Tips for choosing a kindergarten
22 May 2019
Finding a reputable kindergarten, or preschool, can be difficult as demand for private kindergartens increases. The choice is also challenging, as it means trusting a stranger with the care of your child. With the following guide, you can find an accredited kindergarten that will assist your child's development.
Research and location
There are different types of kindergartens in Australia, from Montessori schools to Waldorf Steiner schools. These schools offer different curriculums and approaches to learning.
4 Top Benefits Of Choosing A Child Care Centre Near Your Workplace
7 February 2019
A lot goes into choosing a child care centre that is just right for both you and your child. One of the primary considerations to keep in mind is the location of the centre. As a working parent, you want a child care centre that is close to your workplace. Finding one that meets this criterion has its benefits, which include, but are not limited, to the following:
1. Convenient Drop-Offs And Pick-Ups
2 Ways to Handle Exhaustion When You're Pregnant and Raising a Toddler
14 March 2018
Raising a toddler can be tiring, and so can pregnancy. That's why it comes as no surprise that mothers who experience both simultaneously can quickly become exhausted. If your toddler seems to have boundless energy that your pregnant body and mind can't keep up with, here are 2 solutions that will give you the rest you need.
Teach Them How to Play Alone
Parents of newborns often can't wait for the day their child is old enough to play with.
Ways Parents Can Promote Independence in 3-Year Old and 4-Year-Old Children
26 October 2017
Parents of three- or four-year-old children believe that their children need all the help they can offer concerning preschool learning, and rightly so. However, what parent does not want to see their children dressing on their own or making their beds early in their lives? While this is true, early childhood education experts have discovered over the years that kids are capable of doing more than what most parents would think.