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Give Messy Art to Your Child!

January 10, 2023

As a parent, hearing the word messy may be scary. You may be saying no to yourself as you read this. It is understandable because even for the teachers.

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Ways to Defuse a Child’s Tantrum in Public 

December 13, 2022

We’ve all been there, haven’t we? You made a grocery list, you talked to your child about what to expect at the market, and now both of you are.

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How Child Care Teaches Your Kid Resilience

November 3, 2022

A high-quality child care centre is a positive part of your child’s development. Every day, we watch in awe and admiration as one of the children under our care.

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Your One-Year-Old is Learning to Talk and Read at Choo Choo Train

October 7, 2022

Yup, your one-year-old is that amazing. Read on to understand how it’s happening. Talking  What children are doing: Most children say their first recognizable words around their first birthday..

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A Parent’s Story: I Felt Guilty

September 2, 2022

I felt guilty to send my second daughter to daycare. When I had my first one, I was studying part-time and took care of her on my own. Now.

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Your One-Year-Old is Learning Math and Science

August 4, 2022

You may find it hard to believe but it’s true. Your one-year-old is already learning math and science. We highly encourage you to share this article with your spouse,.

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Help Toddlers Learn to Share

July 5, 2022

Are you a parent of siblings who wants to teach your kids to share their toys? Or are you a parent of an only child who wants to teach.

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Parent-Teacher Communication at Child Care

June 3, 2022

“What happened at daycare today? Did my son have a good day? What skills is he working on that I could reinforce at home?” These are some questions we.

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A Parent’s Confession and Apology: I’m Sorry My Toddler Bites in School

May 10, 2022

During pick-up at Choo Choo Train a few days ago, I was told that my toddler daughter had bitten another child. It broke my heart. The teacher had reassured.

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How to Ease the Stress of Daycare Pick-Ups

April 5, 2022

Has your child been throwing fits during pick-up at school? We know it’s hard to deal with the battle after your long workday. We are here to tell you.

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Why Young Children Are Grouped According to Their Age in Choo Choo Train

March 1, 2022

In early childhood education, grouping refers to the ways young children are organized for play, learning, and instruction. Grouping aims to provide effective environments and interpersonal experiences to support.

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Covid-19 Statement

February 15, 2022

If someone is exposed to COVID-19 or tests positive, we will be transparent to you about it. Here is the procedure: If Someone is Exposed to COVID-19 We will.

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