1. Tips for the First Day of Preschool

    Can you believe it? The summer is almost over and it’s time to start thinking about back to school preparations. If you have a preschool age child, the first big step into formal learning and education is just around the corner. And since the first day of preschool is such a milestone, it can bring some nerves with it for both parent and child. (Admit it. You’re probably more nervous than your…Read More

  2. Educational Childcare

    One of the biggest misconceptions about child care is that it is just another form of child supervision, like babysitting. And in some cases, this may actually be true. Not all child care centers are accredited. And not all child care centers hold themselves up to the current standards of quality child care practices. The best way to determine the quality of a child care center is to learn how muc…Read More

  3. Choosing Childcare Tips

    Choosing child care for your little one is one of the most important decision you as a parent can make. You are, after all, choosing who you will be trusting with the safety, health and well-being of your child. There are many things to consider when choosing child care, including the reputation of the child care center, the policies and programs they offer and the level of professionalism and cer…Read More

  4. Benefits of Pre K Programs

    As a parent, one of the most important jobs you have is to make sure that your child is getting the best educational experience possible. You know this, and you probably spend a lot of time thinking about and researching ways to get the most out of educational programs for your kids. One of the best ways to give your child a head start on the path the academic success is to enroll them in a qualit…Read More

  5. Advocating to Strengthen Child Care

    Advocacy According to Wikipedia, "Advocacy is a political process by an individual or group which aims to influence public-policy and resource allocation decisions within political, economic, and social systems and institutions." Taking action to strengthen child care is a deep commitment of the entire Toddler Town staff. “Love Is Not Enough to Keep Your Family Strong” is the highest value o…Read More

  6. Please Support Senate Bill HB 570

     Your Voice Matters! At Toddler Town, we always try to look out for our children families, which is why we do everything that we can when the need arises. The current budget crisis has many in our child care community deeply concerned. To read the advocacy letter recently sent to our Governor and Legislators from Toddler Town owner Angelo Nikolov, please CLICK HERE. Your voice truly does matte…Read More

  7. Understanding Student Teacher Ratio

    One of the best indicators of a quality childcare provider is a good student-teacher ratio. The student teacher ratio is simply the number of teachers or childcare professionals on hand at any given time in a childcare, preschool or daycare setting in relation to the number of kids. For example, a preschool class of 20 children and 2 teachers has a student teacher ratio of 10:1. This means one tea…Read More

  8. From the Heart

    We truly enjoy being able to help! Both Toddler Town Daycare Center locations held our 2nd Annual Toy Drive. All of the toys were donated to the children at the Primo Center for Women and Children. We also held a Food Drive. It was a wonderful success! This heartwarming thank you letter from Fr. Lojek shown below proves how your donation was much appreciated in the community.  Many thanks to…Read More

  9. The Purpose of Pre K Education

    The decision to send your child to a Pre-K program, also known as preschool, is an important one. There are many things to consider when choosing a child care center for your child, including program quality, safety, cost, time and location. You may even be wondering if there is a purpose to pre k education and whether it provides your child any benefits. Like all education, pre k education is an …Read More