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  • Basic Spanish Words for preschooler

    Basic Spanish Words for Preschoolers

    Since preschoolers develop language skills naturally, it is a great time to expose them to multiple languages.  In-fact, it is actually easier for children under the age of six to understand and even master multiple languages than it is for older children and adults. Incorporating these basic Spanish words into your daily routine with your […]

  • Woodland Hills Infant Care Teacher

    Ms. Lori 06/02/15

    I’ve always wanted to be a teacher. When I’m with children I feel happy & excited.  I love participating and guiding children in their development. Early Childhood Development Credential, CPR & First Aid Certified I have my Early Childhood Development Credential and I am CPR & First Aid certified. I have been working with children since 2010. […]

  • Ms. Stephanie love teaching

    Ms. Stephanie 5/18/15

    Even though I’m the teacher I learn something new from children everyday. I love to see their happy faces when they discover something new or master a skill. Early Childhood Development Credential, CPR & First Aid Certified I have my Early Childhood Development Credential and I am CPR & First Aid certified. I have been working with children since […]

  • Turn Off That Screen!

    Limit Screen Time for your Children Children over two years old should spend no more than 1 to 2 hours a day on screen media of any kind. Children under two should not use screen media at all. Excessive exposure of children to screen media is associated with impaired childhood development and childhood obesity. Most children […]

  • Dressing up is fun for boys

    He’s wearing a dress!!!

    Why does he love to dress like a girl? Same reason he loves to dress up like a superhero. Are you concerned when your preschool age son dresses up like a girl or your daughter paints on a mustache? Preschool children love to dress-up and pretend. Don’t’ stifle it. Let them go! Opposite gender dress-up […]

  • 5210 rule What is it?

    Do you know the 5-2-1-0 rule?

    The 5-2-1-0 rule says we should am for: 5 or more fruits and vegetables. A diet rich in fruits and vegetables provides vitamins and minerals, important for supporting growth and development and for optimal immune function in children. High daily intakes of fruits and vegetables among adults are associated with lower rates of chronic diseases […]

  • I love teaching

    Ms. Erica 03/02/15

    Every day is a special adventure when teaching children. There is always something new to do and learn.  Early Childhood Development Credential, CPR & First Aid Certified I have my Early Childhood Development Credential and I am CPR & First Aid certified. I have been working with children since 2011. A little bit about me… I’m a […]

  • Have your child’s toys been recalled?

      Make sure your child is playing with safe toys and sleeping safely. We all want our preschool children to be as safe as possible. Sometimes a toy, bed or crib we think is perfectly safe just isn’t. Safety recalls happen just about every day. Keep your infants, toddlers and preschoolers safe by registering your […]

  • Do you know the truth about Vaccines?

    Some things you read on the internet are SCARY! The internet is full of false and misleading websites and stories about vaccines & immunizations that can scare newbie parents into acting irresponsibly. Friends can have even scarier stories when they tell parents they know someone, who knows someone else, who knows someone else who heard that […]