1. Five Ways to Raise a Kind and Empathetic Child

    While so much emphasis is placed on academic achievement, physical fitness, and language and music learning, there is another essential skill that parents must impart to their children. Kindness is essential to the good character of a growing child, and instilling it in your child will be rewarding both for him and for the world around him as he grows. Model kindness. Think of opportunities you ca…Read More

  2. Five New School Year Resolutions for Your Young Child

    When you have a young child, a new year often means a new school year, and it doesn't ring in with champagne. It’s generally ushered in after saying goodbye to summer camp and thinking about settling into a new routine with an emphasis on learning and development. This school year, make a few resolutions with your child in order to get off to a great start. Find a new interest. Kids have ways of…Read More

  3. When Ignoring Behavior is the Best Approach: Behaviors to Ignore in Your Young Child

    Certain toddler and preschooler behaviors are grating. They can make you grit your teeth, snap, admonish, and scold. But sometimes, even a bit of negative recognition of unwanted behaviors can be enough to encourage your child to continue them. When your child throws a tantrum, for instance, and immediately gets your attention, it may lead to more, and longer, tantrums in the future. Strategically…Read More

  4. 10 Healthy Breakfast Ideas for Toddlers and Preschoolers

    Here at Child's World Academy child care, we know that getting out of the house in the morning can be a challenge and having to feed your child a healthy meal before you shoot out the door can be a task of Herculean proportions. And if Cheerios are boring your child and the thought of making a huge breakfast of eggs, pancakes, and fruit salad is untenable on weekday mornings, try a few of these h…Read More