1. What to Expect From Our Preschool Child Development Program

    When it comes to a good preschool education, look no further than First Class Child Development to provide your kids with all of the tools they need to succeed. Open for children ages 3-5, our program is specifically designed to keep your kids learning all throughout the day in the way that makes the most sense for kids this age. After all, your children are turning into their own little people wi…Read More

  2. Benefits of Your Child Attending an Early Childhood Center

    Early childhood centers are designed to provide your child with all of the tools that they need to progress throughout their life — we focus on building their foundation. Though this has always been the case, there are still individuals that are hesitant to enroll their child in a childcare center. Today, we are going to touch on a just a few of the ways that enrolling your child in an early chi…Read More

  3. 5 Tips for Adjusting Your Child’s Sleep Schedule As School Starts Again

    It is not uncommon that a family’s sleep schedules will change when the kids are out of school each summer. Since their kiddos don’t have to get up super early, parents tend to get a little more lenient regarding what their child’s proper bedtime is. While this is fine when your kid doesn’t have to head to the classroom each morning, these changes in sleeping schedules can have a lasting i…Read More

  4. How Can Block Play Improve Your Preschoolers Early Math Skills

    How Can Block Play Improve Your Preschoolers Early Math Skills?

    Blocks are one of the first toys that children begin to play with as they age.  Whether they are simply using them to learn the colors of each or stacking them to make miniature towers, children as young as six months love playing with blocks. An added bonus is that new studies are showing that playing with blocks during preschool years can lead to your child being higher achieving in math as far…Read More

  5. Cultivating Your Child’s Natural Curiosity

    Cultivating Your Child’s Natural Curiosity When They Aren’t At School

    As a parent, it’s likely that you have become very familiar with the endless string of questioning that comes from children as soon as they are able to put sentences together. While it can be quite annoying from time to time, this endless stream of questions is an expression of innate curiosity and wonder about the world that they are so new to. Plain and simple, children are curious at their ve…Read More

  6. Does Your Child Need Help With Their Homework?

    As a parent, you want to be able to help your child any time they are struggling with something. While you may think the time to help your child with their homework won’t come until they enter elementary school, you may be wrong. Some schools assign homework as early as kindergarten. Which means your child could need help with homework as early as kindergarten as well. Regardless of when homewor…Read More

  7. Prevent Your Child From Getting Sick this Flu Season

    Flu season has already taken the country by storm and it is very worrisome for parents everywhere, to say the least. While we know it is your goal to keep your child healthy all year long, this time of year tends to be particularly threatening. With that being said, if there are ways to protect your child from this awful illness, you’d want to know what they are. Below you can discover how to st…Read More

  8. Milestones of Language Development In Young Children

    When your little one begins to speak, it’s an incredibly exciting time for both you and your child. On the other hand, many parents, especially first-time parents, begin to become curious about whether or not their child is reaching the right developmental milestones of speech at the right time. The truth is, every single child is a bit different and develops at their own pace, in their own way.…Read More

  9. Simple Tips to Help Your Child Do Better in School

    Now that your child has been in school for a few months, you likely have a good idea as to whether or not your child is doing well. Many children have issues that span across several subjects when they first begin going to school because they simply are not used to the structure and more in the classroom. If you notice that this is the case for your child, know that there is a way for you to help.…Read More

  10. Creating Math Learning Opportunities For Your Child

      One of the subjects that children most often struggle with in school is math. While it would be nice if these struggles subsided after a few years of learning, a lot of the time, troubles with math can follow a child throughout elementary school, middle school, and beyond. In order to guarantee your child’s success in the academic realm, there are different tactics that can be used by parents…Read More