The first several years of your child's life were like a dream come true, and you have enjoyed spending time at home nurturing their development. Unfortunately, the best laid plans sometimes fall apart, and you now find yourself preparing to return to work after your divorce. While this transition represents a double whammy for your child, it is possible to help them adjust to both your divorce and a new daycare by using these strategies. [Read More]
What Are The Best Early Education Options For Your Dyslexic Child?
Choosing the right preschool and elementary program for your child can feel like a much more intricate decision than your parents or grandparents ever faced -- with charter schools, a boom in the number of online schooling and homeschooling groups, and a variety of private programs available, determining and selecting the best option for your unique child may seem all but impossible. This tough decision is made even more challenging if your child is beginning to show signs of dyslexia, a learning disorder that can make reading, counting, and other building blocks of early education more difficult. [Read More]
Keeping Your Child Safe On 3 Potentially Dangerous Playground Items
An average of over 200,000 children in the United States are injured on playgrounds every year to the extent that they need emergency room treatment. These injuries occur at both daycare, school, public, and home playgrounds. While this statistic may sound alarming, playground accidents can be avoided when you take proper safety precautions for your child. Make sure you know the three pieces of playground equipment most of these accidents occur on and how to help your child use these items more safely. [Read More]