1. Tips for Choosing the Right Preschool in Chicago

    Preschool is an excellent educational foundation for your child if you want them to be prepared and ready for their future learning endeavors. And the decision of which preschool a child needs to attend shouldn’t be taken lightly. Parents, is picking the right preschool one of your dilemmas? It can be overwhelming, especially when you don’t have any idea about where to start! Of course, there …Read More

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    Get Your Kids Talking about School with these 6 Tips

    “How was school” is a question kids find too big to answer. When you throw them this question, they’ll feel like they have to sum up their whole day and don’t know where to start. The result? They’ll give you a “fine” for an answer. And this is not what we want to hear. As parents, you’d like to get as much information as you can from your children. You’d want to know what happen…Read More

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    How to Celebrate National Nutrition Month at Home and School

    "Invest in Yourself - Buy Nutrition" was the theme for the first National Nutrition Month. It was created in 1973 by the American Dietetic Association (ADA). The ADA is known now as the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. It actually started as a week long to begin with, but has expanded to a full month to reach more people. This month of awareness is meant to help everyone focus on the many benef…Read More

  4. Home & School Connection

    Our dedicated and experienced staff at both of our Chicago and Evanston daycare centers believe in working together with parents to ensure school success. They know learning opportunities don't stop after you pick up your child from Toddler Town. They can and should happen everywhere! Want to know more? Check out The Home & School Connection! It has tons of great tips on how to help engage y…Read More

  5. National Snack Food Month

    Healthy Eating, Your Kids and National Snack Food Month

    February is National Snack Food Month. This is the perfect opportunity to show your kids how healthy snacks are the best snacks for their growing minds and bodies! Let's face it, kids aren't always enthusiastic about healthy eating. But both parents and educators know the more interested and involved a kid is with what they're trying to do, the more enthusiastic and engaged they'll be. This makes …Read More

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    Cool Places to Visit in Chicago with Your Preschooler

    Planning to travel or go on a vacation with your family this year? Chicago is one of the places you should consider. There are many good reasons why Chicago is an ideal travel destination, especially for families with kids. There are just so many cool places to visit in Chicago and several your preschooler will love. From the restaurants and amazing activities, to the world’s best museums, every…Read More

  7. 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

  8. 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