Special Ground Rules That 24/7 Daycares Have To Abide By

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Most daycares only operate on a 5am or 6am to 5pm or 6pm schedule. This is because a lot of parents work first shift and are typically finished with work during these times. Unfortunately, that creates a conundrum for parents who work second shift and single parents who are forced to work swing shift or third shift to make ends meet. If you are really lucky, you might find a daycare that operates until midnight, but rarely, if ever, is there a daycare that operates on third shift or 247 daycare.…

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Helping Solidify What Your Child Learns In Preschool

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It is extremely important as a parent of a preschooler to help reinforce what your child is learning in school. After all, the child has learned their whole life that they can trust you more than anyone. There are many simple things you can do at home to help them master the skills they are learning. Reading Reading is one of the most emphasized skills throughout school. This is especially true in preschool, as children are just beginning to learn how to read.…

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Six Drug-Free Ways To Help Your Toddler Sleep Better

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Toddlers need adequate sleep to aid in their physical development. If your toddler has become fussy at bedtime or awakens frequently during the night, there are natural ways to promote healthy sleep. Establishing a routine may help improve sleep habits, and there are several other measures you can take as well. Here are six drug-free ways to promote better sleep for your two or three year old. 1. Ease Into Bedtime Gradually: It’s important to curtail stimulating activities and playtime at least 30 minutes before bedtime, otherwise he or she may become restless and unable to “…

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