If you’re worried about chemicals found in insect repellents but want to prevent mosquito bites on your toddler or baby, try these natural solutions instead!
As COVID-19 continues to be a concern, it’s more important than ever that everyone wear a mask. While adults and older children have been wearing masks for several months, now it’s recommended that younger children wear them, too. We know it may seem tricky, so we’re sharing a few ways to get preschoolers to wear […]
It’s January – the holidays are over, the weather is cold and gray, and your kids are going a bit stir-crazy. While you may be tempted to hand over the tablet or turn on a movie, our preschool in Raleigh has curated a list of three fun, simple winter activities for preschoolers that will help […]
The overwhelming majority of people in North Carolina speak English as the primary language. However, around 7 percent of the population speak Spanish as the primary language, and even more households are bilingual. As our state and nation become more diverse, knowing Spanish offers more opportunities in a career, to travel, and to simply make […]
Your child is starting preschool soon, and both of you are excited! You know they’ll learn new things and develop new skills, and they’re excited to meet other kids and go to school like the big kids. Even though your child is excited, it’s okay to be a bit nervous or apprehensive about starting, especially […]
One of the first lessons in safety we, as parents and caregivers, try to instill is how to be safe around cars. This means looking both ways, following crosswalk signals, and staying far from the curb while holding an adult’s hand. But there is always the fear that a child will run out into the […]
One of the biggest concerns parents face is whether or not their child is getting the right amount of sleep. From trying to get a baby down for a nap to determining when it’s time for a preschooler to stop napping during the day, to what time is best for bedtime, we know how much […]
As stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19 continue through April and into May, we know how hard this is on you as parents and also how hard this is for your kids. They may not understand what a pandemic is exactly or what quarantine means, but they definitely know that right now is strange, to say […]