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    Supplies Every Kid Needs to Start a New Year at Daycare or Preschool

    If you’re sending your child to daycare or preschool for the first time, knowing what to pack can become overwhelming. It’s hard enough to pack for a quick outing to the park or the grocery store, let alone an entire day without you! Our list of essentials will make sure that your child is covered. Milk or formula for infants. If you plan on sending breast milk to daycare with your infant, rem…Read More

  2. Five Fun Summertime Crafting Ideas for Young Children

    While the summertime means days at the beach, hikes through the woods, and plenty of day trips and excursions, there are likely to be some rainy days and some quiet afternoons indoors as well. Summertime-themed crafts can be a great way to keep kids entertained and engaged, and some of these can actually help you to bring a little bit of summertime into your home décor! A few craft sticks, some c…Read More

  3. Four Key Ways of Showing Respect to Your Young Child

    Parents spend a lot of energy making sure that their kids grow up to be respectful, courteous, generous, and thoughtful. These are important attributes to nurture in young children. But adults don’t always think about the ways in which children need to feel respected, and how important that is to their social and emotional development. These four important practices can help parents to develop a…Read More

  4. Sensory Processing Disorder and How it Affects Young Children

    Your child may have friends at daycare or preschool who struggle with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), or you may know families who are going through the difficult process of ascertaining whether their child has SPD, and finding effective therapies for him or her. You may have even noticed symptoms of SPD in your own child, and have wondered if looking into SPD further might be helpful for your …Read More

  5. Teaching Kids How To Make Healthy Choices

    In a society that is full of options, it can become challenging to teach our children how to make smart choices—especially when it comes to food.   At Child’s World Academy, we strive to maintain a healthy and enriching child care center in Monroe where parents can entrust us with providing the best care for your child. If you’re looking for a child care center that brings strong family…Read More

  6. Five Key Tips for Parents Who Work From Home

    Working from home is in many ways a luxury. Your commute is non-existent and you avoid many of the nuisances and distractions of the office. But it comes with its own set of challenges, especially for working parents. You can avoid some common work-at-home issues by employing our tips below. Set a Schedule It’s a priority to set a schedule for yourself since it is easy to become a bit undiscipli…Read More

  7. Early Reading; How to Instill a Love for Reading in Your Child at a Young Age

    When your child learns to read, it will become a skill which enhances every part of their lives. Whether they begin to read voraciously for pleasure, use reading as a door to specific interests, or become interested in news and current events, reading will be an integral part of their lives as they move toward adulthood. At Child’s World Academy, we love seeing children grow and learn on their o…Read More

  8. Spring Break Activities

    As our days get longer and the sun starts to peek through the winter clouds, it can only mean one thing—spring is coming! For those of you with children, that means that spring break is just around the corner. The staff at Child’s World Academy, Monroe’s Top Rated­® child care facility is looking forward to spending a week welcoming the change of seasons and the chance to spend as much tim…Read More

  9. STEM Activities You Can Do at Home with Your Child

    The winter can be a great time to focus on innovative indoor activities that will engage your young child. Preschool aged children, and even some toddlers, may be excited to learn about science, technology, engineering, and math from these simple crafts that can be done at home with just a few simple objects, and these activities are a great complement to the STEM knowledge your children are acqui…Read More

  10. 7 Ways to Prepare Your Household For Cold and Flu Season

    It’s January, and we are well into winter. Winter brings many great opportunities to make new memories with your children—sledding down a big hill, building snowmen in the yard, and cozy nights in with a cup of hot cocoa. But winter also has a bad side and brings us the unwelcome germs of cold and flu viruses. At Child’s World Academy, we take every necessary precaution to maintain a sterile…Read More