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What Should My Child Know Before Starting Pre-K?

Even if your child has been enrolled in preschool for years, starting Pre-K is still a very big deal for everyone involved. You as a parent want to make sure that your child has the necessary skills to begin school with other children their age. The knowledge a preschooler needs to have before starting Pre-K […]

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Picking The Right Daycare For Your Child

If you are considering sending your child to daycare, there is a lot to take into consideration before making your decision. If finding the best daycare in Greenville NC is your top priority then you’ve come to the right place! Children’s World Learning Center has multiple five-star child care centers located in Greenville, NC that […]

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How to Choose the Right Swim Lessons for Your Child

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the best time for children to start swim lessons is between the ages of 1 to 4. Children develop emotional maturity, physical and developmental abilities, and limitations at different rates. Children’s World Learning Center believes parents and their pediatricians can best determine the age children should begin […]

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Toddler Water Safety

Whether it is the pool, beach, lake, or even a pond in your neighborhood, water safety is important for all ages, especially toddlers. Children’s World Learning Center’s demographic of children, ages one to four, tend to have a higher drowning risk than any other age group. Toddlers can drown in as little an inch or […]

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Fun Home Activities for Kids 

Children have been home since stay-at-home orders and quarantine have been enforced. But now that school is out, so is all the work and entertainment that comes with it. Trying to keep the kids entertained while working from home is also a challenge. Children’s World Learning Center is a kid’s place learning center that is […]

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How to Keep Your Toddler Safe During COVID-19

According to the CDC, parents and caretakers play an important role in teaching children everyday preventive actions. The first and most important action to take is teaching proper handwashing skills. Hands should be washed frequently and always before eating. A tip for hand washing for at least 20 seconds is to sing the ABCs or […]

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Reading Guide for Babies

Reading to babies is great for language development as it exposes them to sounds and rhythms of speech. A study at Brown University School of Medicine in Providence, Rhode Island found that 18- to 25-month-olds whose parents said they read to them regularly for a year could say and understand more words than those whose […]

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Encouraging Independent Play

There comes a time in the day when perhaps you just need to get a few things done, but your child is following you around at the heels. When you ask them to go play for a little while, they don’t quite know what to do. Why does this happen? Since parents often teach their […]

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Toddlers and Separation Anxiety

Many parents of toddlers have experienced the struggle that often comes along with leaving your child at daycare. As a child grows attached to their mother or father, they view daycare as a huge separation. There is no need to be alarmed; this is a normal response from toddlers who feel securely attached to their […]

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The Secret to Two-Year-Old Child Care

When it comes to two-year-olds, it is like speaking a foreign language. If you tell them to do one thing, they will probably do the opposite. With that being said, it is important to find ways to encourage them to cooperate while allowing them to do things for themselves. Here are some tips for two-year-old […]

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