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19th Apr
Daycare Center

How A Daycare Center For Kids Can Help With Independence

A key priority of being a parent today, is to ensure you raise independent, confident children. Because more families are double-income generating, modern parents find themselves looking to daycare centers for their children where they are taught to increase independence. Independence is a very important aspect of a child’s development, however the level of expectation we have of our children should always…

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12th Apr
Child Care

Why Quality Matters For Child Care

Our modern world is a fast-paced blur, and more and more parents are forced to work full time jobs, leaving their child in need of care. From infancy to around five years, children are  in his/her most critical developmental stage. A young child needs a proper foundation of care, and one of the most important factors in a child’s life…

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29th Mar
Sensory Bags

Daycare Activities For Infants: Sensory Bags

Parents of small children are constantly amazed at how quickly they develop and grow. Every time they are exposed to any form of texture, color or sound, we assist in developing their cognitive skills. Knowing how vital this is to their development has encouraged parents and teachers to think out of the box and make this important interaction fun too….

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22nd Mar
Daycare For Toddlers

Daycare For Toddlers Offers Potty Training Tips

Potty training is one of the milestones that every toddler should reach, though it can be quite a daunting experience for both parents and kids. What follows are some potty training tips from us at Stone Brook Academy to help you and your toddler ease through the transition from diapers to using the toilet. Find Out If Your Child Is…

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15th Mar
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The Types Of Play Your Child Experiences At Daycare

Children learn about their environment from infancy, and this goes hand in hand with how they interact with their surroundings. When they are ready to enter daycare, your little one will begin to interact with their world through different types of play, and this is essentially how they learn. Discover the different types of play children engage in, and what…

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22nd Feb
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The Benefits Of Infant Daycare

Every new parent dreads dropping their new baby off at infant daycare when they have to return to work. Not only will they miss their baby, many parents think that daycare will affect their child’s intellectual and social well-being. Others fear that it may threaten their bond with their baby. However, ongoing research has proven that under most conditions, infants…

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15th Feb
Preschool Programs

Preschool Programs Refining Communication Learning

Your child learns best in his or her home language, and when they encounter a different language such as English for example, it may be a bumpy ride. Communication learning in preschool however goes beyond language, and can include things such as pictures and songs. Using their home language as a tool to better communicate in preschool is an interesting…

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8th Feb
Preschool Activities

How Preschool Activities With Songs Help Learning And Memory

Have you ever wondered why you can remember all the words to “The Wheels On The Bus”, but cannot quite remember where you put that important file or your car keys? Often it can feel like those rhyming songs have embedded themselves into your memory and cannot be forgotten, even if you tried to. Those preschool songs were designed to…

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25th Jan
Preschool Lessons

How Preschool Lessons Influence Life Long Learning

From the moment your baby is born, right through toddler years and early childhood, their experiences shape who they become. These experiences are critical for your child’s development, because it determines the way they learn later in life as adults. This foundational development is seen as very important in education, therefore preschool lessons need to be tailored to meet the…

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18th Jan
preschool children

Why Young Children Say They Are Bored

In today’s world, you may have noticed that there has been an increase in the level of boredom and distractedness in young children at school and in day care settings that provide an educational background.  Occupational therapists have noticed this, along with seeing continued decline in children’s social, emotional and academic abilities, as well as an increase in mental disorders…

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