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The Do’s and Don’ts of Being With a Toddler

Toddlers are aged 1 to 3 years. At this age, they tend to behave in a particular way. Screaming, aggression, running away, lying, and interrupting are some of toddlers behaviors that this article covers. You might think that your toddler is different when you see them behaving in the manners mentioned above. Young, However, need not worry because it is normal toddler behavior. However, it doesn’t mean that you should tolerate these behaviors because they are not good behaviors after

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Choosing Childcare Center for your child

Factors to Consider When choosing a Childcare Centre for Your Child Quite frankly, it can be a lot balancing family life and work as parents, which is why it’s perfectly fine to seek a little bit of assistance with the kids if it ever comes down to it. Accepting the fact that you need help is the easy part, choosing a childcare facility that would be an ideal fit for your child is where you’ll have your work cut out

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Childcare vs. Daycare

Childcare vs. Daycare The act of caring for a child during the formatting stage in life goes a long way in the child’s life. The care your children receives during the early phase in their life tends to contribute to who they later become in life. What does child care in Richmond Heights, OH, mean? Childcare is a broad subject that involves the supervision and attendance of an adult over a child or many children. It involves simply nurturing the

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Pre-K Reasonable Homework Expectations

It is generally agreed that the younger the child, the less time the child should be expected to devote to homework. A general rule of thumb is that preschool children should be expected to do no more than 10-12 minutes of homework. If your child is spending more than the recommended times during homework nights, then you may want to talk with your child’s teacher about adjusting the workload.  Homework packets will be sent home once a week.  A packet

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Screen Time is Too Much For Children?

An article posted on an Early Childhood Education Blog discusses screen time as learning and working at home during COVID-19 has many of us reaching for electronics to stay entertained and connected. Check out the article located at:

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Dear Families, At Early Steps Learning Center, we are guided by our purpose of looking out for people and always our first priority is the safety of our children, colleagues and community. As we monitor the ongoing developments and safety information related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) we are following guidelines from public health authorities, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and our own operational preparedness plan to ensure the center’s continuity and fulfillment of services while working to protect the

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December Monthly Blog –

November Overview Last month we had a few exciting events, like the Family Feast before Thanksgiving. Check out these pictures we got of our happy turkeys! Holiday Hours and Events This month we will be adjusting our hours of operation for the holidays. Christmas Eve: 6:30 AM – 3:00 PM Christmas Day: CLOSED New Years Eve: 6:30 AM – 4:00 PM New Years Day: CLOSED But before we take our holiday breaks, we will be celebrating a year of good

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