Incorporating physical activity into your childcare routine can sometimes be challenging due to time constraints, space limitations, and other factors. However, with some planning and creativity, it is possible to integrate physical activity into your daily routine in a fun and engaging way.
In this post, we will delve into the fascinating world of pet-assisted therapy and how it can enrich the learning environment for children in early childcare settings.
By fostering a growth mindset in children from an early age, we can help them to become more resilient, motivated, and successful learners. But how?
By participating in policy discussions, childcare providers can influence the formation of policies, helping to create a more supportive and effective framework for quality early learning and care in California.
These subsidies are available to low-income families and are based on factors such as family size, income, and the age of the children. Over time, these subsidies have undergone numerous revisions, which have had significant impacts on both families and childcare providers.
GIBSONS, British Columbia — Two years ago, Marisol Petersen’s family was paying more than $1,200 a month for her son to attend child care in this small, coastal town about 20 miles across the Howe Sound from Vancouver.
To host an impactful center tour, it’s important that staff are trained on the school’s unique selling points, or USPs.
As providers, we are tasked with nurturing both minds and bodies, and promoting hydration in children should be a key element of this responsibility. This post delves into the importance of hydration, the challenges it poses, and practical tips to promote healthy drinking habits in children.
Microaggressions are often unconscious, subtle slights or insults that can be verbal, nonverbal, or environmental and are often directed towards marginalized groups.
As a childcare provider, you are responsible for ensuring that all children in your care are updated with their immunizations.