Sign Language in Early Childhood Education

Sign Language in Early Childhood Education

Sign language is not just for the hearing impaired. There is a great need for sign language in Early Childhood Education. Sign language is a form of communication. By teaching infants and toddlers sign language, we are giving them the ability to communicate far sooner than the timeframe in which...

Teaching Life Skills Through Center Play

Teaching Life Skills Through Center Play

Does your four-year-old know how to sit down in a restaurant and order sushi? Do they know how to take an order? Cash out a purchase? Cook a meal? The odds are the answers to those questions is probably no. At Kidz World, we pride ourselves on teaching life skills through center play. A four-year-old is not going...

The Best of the Parenting Hacks

The Best of the Parenting Hacks

Gena Lee Nolin said, “My children are the reason I laugh, smile and want to get up every morning,” they are also the reason you’re exhausted, losing your hair, and yoga pants your favorite article of clothing. Parenting is the hardest, yet most rewarding job you will ever have....

Science with Infants

Science with Infants

Science is an intimidating subject for many people. Throw that subject in with the word “infants” and people run screaming. Many believe that science is something that can only be taught by highly trained and certified teachers. Those same people believe that science is something that cannot be taught to an...

Benefits of Children Cooking

Benefits of Children Cooking

Do you allow your two-year-old to assist with cooking? If you say “no” … well, you are not alone. I went on a little fact-finding mission recently. Many parents these days said they really don’t cook a whole lot. There is a lot of frozen food going in the microwave...

3 Enriching Hobbies to Expand Your Child’s Horizons

3 Enriching Hobbies to Expand Your Child's Horizons

By: Guest Blogger, Maria Cannon

If you’re like many parents, you worry about overburdening your children. Kids need a chance to be kids, after all, and too many extracurriculars leave both you and your children overworked and overstressed. However, shunning...