1. First Class Child Development Can Help Develop A Growth Mindset In Your Child

    Being a good parent takes almost of your time and energy. After all, there are so many things you have to do to ensure that your kid is not only healthy but happy. Additionally, you want to make sure that your kid feels as though they are able to increase their knowledge and capabilities throughout life while also implementing the drive to do so. Do you think that this is something you have hardwi…Read More

  2. How A Quality Day Care Can Benefit Your Child

    As much as you and every other parent on the planet would probably like to, you simply cannot stay at home with your child all day long. We know, it’s heartbreaking. However, once you are ready to get back to work it’s inevitable that you must find a childcare provider that you feel comfortable leaving your kid with. This is a very difficult choice for a large number of parents. Plain and simp…Read More

  3. Here’s How You Know When Your Child Is Ready For Kindergarten

    These days, there is a lot of pressure on parents when it comes to choosing the right time for their child to start kindergarten. This can be chalked up to the number of parents who are “redshirting” - the practice of purposefully holding back their child in order to help them to better succeed in their future schooling. This choice is leading to many parents wondering when they really should …Read More

  4. Differences in Childcare Facilities & Home Day Care

    If you are unable to stay with your child throughout the day and are thinking of trying to find a good child care facility for them to attend, first off, let us just say “it’s okay.” We know the guilt that many parents experience when they have to leave their child in the care of someone else and it is completely normal. However, with that in mind, you need to make sure that you are comforta…Read More

  5. Does Talking To Your Baby Make An Impact?

    As an early childhood development center, First Class knows a lot about how to begin giving your child the learning skills he/she will need in the future. While you may think that your child doesn’t truly start developing actual learning skills until preschool begins, you would be mistaken. In fact, it is thought that a child begins building their learning skills before they are even born. This …Read More

  6. Early Education Will Develop STEM Skills

    Preschool is meant to prepare your child for entering kindergarten and kindergarten is designed to prepare you child for grade school. Following this model, every year of schooling should prepare your little one a tiny bit more for what is ahead of them. At our preschool at First Class Child Development, we do all we can to not only improve your child’s early learning skills while they are in th…Read More

  7. Will Your Almost-Kindergartner Be Ready To Read?

    Plain and simple, kindergarten is nothing like it used to be. Whereas a few decades ago, kindergarten was mostly nap times and juice boxes, today the education of children starts as early as, and often before preschool. While children are not necessarily expected to know how to read and write when they show up for their first day of school, there are some skills that you can prepare your child wit…Read More

  8. Should Your Preschooler Be Learning A Second Language?

    At First Class Child Development, we pride ourselves on being able to provide the children at our facility with the very best education possible. This means knowing what the very best methods for teaching our students are. One of the most popular topics of conversation in the educational realm over the last decade or so, revolves around when children should start being introduced to a second langu…Read More

  9. Biting and Other Undesirable Behavior From Your Toddler

    Toddlers are not always the easiest to deal with. After all, they are just becoming conscious of the decisions they are making and do not really know what adult rules and expectations for appropriate behavior are. With very little impulse control, this can lead to your toddler acting out in various ways such as hitting, biting, or refusal to do what you are asking of them. This can be extremely fr…Read More

  10. A School Environment Can Greatly Benefit Your Child’s Language Skills

    If you are a parent, you know by now the sheer amount of work that goes into making sure your child has all of his/her needs met on a daily basis. While you are likely doing a phenomenal job providing for their basic needs, you may not realize that children have cognitive needs as well that can cause them to become more intelligent, well-rounded people. Promoting the use of verbal communication is…Read More