something new, starting with small portions, and being patient. Luckily, our child care experts have a few more tricks up their sleeves! The following is a list of a few more tips for feeding healthy foods to your picky ea…Read More

  6. Tips for Feeding a Picky Eater

    Dealing with a picky eater can be incredibly frustrating. Many young children know what they like to eat, and they are simply unwilling to try anything new. Of course, you can't allow your child to live off of animal crackers and hot dogs, so how do you get them eat healthier? Child's World Academy is here to help! The following is a list of tips from our daycare center in Fairfield for getting a …Read More

  7. Keep Your Kids Entertained with These Seasonal Activities

    Keeping your kids entertained can be hard work, but luckily the holiday season is here! There are so many fun activities and crafts for you and your kids to keep yourselves busy with! If you read our day care’s previous blog, then you already know about a couple of these activities, but there are so many more we would love to tell you about! The following is a list of the rest of the fun holiday…Read More

  8. Give a Gift of Experience Rather Than Material This Holiday Season!

    At Child’s World Academy, we love seeing the ways in which new experiences can inspire, shape, and transform the children in our care. While fun and educational toys are an important part of any daycare setting, it’s the interactions, communication, and activities which truly reward your children. This holiday season, consider giving your children gifts of experience rather than toys to enrich…Read More

  9. Holiday Crafts for Your and Your Kids!

      Though the holidays are usually a pretty busy season, it is also the perfect time of the year to spend some quality time with your kids and your family! In between all of the feasts and presents, you may be ready to take a nap, but chances are, your child will be excited and in need of some play time. Keep your child occupied with this list of holiday crafts and activities from our day care cen…Read More

  10. Free Up Some Time for Holiday Shopping

    If you have ever tried to go to the store with your child, then you already know how much of a challenge it can be. When they aren’t crying for the balloons hanging near the register, they are sneaking toys into the cart, or hiding in a clothes rack. If you are looking for  a better way to handle your holiday shopping, then it may be time to look into our child care programs in New York. We are…Read More