The Head Start Program: 2 Questions Parents May Need Answered

Posted on: 15 September 2015

The quality of education that your child receives is of critical importance to ensure that they have access to ample opportunities in life. Unfortunately, there are many parents that are not well aware of the various programs designed to help foster academic success for children. For instance, Head Start is a national program designed to help children have the best chance for academic success. Being unfamiliar with this program may cause you to miss out on its benefits.
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Answers To 2 Of The Most Important Questions Parents Should Ask About Child-Centered Charter Schools

Posted on: 11 September 2015

As a responsible parent, one of your biggest concerns is undoubtedly the education your son or daughter receives. As part of that, it is important to consider what type of learner he or she is and how a school can meet their educational needs. Fortunately, a child-centered charter school is an option that is known for their innovative teaching techniques and as a result, you should consider them when shopping for your child's new school.
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Turtles And Elephants Can Help Kids With Anger

Posted on: 3 September 2015

Too many adults make the mistake of telling children to just "get over" their emotions, especially when it comes to anger. Anger is a big emotion that can be scary for kids to feel. As a childcare specialist or a stay-at-home mom, you need to know how to teach angry children strategies that will help them calm down. Recognize but Don't React Children get angry and they need you to recognize that.
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Three Keys To Smoothing The Transition To Daycare

Posted on: 31 August 2015

In order to help your child to grow and progress, there will likely come a time in which you will need to send them to daycare services. If you want to be sure that your child is able to adjust to the daycare, there are some critical steps that you should take. With this in the back of your head, read this guide and follow these tips so that you can bridge the gap and send your child to daycare with full confidence.
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