1. 7 Things Your Child Will Learn in Our Chicago Preschool

    Your child’s first years in school are one of the most crucial. This is the time when your child learns and develops the skills which help them reach many developmental milestones. In preschool, kids learn important fundamental basics. These contribute not only to brain development, but also to their social, physical and emotional development. When you enroll your little one in Toddler Town Dayc…Read More

  2. National Hobby Month

    How to Help Kids Explore Their Interests During National Hobby Month

    Every kid should have something they enjoy doing outside of school. National Hobby Month is a great way to help your child explore hobbies he may not be aware of! Why hobbies? Adults aren’t the only ones who benefit from having a hobby.Hobbies are an enjoyable way to gain new skills and learn something new about yourself and the world around you.Children who excel at something grow to perform we…Read More

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    Teaching Kids How to Share on National Re-Gifting Day

    It’s often thought of as tacky, but is it really? Re-gifting is the practice of individuals giving unused gifts that they received from others. Declared a national holiday by money management website Regiftable.com, National Re-gifting day is celebrated each year on the third Thursday in December. The date was chosen because it’s when companies are most likely to hold their office holiday part…Read More

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    8 Holiday Activities for Preschoolers in Chicago

    The holidays are a grand vacation time for all kids. It is a wonderful time for family to gather together and celebrate the yuletide season. Christmas break will never be complete without the fun and exciting holiday activities that your preschool children will enjoy. As parents, you can make the most of this time by giving your little ones interesting activities that will also provide opportuniti…Read More

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    Teaching Kids How to Share on National Re-Gifting Day

    It’s often thought of as tacky, but is it really? Re-gifting is the practice of individuals giving unused gifts that they received from others. Declared a national holiday by money management website Regiftable.com, National Re-gifting day is celebrated each year on the third Thursday in December. The date was chosen because it’s when companies are most likely to hold their office holiday part…Read More

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    Celebrating National Book Month: Encourage Reading for Your Team’s Development

    Curling up with a good book after work is a great way to relax and escape the stresses of the day. To celebrate National Book Month, you can explore all the benefits found between the pages at home. These same benefits can also boost professional skills and relationships in the office. Implementing a reading program and encouraging people to read may take time and effort. As a business team leader…Read More

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    3 Ways You Can Increase Your Child’s Vocabulary During Fall

    As a parent, building your child’s vocabulary is critical. You must adopt the right strategies from an early age for the child to have a good vocabulary. At this stage, young children are like sponges when it comes to developing their vocabulary. They only need the simple effort of their parents through various techniques of training and encouragement. Communication is a rapid and continuous dev…Read More

  8. National Learning & Development Month

    Help Your Team Reach New Heights During National Learning & Development Month

    Many people believe that learning stops once a person graduates from high school or college. Every October, people are encouraged to celebrate adult learners during National Learning & Development Month (NLD Month.) If you’re an employer, this information should hold special significance with you. According to Forbes, employee dissatisfaction due to a lack of training and development is a ke…Read More

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    Closing the Preschool Gap: Help Your Child Reap the Benefits of Early Childhood Education

    Our educational system is recognizing the importance and benefits of early childhood education more than ever before. Yet, there is a gap in the available options that can have an impact on your child's growth. It's important to learn about this gap and the potential solutions. We have plenty of programs for infants up to the age of three. There are also state-funded pre-K programs in almost every…Read More

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    Back to School Tips for Preschool Parents: 9 Ways to Help Your Child Settle In

    Your child's first day of preschool can be hard for both of you. Your child will have to get used to being away from you for long periods. This can be tough on them even if they attended preschool the previous year. Even if your child is excited to be heading to preschool after a summer break, there are still circumstances that can cause them fear or concern. By following these nine back-to-school…Read More