Author: Providence Children's Academy

What To Look For In An After School Program

An after school program should allow children to have fun, be themselves, and enable them to explore their personality in a safe and nurturing environment. How do you know that the after school program you are considering is right for you and your child? Here are a few key things to ask when looking at […]

The Top Reasons Why Infant Daycare Rocks

The best way to determine why infant daycare rocks is to ask the right people. Yes, we mean professionals with access to information about infant development and how it is beneficial for your child’s social and emotional development. But we also mean the people who benefit most in the short term – the parents. Day […]

How VPK Can Help Your Child

One of the many advantages of living in Florida is the access your 4-year-old has to the Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) program. This program is free to all families and allows any child the opportunity to gain a headstart in coping with school life. At Providence Children’s Academy, we provide high-quality VPK to start your child’s learning […]

Preschool Center Discusses The Importance Of Nutrition

The way we eat influences our daily performance. Eating a well-balanced diet is important in adulthood but nutrition also plays an essential role in early childhood development. Before a child turns 5 years old, their bodies undergo significant changes. The foods preschool-aged children eat influence cognitive, physical, emotional and social development. For their brains and […]

DIY Costumes For Your Preschool Halloween Party

With Halloween quickly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about our preschool’s annual Halloween Parade and Party! While it may be easy to grab the latest superhero or princess costume off of the rack, creating a DIY costume is a great, and easy, way to show off your creativity and get your child involved in […]

6 Educational, Halloween-Inspired Preschool Activities

With summer gone and fall finally here, it’s almost time to get ready for one of our favorite holidays of the year, Halloween! Candy, pumpkins, and costumes are just a few of the wonderful parts of the holiday, and we’re here to bring you some educational, but still fun, Halloween-inspired preschool activities for your child. […]

Activities To Help Children Get Back Into Their Preschool Routine

Returning to preschool after the summer break can be challenging for children, parents, and teachers. Even children who enjoy going to school can find the first day after the break overwhelming. Waking up earlier to commute to school, spending more time away from their parents, and learning new concepts in a short space of time are […]

Incorporating STEM Into A Pre-K Curriculum

STEM is an acronym used to describe four major areas of learning; science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. STEM is built around the concept of integrating these four disciplines and applying them to real-world situations and problems. When incorporating STEM into a Pre-K curriculum, some teachers prefer to keep the four areas separate at first, letting […]

Hurricane Awareness Tips For Happy Preschoolers

Hurricane season in South Florida generally starts from the 1st of June until the end of November and for parents, with preschoolers, it can be a terrifying time, especially if your little ones don’t understand what’s happening. It’s important that you teach your children about hurricanes and what they should do. Teaching safety to pre-schoolers […]

Tips To Ready Your Child For Their First Day At Daycare

The first day in a new place is scary no matter your age. It only makes sense that going to daycare for the first time, or going to a different daycare, can be overwhelming for your child. This is usually the first time that they are away from you for an extended period of time […]

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