Providing care for Weston children six weeks through five years.
Providing care for Weston children six weeks through five years.

A Children’s Carousel
1051 Shotgun Road
Weston, Florida 33326
Telephone: (954) 424-1898

A Children’s Carousel
1051 Shotgun Road
Weston, Florida 33326

(954) 424-1898

 

preschoolers learning, preschool, daycare, afterschool care
3 Things to Prepare for When Transitioning to the Toddler Classroom Adapted from The Family Room   So, the day arrived when our son was finally ready to start transitioning to the toddler classroom from the infant classroom. At first, this was exciting news, as it was a big step for him developmentally. The teachers...
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Teaching children water safety is a key part of reducing child drownings. In Florida, drownings are one of the leading causes of child deaths.   The following information is important to teach to children and reiterated through the water safety program: Never go near the water without an adult. While swimming can be fun, it’s important...
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6 Science Podcasts for Kids Adapted from Bright Horizons “Why is the sky blue?”   “What is that plant called?” “How can birds fly?” “How hot is the sun?” Sound familiar? You probably have a curious child on your hands…and you might be flooded with more science-y questions than you can answer. Let podcasts for kids help! Whether...
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All About Conscious Discipline Created by Dr. Becky Bailey Conscious Discipline is an emotional intelligence program where children learn to express their emotions, resolve problems with words, and work with others. It was developed by Dr. Becky Bailey, an author and early childhood educator. It is designed to create an environment where the motivation to...
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Tips for Teaching Your Child About Personal Safety Adapted from Lexi Walters Wright When it comes to personal safety, kids with learning and attention issues may be more vulnerable than other kids. So how can you teach your child about “safe” and “unsafe” people? 1. Say it early, often and very clearly.           ...
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Start the New Year Off Right: Resolve to Raise a Reader! Adapted from Reading Rockets Many New Year’s resolutions focus on developing healthy habits. Here’s one that is important to make and keep: provide a regular diet of books and reading for your preschooler. You feed and care for your child every day so that...
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Preschool Children and Cognitive Development Adapted from Alexandra Louis During the preschool and kindergarten years, children begin to develop and learn new skills through play. Play encourages all the important areas of development. It includes social, emotional, physical, communication/language and cognitive development. This refers to learning to question, problem-solve, learn about spatial relationships. In addition,...
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4 Ways to Make Holidays Better for Kids Tips for keeping kids happy and able to enjoy the fun Rachel Ehmke; Adapted from Child Mind Institute It’s easy for children to be smitten with the magic of the holidays. Fun presents. Extra sweets. A vacation from school—there’s a lot to like. But with the freedom and...
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Adapted from blogs.brighthorizons.com Thanksgiving is around the corner. It is a holiday and an expression of gratitude. Here are some tips to teach our kids gratitude and to practice thanksgiving all year round! • Model Gratefulness. You are your children’s most important role model. Using grateful language and positive reinforcement is a great way to show children how to...
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