The COVID-19 outbreak is a rapidly evolving situation for many individuals, and parents of school-aged children are no exception. Beyond top-of-mind health and safety concerns, parents also have to think about important areas like school and daycare, and how such programs will be impacted by virus spread safety methods and related themes. At Lit’l Scholars
For many parents, cabin fever and the need to keep children entertained while stuck inside are occasional issues that mostly crop up during winter snow periods. But during society’s recent reckoning with the coronavirus outbreak and resulting cases of COVID-19, this theme has been extended to numerous families as businesses, schools and numerous other public
In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the specific value found in outdoor and nature time for children during their younger years. The ability to run and play freely is just one of many specific positives that come with designated outdoor time for children, and there are also many
At Lit’l Scholars Learning Centers, every one of our child care programs includes a significant amount of outdoor activity. From preschool and afterschool care to our summer camp programs and everything in between, we ensure your kids get plenty of time to enjoy and explore the great outdoors while getting valuable exercise in the process.
Parents of young children are always naturally concerned with their health and well-being, and one important area here for many children is allergies. In particular, food allergies are on a continuous rise in the United States for children and adults alike, increasing by around 50% over the last 20 years. At Lit’l Scholars Learning Centers,
Wondering what type of child care center is best for your little one? For several reasons, educators recommend choosing one that offers a play-based curriculum. Playing might not seem all that important, but when kids play, they develop the skills they need to succeed in life. Here are five ways a play-based curriculum – like