5 Essential Skills Your Child Should Learn in Preschool

Posted on: 23 January 2019
Preschool plays a vital role in your child's life as it prepares them for formal schooling. Below are essential skills that your child should learn in preschool, which ensure that they have an easy time transitioning into kindergarten.  Independence  The preschool environment is entirely different from the home environment. At school, your child does not have anyone to feed, clothe, and even take him or her to the toilet. The child adjusts by acknowledging that they must make some decisions without the help of parents or the daycare provider.
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3 Reasons to Hire a Nanny Before You Move House

Posted on: 28 September 2018
If you've been thinking of hiring a nanny to look after your children but you're planning on moving to a new home, you may think it's best to look into nannies once you're already settled in your new location. However, there are actually many benefits to contacting a nanny agency before you move. Here are 3 ways a nanny can help your family through the relocation process. She Can Recommend Schools and Clubs
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Tips on Hiring the Right Carer for Your Child

Posted on: 26 September 2018
Most parents prefer to take care of their children on their own. However, when you have to hire someone to take care of your child due to unavoidable circumstances, you need to ensure that you have engaged the right individual. Below are some tips to ensure you have hired the right carer for your child. Get an experienced carer Finding a child carer is not as hard as finding an experienced one.
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3 Reasons Why You Should Choose a Day Care With a Great Outdoor Play Area

Posted on: 12 September 2018
When it comes to choosing a daycare that will benefit your child as much as it benefits you, it's important to look for facilities that encourage healthy development. One essential you should put on your checklist is a safe and sizeable outdoor area for your little one to run around and play in—here are three reasons why. 1. Outdoor Play Encourages Fitness  While your little one won't be heading to the gym—or even P.
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