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Helping a Child Who’s Going to a new School

While change may seem like a positive thing to adults, to children it may seem like the world is ending. Little minds may not be able to understand why they can no longer stay with grandma all day or why they have to leave an old group of friends at a different daycare facility. However, […]

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Early Child Learning and Milestones In Your Child’s Life

From the moment we are born, we experience milestones. We begin to smile and laugh. Then we learn to crawl, walk, and then run. We lose a baby tooth and gain a new one. Eventually, we make friends and have long-lasting relationships with some of them. Just as you have encountered these moments, your child […]

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Child Growth and Development Stages: The Importance of Age-Geared Learning

If you have children, you know they grow quickly and constantly develop new characteristics. Whether your child is a newborn, a toddler, or twelve years of age, you have probably seen them discover different qualities about themselves and explore more attributes of the world around them. This continual development is something that never really ends. […]

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What Type of Learner is Your Child? The Four Learning Styles

Everyone learns in their own way. But, in early childhood development, it’s important to recognize which type of learning style your child may adopt. This way, you can introduce various methods and techniques into their daily routines and education to help with learning. And, educating yourself on the four learning styles may even help you […]

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How to Choose the Early Child Learning Center Right for You

If you’re looking for a place to send your infant, toddler, or young child and have decided that daycare doesn’t provide the educational materials you child needs to develop a desire for learning, an early child learning center is right for you. But how do you go about choosing the program that is best for […]

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A Few Kid-Friendly New Year’s Eve Activities

New Year’s Eve is a night filled with adult parties, drinks, and staying up late. But, just because it’s mainly an event scheduled around adult agendas, it doesn’t mean that our little ones can’t benefit from all the fun a fresh, new year brings. If you’re looking for ways to include your kids in the […]

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Uncovering the Advantages of Reading to Children

As parents, there are many things we can do to help our children understand the world around them. There is so much to discover, but we want the innocent and new minds of our children to be guided so that they learn to be honest, successful, hard-working, etc. Fortunately, the things we say and do […]

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Early Learning Academy Programs Vs. Child Daycare

If you have a small child and are looking for care solutions, you may have found both early learning academies and daycare solutions. But, which is a better choice for you, your child, and your family? In this article, we aim to compare and contrast both daycare facilities and early learning academies so you can […]

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Relationship Issues For The New Kids At School

As adults, we sometimes forget how difficult it is for a child to go to a new school. They have to go by themselves to a new school, a new classroom, and to have to try to form a whole new group of friends. For many children there is a lot of anxiety and stress […]

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Cat in the Hat Stacks

An Edible Activity Supplies Needed – Package of chocolate sandwich cookies 1 tub of Vanilla frosting or icing package of Gummy lifesavers (just the red color) 1. Separate the chocolate cookies into two pieces. 2. Spread a little bit of frosting onto each side 3. Take a red gummy saver and place it on top […]

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Toddler Pom Pom Sort

Children have a natural desire to make sense of their world, to create order in a world that seems largely out of their control. For that reason, sorting activities often attract children. In fact, many children will start sorting things without even being taught. Many parents have likely walked into a room to see their […]

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Healthy Eating

We all know that healthy eating is important in childhood development, but it easier said than done in some houses. “You want me to eat what?!?! ITS GREEN!!” Not only can it be difficult for you to get the food into that little tummy, but it can also be strain on your finances to always […]

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Summer Safety Tips

Now that Memorial Day has passed its likely that you will be spending more time outside with your children. What better time to go over some easy summer safety tips. Driving Buckle up! Make sure your following the car seat and booster seat laws and set a good example and make sure you are buckled […]

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Exciting Curriculum News from Ivy League

We are happy to announce that our Preschool and private Pre-kindergarten, as well as our wrap around classes, will have enhanced learning through the implementation of HighScope© Curriculum. In the HighScope© Preschool Curriculum, learning is guided by 58 key developmental indicators (KDIs) that meet all state standards. Key developmental indicators (KDIs©) are the building blocks […]

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Talking to your Children about Terrorism

As parents and educators we want to keep our children safe and away from harm, but what happens when the world we live in isn’t always safe? How can we make children feel safe, while being honest with them? How can you possible explain to a child why bad things happen? We at Ivy Prep […]

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