Knowing how to build confidence in kids is important for caretakers to know. We could all use more self-esteem and we definitely want to give that to the kids we care for. Whether they are our own children or our daycare kids.
In real life, kids aren’t always separated by age. Think of the family unit. Most of the time, kids aren’t all born at the same time. And there are many benefits of mixed age groups in daycare and other learning environments.
Are you struggling to potty train your child or are thinking about it but don’t know where to start? Use these best potty training techniques for success.
Play is on the decline in our society and unstructured play is critical to child development. Let’s look at what unstructured play is and why it matters so much.
Reading to your child is one of the most important things you can do for their development. It has so many benefits for children. The more you read and the earlier you start, the better for children’s learning.
What is developmentally appropriate practice and why does it matter? Do I need to be concerned about it in my home daycare?
We all want to be great parents with super confident kids. Here are some surprising things that actually hurt kids self-esteem.
Helping kids learn to get along and build relationships is one of the most important things caregivers can do for them. Social skills are the key to a successful future.
Is there a connection between food and behavior problems in kids? What you feed kids makes a night and day difference in child behavior problems
How much should my child be eating? Many times we think kids aren’t eating “anything” when they are eating the appropriate portion sizes for their age. Find out what appropriate portion sizes for young kids really are.