Posts Tagged ‘ Kindergarten ’

Embracing and Creating Family Holiday Traditions

by Meg Davis, MS, Managing Senior Editor, Education Department “We want to raise our children so that they can take a sense of pleasure in both their own heritage and the diversity of others.” – Fred Rogers The months of November, December and January present many opportunities for children to learn about and participate in

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Back to School: Parent Separation Anxiety

Nearly every parent who I speak with gets a little emotional when they reflect on their child attending school for the first time. Whether they are a working mom returning to the job after three months of maternity leave or a stay-at-home parent who is dropping off their child at preschool for the very first

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Hanging Out With the Boys

Just in time for Father’s Day - our first “Dad’s Point of View” guest column by Daniel, Creative Services Group Manager, KinderCare Every so often my wife has all-day seminars on Saturdays, leaving me with the million-dollar question. What am I going to do with my two boys all day? My sons’ names are Derek and

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Enhancing Children’s Self Esteem and Encouraging Social Development

Parents and child care teachers share an important responsibility to help nurture a child’s identity and feelings of accomplishment and value. During early childhood, children are learning to get along with others. Early social skills are important in a child’s overall development as children build a sense of their abilities at a very early age.

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Writing in Snow

Help your child practice writing, spelling, and a little reading in a language and literacy activity that is also a fun, tactile experience!

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