Updated Safe Sleep Guidelines for Babies from the American Academy of Pediatrics
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has released updates to its guidelines for safe sleep for infants. As in the 2016 guidelines, infants should always sleep in a crib or […]
Why Choose a 5 Day Early Childhood Program?
Choosing an early childhood program for your child can seem daunting and amongst those decisions is how many days to enroll. If your work schedule doesn’t require 5 days, why […]
What Does Accreditation Mean for Early Childhood Education Programs?
Natick has 19 licensed early childhood programs, but only 3 of those are accredited by the NAEYC Did you know that there are 19 licensed early childhood programs located in […]
What’s Happening in Preschool?
Check our what’s happening in our Preschool 1 class this January. The children are excited that the theme is “Winter Wonderland” – they have been talking about winter, and they […]
How to Make Drop-Off Easier for You and Your Child
Whether you are starting a new school or transitioning your child to a new classroom, every parent wants drop-off time to be a positive experience. After welcoming thousands of young […]
Teaching Your Child Resilience
What do you say when your child says, This is too hard? Part of growing is learning how to rise to a challenge, overcoming adversity at times, to get something […]
Tips for Summer Learning with Your Children
For many parents, summer brings both excitement & trepidation: Excitement about more free time with your family, vacation, and less-scheduled days; but also some worries about the ‘summer slide’ and how […]
How a Small School Helps Children Learn
Having worked at Tobin for many years, I see the many advantages of our small, private setting each and every day! That’s why I’d like to share an article by […]
What to Look for When Choosing a Preschool Program
At the start of the school year, advice for parents is everywhere, especially when it comes to deciding on a Preschool for your child. It can be a lot to […]