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3 Martin Luther King Jr. Values We Strive to Instill In Your Children 
 
In honor and remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr., Tender Years Childcare strives to instill the values presented by King to your children. We strive to teach your little ones these values, not just during Martin Luther King Jr. Day, but throughout their entire stay with us:
 
Education. “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character — that is the goal of true education.”
We teach your children about the importance of education. We teach them to work hard in school and to do their best in all their endeavors. 
 
Equality. “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” 
We want your young ones to learn the importance of equality and that they should treat people the way that they want to be treated. 
 
Hope. “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.”
Even if you want to prevent it, as they grow up, your little ones may experience struggles and difficulties. In order to prepare them, we teach them about the value of never losing hope. 
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A Reminder for Parents This Winter 

As your child gets home from Tender Years Childcare, make sure to remove their wet clothing and boots immediately. Ensure that they are warm and dry. This will reduce their chances of getting sick and will allow them to continue going to day care or preschool. #winterishere
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Keep Your Child Warm This Winter

Winter is here! Here’s a tip for parents: Make sure to adjust winter clothes according to your child’s needs. As much as possible, dress your children in one more layer of clothing than an adult would wear in similar conditions. This is to ensure that they stay warm. #wintertips
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How to Keep Your Child Healthy This Winter: 4 Indispensable Tips to Remember
 
With winter comes the cold and flu season as well. In order to keep your children healthy and safe this winter, here are some tips from Tender Years Childcare:

Educate them about proper sneezing etiquette. Majority of children just sneeze all over everything. In order to help prevent the spread of potentially harmful germs to the people around them, teach them to sneeze into their elbows or into a handkerchief. 

Dress warmly. Make sure that your children are dressed appropriately for the cold weather. Hats, gloves, jackets, scarfs, and boots are all important clothing items that can help protect them from the elements. 

Sleep. While sleeping, your body heals and repairs itself. Make sure that your child gets enough sleep, particularly during winter to help boost their immune system this flu season. 

Wash hands regularly. It may sound simple, but regular hand washing is one of the most effective ways to get rid of cold and flu bugs. Make sure to teach your children regular hand washing using warm water and soap before and after meals, after playtime, and as soon as they come home from daycare or somewhere else. 
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Life’s Most Persistent and Urgent Question: Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.

As we observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we remember his legendary leadership with one of his powerful quotes, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’”

At Tender Years Childcare, our response to this question is dedicating ourselves to taking care and educating the children of today, to help them grow up to be exceptional people of tomorrow. #martinlutherkingjr
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Announcement:

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we will be closed on Monday, January 15. Let’s take this time to celebrate the achievements and life of Martin Luther King Jr. On this day, let’s honor and remember his famous speech, “I Have a Dream”. #MartinLutherKingJr
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Awesome Tips to Help Your Child Adjust to School

The first few days of your children at school often involves some crying, screaming, and perhaps tummy aches. Anxiety can hit them during this situation which affects their body and leads to an upset stomach. Kids often need help to adjust to the start of school. Below are some helpful tips:

Help Them Learn to Bond with Others

At school, your children need to learn to bond with their teacher and other children. This helps them feel connected and belonged. Their teacher serves as your best buddy in terms of helping your child create this bond.

Let them Understand the Normalcy of their Anxiety

Your child will have worries about you being gone while they are at school. Explain to them that it is normal to feel a little anxious about a new situation and that they can trust their teacher. Emphasize that while you have to part ways for a while, they will have fun at school and they can always contact you.

We will work with you in helping your child easily adjust to school. Call us at 718-829-3067.
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Outdoor Play Activities for Children

The outdoors presents a changing nature which makes it a stimulating place to play. It helps your kids learn and gain experiences through their senses. Did you know that kids who take part in outdoor activities are able to learn to overcome their fears? Outdoor activities also help kids stay physically active. #outdooractivitiesforkids
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Exploring Science

Are you getting the idea that you have an Einstein in the making in your house? It’s great! Your children can benefit from our science experiments along with other activities made for their development. #childcare #science
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What To Store in the Bag of a Day Care Learner #childcare #daycare
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