Has Your Family Recently Moved To The United States?

If your family has recently moved to the United States, you are probably having tremendously mixed emotions, aren't you? For one thing, you might miss friends and family members that you left behind. However, perhaps you are all very excited about the adventures that await you in your new city. Welcome! Do you and your children speak English already? If so, you are more than likely very grateful that you learned it before you moved to the United States. Read More 

3 Ways To Motivate Your Child To Learn How To Read

For many kids, learning how to read is an exciting adventure. For others, it can seem like a frustrating chore that is less than enjoyable. If your child is learning to read and he or she is less than motivated to try, here are some ways you can get him or her motivated.   Read Books About Your Child's Interests Instead of going with the standards texts for teaching your child to read, look for books that discuss his or her interests. Read More 

Three Tips To Help Your Child Have A Smooth Transition To Daycare

Enrolling your child in a daycare program can be an essential task for parents that work full time. Unfortunately, it is a reality that many new parents may not be entirely sure of the steps that should be taken to prepare their child for daycare. To help you ensure that this experience goes as smoothly as possible for your child, you should be mindful of the following basic daycare preparation tips for your child. Read More 

3 Ways To Participate In Your Child’s Preschool

There are many reasons why you may want to be involved in your child's preschool. For example, you may want to understand the activities and structure of the preschool more intimately in order to make sure it is the best place for your child. Or perhaps you simply want to remain physically close to your child while still allowing them the opportunity to develop socially and academically. Whatever your reason, if you want to get involved at your child's preschool, you have several options. Read More 

Three Fun And Healthy Lunches To Pack For Your Preschooler

One of the challenges you're going to be faced with as your little one heads off to school is continuing to ensure he or she eats a healthy diet. A lot of children are quite picky, and even if the preschool serves up perfectly healthy, tasty lunches, your child might feel more comfortable and be more apt to eat foods from home. If you've decided packing a lunch is best for your little one, here are three fun and exciting lunch ideas to try. Read More