1. What to Look for In a Day Care Center: Part 2

    Welcome back to the two-part series by Toddler Town Daycare where we are covering the various things that you should be looking for when searching for the right daycare facility. In our last blog post, we covered four of the factors that you should be looking into when narrowing down your options. While those four points are all extremely important, there was no way for us to cover all of the esse…Read More

  2. What to Look for In a Day Care Center

    There are countless benefits to putting your child in daycare. If you haven't already, check out our previous blog that covers a few of the reasons that we think every parent benefits from the services offered at daycare. If you're ready to reap the many benefits, today's blog is for you. We are going to touch on a few of the qualities that you want to make sure the daycare facility that you choos…Read More

  3. Benefits of Putting Your Child in Daycare

    Child care is one of those things that parents know they could benefit from, but they either have a tough time passing off their child to someone else or feel guilty leaving them , making it an option they don't take advantage of. The reality, however, is that there are countless benefits to children being in daycare! In today's blog post, we are going to cover a few of the different benefits that…Read More

  4. March Newsletters

    March is an amazing time at Toddler Town Daycare in Chicago and Evanston! The chill of winter is finally starting to melt away and spring is well within reach. While the snow might not be totally melted yet, we can relish in the fact that the sun is shining a little brighter and our kiddos are excited about the upcoming change in the weather. Below, you’ll find a collection of our March newslett…Read More

  5. February Newsletters

    February is all about love and friendship! In our February newsletters, you will find some of the topics we like to teach about in February at our daycare centers. Older students spend February learning about famous African Americans for Black History Month and taking care of our teeth for National Children’s Dental Health Month! Younger students usually spend February learning about friendship,…Read More

  6. January Newsletters

    Brrrrr! January sure is a cold month here in Illinois! Thankfully, just because it’s cold and snowy outside, the learning continues at both of our daycare centers! Below, you’ll find our current and past January newsletters where we discuss some of the things our students will be learning throughout the month. In January, our students of all ages learn about all things winter including arctic …Read More

  7. Tips to Prepare your Children for the New School Year

    It’s August, summer is finally coming to an end and the new school year is right around the corner. Time for  parents and students all over the country to start their back to school preparations. Whether your children look forward to this event or they dread the regimented school days ahead, one thing is for sure – back to school entails another big transition. Help your kids cope with the bi…Read More

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    7 Tips for Your Child’s First Day in Day Care

    The first day of daycare can be challenging for you and your little one. For most families, it marks a significant transition since it is the first time that the child will be away from their parents for an extended period. The good news is that there are a plethora of things you can do to navigate this change and make the transition smooth and easy. Read on below to find some helpful tips on how …Read More

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    Celebrate National Picnic Month by Going on a Picnic with the Family

    Everybody celebrates Independence Day in July. But, what many people don’t know is that we also celebrate National Picnic Month in July, too! Going for a picnic is an excellent time to embrace nature and breathe in fresh air. It is also a great opportunity to bond with friends, family and loved ones. While a picnic is understood as a simple excursion with meals eaten outdoors, there are some int…Read More

  10. July Newsletters

    In July, summer is in full swing here at Toddler Town! As you’ll see from our July newsletters, we like to spend the month learning about all sorts of things. We typically learn about Independence Day in July and what that means and most age groups will have a special event or even a field trip in July to capitalize on the warm weather. July is also a time when many of our classrooms learn about…Read More