1. Ten Little Fingers: Developing Your Child’s Fine Motor Skills

    Fine Motor Skills are learned when children learn to use smaller muscles. These muscles consist of your hands, fingers, and wrists. These muscles are used when writing, holding small items, and turning pages. Mastery of find motor skills require precision and coordination. Fine motor skills come after gross motor skills (large muscle skills) do. Big muscles help small muscles develop. The use of s…Read More

  2. Traveling Tips for Your Family Trips!

    Fun family trips can sometimes be overshadowed by the anxiety of traveling with young children. Many times we as adults stress about the car or plane ride and how it will affect our children and other passengers if our children do not behave in a certain manner. Many people through time have weighed in on this subject with their opinions on both sides of the coin and have compelling arguments. How…Read More

  3. Counting in the Kitchen

    Kids love to count and add objects as they receive the shouts of “yay” and clapping from parents, this can easily be seen as the only math achievable by young children. Let’s go beyond the counting and adding. Parents challenge yourselves to get your kids to think like real mathematicians! Math is everywhere around us and it must be connected to children’s lives. The kitchen is a place th…Read More

  4. Why Preschool?

    As parents we only want the best for our children. Only you know what that is. Every child is different and unique, and all children need different things. I want to share with you the benefits of Early Childhood Education so you can decide if it is right for you and your child. Studies have shown that children who interact with other children early in life learn great social and emotional skills …Read More

  5. Mommy, don’t leave me!!

    These are the fateful words as a parent, you dread to hear when dropping  your child off to a new environment. Separation anxiety is normal in an infant and toddlers development.  Don't panic Mom and Dad, you are not alone!  Around the age of 2 is usually when toddlers start to notice a pattern that you may be out of sight for a while but not forever. 4 Simple Tips To Ease the Worries of You an…Read More

  6. How did you get him to eat THAT!?

    Children often imitate adults. This also holds true to eating habits. If an adult they look up to does not eat vegetables or fruit, chances are they will choose not to either. It is more important than ever to start the healthy eating at a young age. When feeding your infant or toddler, offer them all the foods. Let them be the judge of what they like. If you never give your child broccoli, then t…Read More