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6 Benefits of Daycare for Young Children

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6 Benefits of Daycare for Young Children

Daycare centre offers long-lasting social, economic and academic benefits for kids and their parents. Studies have shown that children, including babies and infants from the ages of 6 months to 4 years, benefit from the daycare environment, including its quality instruction, structure and social lessons. Regular Schedule and Activities Even young children have a schedule at daycare. Although they might not be aware of the ticking clock, children are provided with a full slate of activities that include songs and storytelling. For toddlers,...

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The Drop-Off: A Guide to Happier Goodbyes

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The Drop-Off: A Guide to Happier Goodbyes

Some children bound into a new classroom without a backward glance. But many others are, understandably, a little more nervous about starting a new school with new friends and new teachers. It’s not only children who have a hard time parting ways for the day: The morning drop off can be hard on adults, too. Luckily, our teachers and staff have a lot of experience with supporting children during the first days at school. (We’ve also provided reassurance and support to many, many parents.) Here are some positive ways to say good-bye at school...

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Celebrating Spring with Kids !

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Celebrating Spring with Kids !

It’s springtime and Spring brings new life, renewed hope, and fun times for families to share. It’s time to celebrate, get creative, go outside, and embrace nature. Here are 6 of the Best Spring Activities for Kids, guaranteed to put a spring in everyone’s step! 1. Go to a Pet Farm This is the perfect time of year to visit a pet farm. After the long winter, the kids will love to run around the farm, taking in all the delights of spring. Feed a bottle to a baby lamb or cup a baby chick in your hand. 2. Go for a Family Cycle Pop on your...

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Tips to Keep Kids Warm All Winter

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Tips to Keep Kids Warm All Winter

Tips to Keep Kids Warm All Winter Winter has come. Whether winter brings severe storms, light dustings or just cold temperatures, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has some valuable tips on how to keep your children safe and warm. What to Wear Dress infants and children warmly for outdoor activities.  Several thin layers will keep them dry and warm. Always remember warm boots, gloves or mittens, and a hat. The rule of thumb for older babies and young children is to dress them in one more layer of clothing than an adult would wear in...

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How Mother’s Day Provides Life Lessons to Children.

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How Mother’s Day Provides Life Lessons to Children.

Mother’s Day Provides Many Teachable Moments for Children Mother’s Day is coming so close. It would be easy to simply go along with the advertising industry and believe that the annual gift of flowers on Mother’s Day is just what mom needs. Partially it’s what she needs, but also let’s acknowledge the intangible halves of the equations, the actions that don’t involve buying items but are personal expressions that recognize the value of mom in a personal, unique, and truly individual way.   Here are ways kids can show mom a very...

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Easter Shredded Wheat nests

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Easter Shredded Wheat nests

Easter Shredded Wheat nests There’s more to Easter than an Easter egg hunt when it comes to keeping kids amused. Try this Easter Shredded wheat nests to keep the kids occupied during Easter.   PREP: 25 MINS COOK: 8 MINS plus chilling MAKE: 12   A spin on traditional chocolate cornflake cakes, this version uses extra-fine strands of wheat for great texture. This is an easy recipe that kids can join, read more about cooking with kids from our website.   Ingredients 200g milk chocolate broken into pieces 85g shredded wheat, crushed 2...

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Cooking with Kids: 5 Ways to Get Children Involved in the Kitchen

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Cooking with Kids: 5 Ways to Get Children Involved in the Kitchen

Cooking is a fantastic family activity, and there are many ways to get kids involved, no matter how old they are! There is so much more they can do besides, “Shake and Bake! And I helped!” In the kitchen, children can learn math skills, practice fine-motor coordination, make choices about nutrition, and of course, learn basic cooking techniques. Making foods from different countries is also a superb way to start conversations about other parts of the world. Teach good health and hygiene by making sure your children pull back long hair and...

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Do you have a little vegetable hater at home?

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Do you have a little vegetable hater at home?

Do you have a little vegetable hater at home? Most children do not like vegetables. There are varieties of reasons behind it, but with appropriate care and attention, you can help your child. Studies show that human are born with the sweet taste and all of us get used to eating all the other tastes later on. So, genes are the first impact. Other reasons such as: Lack of fun element Vegetables are not linked with enjoyment or fun. They are always presented to a kid as a healthy element necessary for development. When kids are young, they do...

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Tips to have a successful centre tour

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Tips to have a successful centre tour

Tips to have a successful centre tour For many parents, finding the right childcare centre stirs up a range of emotions. Childcare can be a special place that nurtures and enhances the development of children. It can be an environment for learning, development and growth through play and socialisation with others. It’s a Home away from home and it’s very important to find the right childcare centre. Here are some tips for what to consider during your tour at our Kidscape Early Learning centre whether it’s in preparing for preschool education...

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Music – Bonkers Beat

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Music – Bonkers Beat

  Music instructions accelerate brain development in young children Early Stage “The first 5 years of every child’s life are crucial in giving children a life-long love of learning and form the basis of future education. It is a very short, but extraordinary period of time when experiences can change the architecture of the developing brain. So, give your child the best start in life at Bonkers Beat Music Kinder”  Galina Zenin, Bonkers Beat Music Kinder Teacher The Daily Routine At Kidscape Early Learning Centre, our...

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