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Where Smart Begins… Educating children ages 1-13 years old Early Learning is: Communication Exploration and Encouragement
Where Smart Begins… Educating children ages 1-13 years old Early Learning is: Communication Exploration and Encouragement

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Empower Your Child’s Confidence in 3 Simple Ways

As a parent, you have the crucial role of empowering your child. When you’ve sensed they feel a little low about themselves, here are three ways you can help them come out of their shell:

- Assure them of your protection whenever you’re outdoors.
- With your guidance, encourage your kid to do things on their own.
- Verbally express your appreciation in whatever they do.

Your words have the power to make your child. While you’re at it, our team at It Takes A Village Toddler and Preschool Center will help you row the boat towards your child’s bright future. #Preschool #Childrens
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3 Tips: How to Help Grandparents Enjoy Their Time with Grandchildren

As new parents, you must have felt relief when your mom calls in to visit and offer help with some chores. Knowing they have had years of parental experience can surely make you leap with joy. But grandparents also have their physical limits. You wouldn’t want them feeling stepped upon of their time and presence. Why not apply these tips to let them enjoy their days with your children?

- Appreciate their presence verbally and in front of the kids.
- Bring them simple treats like a shawl or new sweater.
- Let them decide on how they want to spend time with the kids.

At It Takes A Village Toddler and Preschool Center, we believe in the value of family relationships when it comes to a quality childhood learning. We cheer for every mom and dad who strive to cultivate meaningful time for the kids and their grandparents.

#Children #Preschool #Grandparents
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Tip: Giving your child a choice boosts their self-confidence.

Small decisions can be made by your toddlers. As long as you’re sure their choice will not bring them outright harm, express your support. We’re one with you at It Takes A Village Toddler and Preschool Center in honing your child’s confidence. #SelfConfidence #Children #Tip
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Here's a Toast for you, DAD #FathersDay #Children
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Summer Slide: 3 Tips to Enhance Your Preschooler’s Reading Skills

Have you heard about the summer slide? It’s that learning slide when kids tend to forget what they learned in school because they’re so engrossed with their summer fun. For preschoolers, this could happen with their reading skills. But here are three easy tips to cover the summer slide at home:

Breakfast – read a comic strip together from the morning newspaper.

Lunch – read together a recipe and let your child help out in the meal preparation.

Dinner – have the child read to you a portion of a storybook before bedtime.

Since the time allotted for reading are not that long, you can be sure your child won’t feel deprived of their summer adventures. But these simple exercises can definitely go a long way in nurturing their reading skills. #reading #summer #summerslide
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Are you a father or a dad?

A little girl once was asked to point at his father in the crowd. To this, she answered, “I don’t have a father. I have a Daddy!” Isn’t this what you want to hear from your little girl? Why not spend quality family time with them on Father’s Day? #HappyFathersDay #Inspiration
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Dad, you are your son’s role model.

Just when you thought Father’s Day is all about you, here comes your son bouncing at the hall and asks to play with you. The time you invest with them today mold their image of a man and father they would want to become. Enjoy your quality time with him! #HappyFathersDay #DadTime
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5 Ways Grandfathers Make a Difference in a Grandkid’s Life

What are your fondest memories with your granddad? You can probably count more than what your fingers can afford. If you’re having kids of your own, see to it that they spend time with their grandparents, especially this Father’s Day. You can enjoy lifelong benefits such as the following:

- Your child feeling special because their grandparents call them special names.
- Your child enjoying the sense of family and legacy.
- Your kid learning new skills such as teaching granddad how to use emojis.
- Your tot learning to respect and honor the elderly.
- Your preschooler appreciating the presence of other family members.

Let them enjoy this grandfather-grandkid bonding on Father’s Day. #GrandDads #HappyFathersDay #Bonding
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4 Key Reasons Why Men Are Needed in a Child’s Life

At a time when more fathers have the opportunity to work from home, all the more that a man’s role in a child’s life is highlighted. Consider the following impact you can have on your kid’s overall well-being:

- Kids with involved dads are more likely to perform better in school.
- Children with dads at home feel secured and protected.
- Children who look up to Dads as an authority can easily follow other authority figures.
- Kids with dads often are concerned with their health and learning.

While some kids grow from fatherless homes for good reasons, a father figure can still provide them with a quality of men modeling that their moms can’t give. It’s for this reason that we design father-child bonding activities here at It Takes A Village Toddler and Preschool Center. If you have inquiries about our programs, feel free to reach us out. #preschool #fatherhood
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How involved are you in your kid’s learning?

Our overall aim at It Takes A Village Toddler and Preschool Center is to unwrap your child’s potentials. But your active involvement is their daily dose of motivation to learn some more. Let us partner together in building up your child’s future. #Preschool #KidsLearning #Learn
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