Five Ways to Help your Child Cope with Stress

All children are faced with stress at times, whether in school, social situations or in the home. Here, the early childhood development professionals at Celebree provide parents with tips on how to help your children handle stress effectively. Listening and Talking – Childhood stress may seem small or trivial to adults, but to a child,…

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Communication 101: How to Practice Healthy Communication With Your Child

Healthy communication can not only strengthen a parent-child bond, but also create a model for your children as to how they should communicate with others. Here, the early childhood development professionals at Celebree Learning Centers explain the best practices for teaching your little ones how to effectively communicate. Learning how to effectively communicate with others…

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The Value of Preschool Education

The merits of enrolling children in preschool has been debated throughout the country, but research has stressed the cognitive, social, and emotional value that preschool has for young children. Studies have shown that early education goes a long way to preparing children for kindergarten and primary schooling. As the National Institute for Early Education Research…

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Is Your Child Kindergarten Ready?

Each child develops in their own unique way, and at their own place. However, there are certain factors you can assess to determine if your child is ready for kindergarten. Here, the child development professionals at Celebree Learning Centers describe some key developmental characteristics of a kindergarten-ready child. In most states, children must be five…

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Promoting Healthy Cognitive Development in your Preschooler

While most parents are naturally concerned with their preschooler’s physical development, their mental development is just as, if not more, important. There are many things you can do to stimulate your child’s mind outside of a classroom setting. When children are just starting out on the road of cognitive development, they need devoted attention and…

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Be My Mini-Valentine: Promoting Your Toddler’s Social-Emotional Development

Playdates, storybook reading and interactive games might simply seem like a fun way to interact with your child. However, activities like this also play a large role in developing their social and emotional competencies. The child development professionals at Celebree Learning Centers describe various ways parents can support and encourage this development. Early-stage Social and…

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Encouraging Compassion in Children

Encouraging your child to develop the social-emotional skill of caring for others will help them to better understand and share their feelings, an important communication skill that they will need as they develop. Here, the child development professionals at Celebree Learning Centers highlight the importance of encouraging the development of your child’s compassionate behavior and…

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What to Look for in Quality Child Care: Preschool

In the final installment of the series, “What to Look for in Quality Child Care,” the child development professionals at Celebree Learning Centers describe the components of a nurturing and enriching preschool environment. Preschool is an extremely important period in a child’s development. Structured enrichment is particularly important at this stage in a child’s development…

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What to Look for in A Child Care Center: Toddler

In the second installment of the series, “What to Look for in Quality Child Care,” Celebree Learning Centers highlights the features that a safe and supportive environment for your toddler must have in order to encourage cognitive development, exploration, and a variety of other important growth factors. At this exciting stage, toddlers require a great…

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Winter Health and Safety Tips to Teach Your Child

There are several health and safety factors to consider during the cold winter months. Help your children remain safe while spending an increased amount of time in close quarters and during severe winter weather by teaching them the following practices. Winter presents various health and safety concerns including severe weather conditions, sub-zero temperatures and common…

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