Preschool Care

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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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Every September since 2012 has been marked as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. A cancer diagnosis is devastating to children, families, and their community. With over 400,000 cases diagnosed every year around the world, it’s important to take the time to honor and celebrate the lives of those affected. We at Providence Children’s Academy want to […]

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Infant Care: Everything You Need When Traveling With A Baby

Baby’s first trip can seem daunting. There’s so much to consider— how much should you pack? How can you properly prepare? When it comes to infant care, we know it needs to be done right. We’re here with a handy, quick-reference guide to all you need to know when traveling with your baby. Infant Care […]

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Cognitive Infant Development: Year One

The decision to grow a family is an exciting one. Babies introduce countless moments of joy, pride, and warm affection. In between the cute coos and gurgled laughter is constant development. While each child is unique, there are certain milestones for cognitive infant development to celebrate along the way. Meeting these milestones gives parents confidence […]

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Infant Education: When Should My Baby Start Walking?

There’s no sweeter moment than when your baby takes its first step. It’s one of the important “firsts” that your growing child can have. This is why early infant education is important. It helps ensure that your baby hits the right developmental milestones at the right age. While there is nothing wrong if your child […]

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Invest In Quality Child Care

Leaving your daughter and son in a child care program and going back to work for the first time is extremely difficult. Parents often feel guilty, but they have no other choice. The good news is that leaving your child at a quality care program offers a number of advantages that they may not get […]

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Infant Education: When Should My Baby Start Talking?

The early months of parenthood bring so much excitement and wonder: watching your child go from cooing as a newborn to the magic moment of their first word. However, there are a few steps leading up to the first word a child will speak, and plenty you can do to improve their language skills and […]

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Summer Preschool Helps Build Confidence

What more could a parent want for their child than to start the school year with positivity and confidence? Seeing your child proud of their abilities and identity is a gift: one that gets harder to obtain as kids grow older and absorb more of the influences around them. One way to start your child […]

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Learning Years: Building Self Confidence In Young Children

Having good self-esteem ties directly into building self-confidence. Although important at any age, nurturing self-esteem during your child’s learning years gives them the confidence to explore the world around them as they get older. Having self-esteem means having confidence in your abilities and worth, and it is closely linked to how capable and acceptable your […]

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What It’s Like To Be A Preschooler During A Pandemic

There’s no doubt about it: the pandemic has upturned work, daily routines, and family time. While you navigate how best to keep a routine in place and provide the best for your family, it’s important to consider how your preschooler is managing with such big changes. We’re all adapting as best we can, but as […]

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