1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Dining With Kids: How To Survive A Restaurant With Young Children

    Many families shy away from taking young children to restaurants to eat, but exposing young kids to dining out can be a great way to teach them etiquette, social skills, and patience. As they get older, your child will know better how to behave in a restaurant, and taking them out will be much easier after they’ve had some practice. At Child's World Academy, our daycare teachers help children de…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. Preparing Young Children for a Family Dog

    At some point during their childhood, most kids will ask for a dog. If you love dogs and have been waiting to get one, prepare your children thoroughly before you do. Teach your children about the different responsibilities they’ll have once you adopt a dog, and talk to them about some of the basics of respecting, teaching, and training dogs. This will help your family stay on the same page when…Read More

  7. Amblyopia: A Common, But Treatable, Childhood Vision Problem

    The most common vision problem affecting young children is amblyopia, which affects 3% of children under the age of eight. It occurs when the brain sends signals to one eye, and allows neural pathways to develop in connection to that eye, but not to the other eye. This condition is very treatable, but effective treatment relies on early detection, and children are not always able to communicate to…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 child's preschool years. If your child is having trouble getting enough sleep or if your daycare provider is reporting that they seem tired during the day, you might need to tackle your child’s sleep concerns so that th…Read More