Author: Providence Children's Academy

Infant Child Care Questions: How Much Screen Time is Too Much?

Studies around the development of the human brain show that 90% of brain development happens before kindergarten. The baby’s brain is about a quarter of the size of an adult’s brain at birth. This doubles in the first year, and by the age of five, the brain is almost fully developed. With that information at […]

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Infant Daycare Tips For Introducing Solid Foods

Is the thought of introducing solid food to your infant’s diet daunting? Are you unsure if your baby is ready for solids, or nervous about the order of foods that should be introduced? Luckily, our infant daycare is experienced in this area. Prepare yourself for gooey hands, sticky faces, and sloppy trays while we share […]

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What Sets Our Child Care Program Apart?

When it comes to child care programs, you need the best of the best. Safety, education quality, and ethos all need to align when you choose where you want your child to go to school, and it can be an overwhelming decision to make. At Providence Children’s Academy, we take our commitment to creating an […]

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Preschool Teacher Approved Toys For Your Toddler

You want to make sure your child has the best possible start to their development. But, with so many choices in the toy aisle, it can be hard to know where to start. Here are some preschool teacher approved toys that will teach them and help your toddler grow. Pikler Triangle A Pikler Triangle is […]

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After School Activities That Promote Exercise & Fitness

Since the 1970’s the percentage of children and teenagers affected by obesity has tripled. We want our children to be fit and healthy, but the challenges of life online have made this a difficult goal to aim for. One of the key benefits of moving is the release of our natural ‘happy hormone’ endorphins, our […]

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Early Childhood Education: Teaching Emotional Intelligence

During early childhood education, adults have the responsibility to help children develop their intelligence. Intelligence includes academic intelligence as well as emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is defined by a person’s ability to process and express their emotions while respecting the feelings of others. There are so many benefits to emotional intelligence, and kids can start […]

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Getting Your Preschooler Ready For Kindergarten

The transition to kindergarten can be a huge change for the typical preschooler. Not only is it a transition into a larger classroom setting, but it’s also a new school. Every child reacts differently to these types of changes, and some may find it more challenging than others. Here are tips for getting your preschooler […]

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Five Perks Of After School Child Care

Does your job prevent you from fetching your children immediately after school? Then enrolling then in an after school child care program may be just what your family needs! Did you know that there are 14 million children who leave school without a place to go? These are hours spent aimlessly wandering around when they […]

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Preschool Center Tips: How To Child-Proof Your Home

Studies show that most parents are unfortunately overconfident regarding their child’s understanding of danger and fail to adequately childproof their home. A preschool center that takes child safety seriously, knows that childproofing a home doesn’t need to be an overwhelming task. The tip is to start early, have a checklist, and reassess the potential dangers […]

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Getting The Best Pre K Education

Early childhood education is essential for children. In preschool, children develop social skills that allow them to have positive relationships with their teachers and each other. With so many preschools around, it’s important that you enroll your child in one that offers high-quality education. Here’s a guide to getting the best Pre K education for […]

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