Fear Not: Teaching Safety with Positivity
Talking about safety doesn't have to be scary. Here's 4 ways to empower your kids to make their own smart decisions.Read more
Open Hearts: Teaching Kids to Embrace (and Love) Differences
Do you hope your children grow up to be kind and caring adults who embrace (and celebrate) other people's differences? Us, too! That's why we strive to create an inclusive environment in every single on of our centers.Read more
Making Readers, One Child at a Time
“I am being the change I wish to see in the lives of children,” says KinderCare Educator Alisha Jackson. With a Master's degree, a focus on literacy, and a lot of patience, she helps children find a love of books and reading.
The Destroyer: 8 Ways to Help Kids Express Big Feelings in a Better Way
Chucking books, ripping up artwork, generally destroying stuff: Have a little destructosaur? Here's how to understand this common behavior—and help him move through it.Read more
Want to Light Up Your Baby's Brain? Talk, Coo, and Smile, Too.
Stimulate your baby's brain by asking questions and making faces. It's never too early to interact.Read more