1. Best New Year’s Resolutions You Can Make With Your Kids

    There are many New Year's resolutions you can make that can benefit your entire family! Whether it be losing weight, saving money or getting organized, many people make New Year's resolutions that can benefit them personally. However, when you have young children and you want to teach them about New Year's resolutions, it may help to pick resolutions that you can work on as a family. If you haven'…Read More

  2. How to Encourage Your Child to be More Grateful

    Thanksgiving is almost upon us, and it's the perfect time to encourage your child to be more grateful. Thanksgiving isn't just about gathering around the table with your family to gorge yourself on turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes and green bean casserole; it's about giving thanks for everything and everyone in your life. Children are naturally self-serving and materialistic, but luckily, you can …Read More

  3. Tips to Boost Your Child’s Immune System Part 2

    No one wants their child to get sick, and there are lots of things you can do to boost your child's immune system. Having your child attend our day care center in Peekskill is a great way to set them up for a strong immune system in the future. However, many parents are concerned about all of the germs and bacteria that kids are exposed to when they are around other children. That's why, in our la…Read More

  4. How to Cope When Sniffles, Coughs, and Fevers Run Through Your Household

    Parents are all too familiar with the warning signs. Your child comes home complaining of a cough. Your baby wakes up with his nose stuffed up, or your toddler tells you that he has a tummy ache. In those first few moments of a building illness, you envision the days to come: your entire family winds up on the couch or in bed, blowing their noses and running fevers, and you wind up so exhausted th…Read More

  5. How to Discipline Your Toddler

    Disciplining toddlers is easier said than done, but our child care professionals in Peekskill are here to help. Toddlers aren't easy to discipline. They are at the age when they push boundaries and test their limits. However, before we get into the gritty details of how to effectively discipline your toddler, it's important to understand what discipline is. Discipline isn't just about punishing yo…Read More

  6. Dehydration Prevention Tips

    Dehydration can be a very serious problem, but luckily, it's easily prevented. Whether your child has been vomiting or having diarrhea, or he or she has been playing outside in the heat, it's important to learn how to recognize and prevent dehydration. In our Peekskill child care center's latest blog, we went over the signs of dehydration, as well as when to call the doctor and when to call 911. T…Read More

  7. How to Encourage Your Child to Sleep in Their Own Bed

    Does your child always end up in your room at night? If so, you are a not alone. Many parents who have young children deal with these issues, and they can make it difficult to get enough sleep at night. However, when your child is upset, lonely, scared or just can't sleep, the last thing that you want to do is fight with them to go back to bed. Luckily, the child care experts at Child's World Acad…Read More

  8. Bringing Home a New Pet: Six Tips for Introducing Him to Your Young Children

    Whether it’s a tiny goldfish or a golden retriever puppy guaranteed to multiply in size and weight, your household dynamics are about to change. Your new pet will need to adjust to her new home, and your kids may have to do some adapting, too. Our six tips for introducing a new pet to your family will help to smooth the transition. 1. If you’re bringing home a dog or a cat, there’s no cage o…Read More

  9. Common Myths About Diabetes Debunked Part 2

    Stop believing the myths about type 2 diabetes! Type 2 diabetes is something that all parents should, at least, be aware of, because more and more kids have started to develop it. Unfortunately, it is commonly misunderstood, and there are many myths and misconceptions around it. If you haven't already, check out our Peekskill day care's latest blog to learn the truth about a few common type 2 diab…Read More

  10. How to Prevent Tooth Decay in Kids

    Tooth decay is far too common in American children.  According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, 42 percent of kids from ages two to 11 have had cavities in their primary teeth. Tooth decay is a widespread problem, and because February is National Children's Dental Health Month, we've set out to help you prevent tooth decay in your child. The following is a list of ti…Read More