The Creative Buzz
This is where we plan to keep you abreast of all the latest news, accomplishments, and events at Creative Early Learning Center Child Care & Preschool! There is always something fun going on, and we want to make sure that you are a part of it. If there is exciting news one of our teachers would like to share from the classroom, you can find it here!
We will also be posting early childhood education articles from several professionals we work with on a regular basis. If it helps us to be better educators, it will help you be a better parent. Enjoy all the latest buzzzzz from Creative Early Learning Center Child Care & Preschool.
The Latest Buzz
Educators can play an important role in children’s development by demonstrating basic civility. Modeling a respectful attitude and requiring students to be considerate of the rights and feelings of others help create a cooperative learning environment. When people treat others with respect, they feel better about themselves and develop self-confidence. When educators model courtesy, children can learn to be considerate of others.
Creative Early Learning Center Child Care & Preschool employees are always working hard to demonstrate early childhood “Best Practices.” In order to be at our best for our families and meet Step Up To Quality standards, all our teachers are required to complete several hours of specialized training each year. We wanted to share one of our newest industry topics we feel is extremely important to help instill in your children daily. Below is the 24 tips, would love some feedback and suggestions, we need your help:)
- Instilling Manners in Children
Quality child care and education is very expensive and hard to find. Make sure your child is getting the most out of your hard earned dollars. Our latest article focuses on several tips that will help your child benefit from their daily learning experiences. A consistent supply of physical and mental health goes a long way in helping your child learn to the best of their abilities.
- Sending Children To Early Childhood Programs and School Ready to Learn
We hear it all the time, "I'm nervous leaving my child at daycare", "He always cries when I leave." This is normal and really helps your child's social and emotional development. Read this great article from a trusted child development expert we work with at Creative Early Learning Center Child Care & Preschool.
- Dealing With Separation Teaches Valuable Lessons