1. Building a Library for Your Young Child

    When your baby is born, a great task begins: the process of building a beautiful, funny, and engaging library of children’s books for your little one. Our recommendations will get you off to a great start. Books For Toddlers 18 Months & Younger When babies are in the newborn stage, their vision is a bit blurry. Picture books with a lot of nuance and subtle colors will not catch their attenti…Read More

  2. 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

  3. Jumpstarting Reading Ability in Your Young Child

    Reading is an activity that has no age. We begin reading to our babies when they’re in the womb, and we continue through infancy, into toddlerhood, and through school age, until they’re reading on their own. How do you speed up the process of learning to read, and get your child interested in books at a younger age? Letter of the Day. Each day, announce to your child which letter is this day…Read More

  4. The Best of 2017: Five New Children’s Books We Recommend

    Childcare providers love the opportunity to present their students with new books each year.  This year there are several new favorites on our lists! Stories about friendship, love, surprise, suspense, and introspection are in store for you this year. Read on for our five favorites of 2017 so far. Antoinette. Set in France, this sweetly illustrated story about a puppy and her siblings will appeal…Read More

  5. Nurturing Your Child’s Interests at a Young Age

    Does your child have a keen, focused interest in one particular subject? Is he reciting his alphabet, writing his letters over and over, and trying to sound out words? Maybe your young child is particularly interested in movement and is learning gymnastics maneuvers or dance routines exceptionally quickly. Perhaps your math whiz has been counting his peas, and the number she can count is getting h…Read More