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Parent Hack: How to Build Your Preschooler’s Confidence

As young as they are, children already seek your affirmation and praise. Your confidence in them builds their confidence in themselves. For this reason, praises and verbal appreciations contribute greatly to the emotional and social development of children, especially during their formative years which is during the preschool years. Along with this, however, your role … Continue reading

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Teaching Basic Math Skills to Children: 5 Tips

Mathematics can seem like an intimidating subject for many, but with the right practice and persistent guidance, our little ones can get to embrace the value of numbers. Because we utilize numbers in our everyday life, we can also benefit our children if they understand mathematical concepts early on. Aside from enrolling your child to … Continue reading

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5 Tips: How to Maintain Children’s Safety at Home

How do you feel about seeing your child taking one bold step at a time? For parents, witnessing these milestones triggers more than pride. Being able to celebrate our little ones’ milestones, especially with their active mobility, always cheers our hearts. Is this also how you felt? As your partners in providing quality childcare in … Continue reading

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Teaching a Preschooler to Share: 5 Tips

Starting at the toddler years, especially as they begin to claim toys as their own, your child is already building up their sense of independence. Some parents call this as the “Terrible Two’s”, but we choose to say it’s the exciting stage of the “Terrific Two’s and Three’s”. As a key provider of childcare in … Continue reading

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Early Childhood Education: A Guide

Defining Early Childhood Education What is early childhood education? It’s basically the education children are subjected to from the moment they are born until they are 8 years of age. This definition is according to the National Association for the Education of Young Children. This phase of life is when a child’s cognitive, emotional, and … Continue reading

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