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December 16, 2018     Category: Parental Expectations

How often do you find yourself giving vague instructions to your kids —  “Stop that”, “Clean this up”, “Be nice to your sister”, “I told you to stop it. ” usually with little effect? It seems children often seek to do exactly the opposite of what their parents tell them, whether because of distractions or just old-fashioned disobedience. But children misbehave for other reasons, too. Their parents may not have expressed their expectations clearly enough — or they’ve fallen into a pattern of in...

February 17, 2018     Category: Preschool

Choosing full-time or part-time childcare, preschool or early learning center for your child is both an exciting and scary prospect.Keep in mind that space is often limited with your preschool choices, so it's is wise to start your research early.How can you tell if a preschool is the right one when your child hasn’t been to school before? And what daycare center is good, if your kid can’t really express himself well?Even if you have conflicting opinions about whether you want socialization opportunities, a good educational foundation or si...

October 26, 2017     Category: Behavior

Does Your Child Struggle With Perfectionism?It can be quite a challenge dealing with a child who struggles with perfectionism.There's no denying at T's Learning Centers we think all our toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartener's are perfect, in the 'apple-of-our-eye' kind of way; however, we don't expect perfectionism from them.Perfectionism is “a disposition to regard anything short of perfection as unacceptable,” but the word carries more significance in our achievement-obsessed culture. Perfection really does not exist – it is r...

September 01, 2017     Category: ReadingEducation

5 Benefits of Reading Aloud to Your ChildReading aloud together is a great habit for you and your child to form!Fall brings a new set of challenges with the changing weather: children go back to school, the pace of life often speeds up at home, and parents may find themselves much busier than they were during the short summer months. As schedules are made and routines formed, it’s important to remember that learning should not end in when daycare, preschool or the classroom day ends. One very effective way to ensure that education c...

May 22, 2017     Category: Parents

There’s a good chance you are reading this and are experiencing ‘parent guilt’ at this exact moment.It’s a feeling felt far too often and not easy to let go of. Guilt gnaws at us during times of quiet and is our unwanted companion as we retire for the night and rise for the day. It confuses and makes us feel insecure as parents, and as people in general. It fosters anger and blame and can cast dark shadows. The moment we become parents we come to the realization that all you do or don’t do, succeed at or fail at with your childre...