Stay-At-Home Parents: What Effective Life Lessons Will A Preschool Teach Your Child?

It is not always easy being a parent, particularly when your little one figures out they really do have you wrapped around their little finger. Being a stay-at-home parent, you may be wondering whether you really need to send your child to preschool since you are already available to teach them. You may also be wondering what a preschool could teach them that you can’t. However, a better way to look at this is to remember that preschool isn’t about what you can’t teach your child; it’s about having extra help to teach your child the life lessons they need. Read More →

New Moms Returning To Work: What To Pack In The Diaper Bag And Your Purse

Being a first-time mom is both an exhilarating and exhausting experience – and something that makes it more difficult is planning to return to work after maternity leave. Feeling prepared will help make the transition easier. If you already picked out a daycare center, your next step is to pack both the diaper bag and your purse with the necessities. Packing Baby’s Diaper Bag It’s important that you drop off your baby early enough to arrive at work on time. One suggestion to decrease the hassle of early morning preparation is to purchase a separate diaper bag solely for daycare. Read More →

Set Your Preschool Apart by Seeking Accreditation

Thanks to an emphasis on early childhood education, there are many preschools throughout the United States. No matter what city or town you’re in, there are probably at least several preschools serving the area. For children, this is great news, as kids have excellent access to pre-kindergarten education. For people who run a preschool, however, it can be difficult to distinguish their program from all of the other ones nearby. If you operate a preschool, one way you can set it apart is by seeking accreditation. All preschools are required to be licensed If you run a preschool, then you’re Read More →