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Tips for Parents Returning Kids to Daycare

Carrier Academy of Learning has remained open throughout the Coronavirus pandemic to provide essential services, but COVID-19 has certainly changed the daycare landscape. While cleanliness and hygiene have always been top priorities, we are now going above and beyond our high standards to meet the State and CDC requirements. With some parents heading back to…

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5 Ways to Keep Young Kids Learning at Home

The Coronavirus has presented us all with unanticipated challenges. With kids out of school, parents are struggling to balance at-home education and their own work obligations. The current economic climate has also prevented some families from continuing childcare services during this time. Despite the circumstances, it’s important to maintain a familiar daily structure. How can…

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Tips to Teach Kids Proper Hygiene Habits

We can all do our part to prevent the spread of germs but it’s especially important that kids are taught how to avoid getting sick. Developing healthy habits early, like thorough handwashing, can help these behaviors become lifelong practices. How can parents teach their kids proper handwashing techniques and general cleanliness to stay safe and…

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6 Positive Tips for Parenting Toddlers

As infants grow older and start to test their limits, toddler tantrums become unavoidable. Parents looking to address behavioral issues and teach their kids the difference between right and wrong should focus on positive techniques, rather than harsh discipline. Encourage Good Behavior When your child is behaving well, express your love with positive reassurances like…

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How to Evaluate After-School Programs

Finding the best fit for after-school care can be a challenge, but it’s worth the research. According to data from the After School Alliance, these programs help children make better decisions, improve their grades and lead to higher graduation rates. As you’re looking around, ask yourself the following questions to help guide your choice. 1….

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