Monthly Archives: August 2019

Pain Relief for Children: When to Use Paracetamol and Ibuprofen

When your child has a fever or is in pain, you may think administering pain relief for children is a good idea. Though paracetamol and ibuprofen appear benign, the wrong dose or frequency can harm your child. A better course of action is to investigate your child’s discomfort first and try more natural methods. Before [...]

2019-12-03T22:25:51+00:00August 27th, 2019|Articles|

Allowing Passion Projects to Shine Through

Do you have a unique passion project? Passion projects or personal projects are usually activities we take on outside our professional sphere to develop our deeper, personal interests. We frequently associate passion-based projects with a hobby as they provide personal enjoyment. Passion projects are not usually associated with things like professional development, or thought of [...]

2019-12-03T22:25:30+00:00August 20th, 2019|Articles|

Celebrating Cultural Diversity in Childcare

Cultural diversity in childcare provides a range of opportunities for children and families to celebrate differences. It's one aspect of diversity, which also embraces differences in gender, disabilities, age, social, and economic backgrounds. Cultural diversity promotes different cultures, racial and ethnic groups within our community. Educators show their respect for diversity by celebrating those differences. [...]

2019-12-03T22:25:03+00:00August 13th, 2019|Articles|

School Readiness Checklist: Find Out if Your Child is Ready for School

School Readiness Checklist: Find Out if Your Child is Ready for School Is your child ready for school? It's that time of the year when parents begin panicking. Your tiny bundle of joy is about to swap their swaddles and wraps for school bags and lunch boxes. Where did the time go? School interviews are [...]

2019-07-30T20:31:37+00:00August 6th, 2019|Articles|