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Teaching Kids More Than One Language

Hello, I am Olivia Weurst. I am a strong supporter of teaching kids more than one language by the end of elementary school. With the world rapidly expanding, kids will need to speak several different languages to reach outside of their communities. Teaching kids just one extra language makes it easier to pick up other forms of speech later on. Kids take to languages quickly while enrolled in immersion programs. These programs mix the use of two languages to allow kids to pick up vocabulary quickly. I hope to explore all of the different language education programs for kids through my site. Parents and teachers can use the information on my site to help their kids expand their worldview and language abilities. Thank you.

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Promoting Your Child's Preschool Success
13 September 2017

Most parents recognize the importance of providing

3 Things to Consider before Enrolling Your Child in a Bilingual Preschool
5 May 2016

Bilingual preschools are becoming more prevalent i

How Daycare Instructors Can Handle Children With Ease
5 May 2016

Teaching young children is certainly a challenge,

Focus On These Things When Shopping For Childcare Software For Your Daycare Center
8 April 2016

As someone who runs a daycare center, there are a

Is Your Child Starting Preschool Next Fall? Now Is The Time To Get Your Child Ready!
20 January 2016

Your child's transition into the local child devel

The 5 Best Parts Of The Child Care Day

Your little one's day at child care is more than crayons and nap time. Whether she spends five hours a week or all five days at daycare, knowing what she does and how it helps her to develop is part of parenting her. While not every center is the same when it comes to the overall program, curriculum, and classroom activities, you may find that some of the best parts of your child's day include: Read More 

6 Questions And Answers About Charter Schools

A charter school is a specialized public school whose oversight is provided by a group or organization under a legislative charter. The charter provides exemptions from some state and local regulations. However, the charter school is required to meet specified standards, or the school's charter can be revoked. Nevertheless, if you are considering a charter school for your child's education, the concept can seem foreign. Here are a few questions and answers to demystify charter schools: Read More 

Tips For Helping Jewish Boys Maintain Traditional Values

In a society where traditional values of all sorts seem to have gone out the window, raising a Jewish boy who will adhere to traditional values isn't easy. Spending time learning about their religion and meeting high standards at the academic level helps, but that isn't all that's required. As a parent of a Jewish boy, you know the challenges; now you just have to find a way to overcome them. Read More 

Biting In Daycare – Why Does It Happen And What Do You Do?

Biting is a common occurrence when you put a group of toddlers together in a child care center. Unfortunately, these little creatures don't have the maturity or ability to grasp that biting is wrong and can injure the kids that they play with. Here, you will find some of the answers that you probably have about biting in daycare. Why do toddlers bite? Toddlers are working to find a release for anger, frustration, and anxiety. Read More 

Tips For Finding The Best Child Care Service

Because most people spend a minimum of 40 hours per week at work, it is important that they make sure that during that time they're at work, their kids are in good hands. The way to do this is to find a licensed and insured child care business that can help you out. You will need to make sure that they look after your child's health and safety, in addition to edifying their mind and making sure that they get plenty of time to move around and be creative. Read More