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  • Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine December 2017

    Oh, the hustle and bustle of December! Another year is coming to a close—but what excitement this final month contains! Between school plays and office parties, why not take a little time to yourself to catch up on ... Read More

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine December 2017

    Oh, the hustle and bustle of December! Another year is coming to a close—but what excitement this final month contains! Between school plays and office parties, why not take a little time to yourself to catch up on our final issue of the year? If you had a chance to read “What’s the Rush?” last month, the second part of that article can be found in this issue. We also added some goodies about encouraging your children through creative play and ways you can give your children the gift of time this holiday season. After all, those toys won’t last as long as the memories your create together! Happy Holidays, and enjoy the read!

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  • Cold Weather Crafts for Preschoolers

    It’s holiday season, and you know what that means—snow, bells, sleighs, reindeer, and more! Whether you live in a snowy state or one that stays hot all year round, you can turn your home into a winter wonderland by getting crafty. Spark your preschooler’s creative side and spend the day trying these fun crafts that will get your children into the holiday spirit.... Read More

    It’s holiday season, and you know what that means—snow, bells, sleighs, reindeer, and more! Whether you live in a snowy state or one that stays hot all year round, you can turn your home into a winter wonderland by getting crafty. Spark your preschooler’s creative side and spend the day trying these fun crafts that will get your children into the holiday spirit.

    Paper Snowflakes

    A classic winter craft, all this requires is paper and scissors. Have your kiddo fold a square piece of paper into smaller triangles until you have a good-sized triangle that you can still cut through. Cut shapes into your triangle—just don’t cut the inner-most corner of your triangle, or it’ll fall apart! You can get extra creative with these by using bright colored paper, or having your preschoolers color and add sparkles or anything they want before folding and cutting. Just make sure everything is dry first and always use child-safe scissors!

    Gingerbread House

    This craft is fun for the whole family—and you get to eat it, too! Many stores sell gingerbread house kits with the design already cut into gingerbread pieces along with icing, gum drops, peppermint, and anything else you could imagine needing to make a beautiful gingerbread house. If you love to bake, you can of course make everything in your own kitchen and extend the fun!

    Fluffy Snowmen

    With some cotton balls and creativity, you don’t need snow to build snowmen! Glue cotton balls onto construction paper to form the snowmen—you can pull the cotton balls apart to get wispier snowmen or keep the whole thing intact for fat, squishy creations. Your little ones can then cut out or draw a top hat, a carrot nose, and anything else they want their snowmen to wear—the possibilities are endless! Hang your preschooler’s creations on the fridge for all to admire.

    Homemade Ornaments

    Your little ones can design their own ornaments to hang on the tree this year! A great idea for children of all ages is a popsicle stick snowflake. Use glitter glue to cover the popsicle sticks entirely in your child’s favorite color, and once they’re dry, glue them into the shape of a snowflake You can get as simple or intricate as you want with your design—either way, it’ll look beautiful on your tree once you attach some yarn or string to hold it. Have your preschooler sign and date the back of their ornament to keep the memories sweet for years to come.

    Winter is a time of endless fun for children of all ages, and the magic doesn’t have to stop when you spend the day indoors. With a little creativity (and a lot of glitter) your preschooler will never run out of fun winter crafts this December.

    Want to learn more about Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City Constellation located in League City, Texas? Our mission is to provide secure, nurturing, and educational environments for children ages 6 weeks – 12 years. We help children to bloom into responsible, considerate, and contributing members of society. For more information, give us a call or stop by for a tour! We’d love to get to know you and your family. 

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  • Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine November 2017

    It is November! The holiday season is officially upon us! We hope that during the hustle and bustle, family and friends, and love and laughter, you will take a quiet minute to read up on ... Read More

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine November 2017

    It is November! The holiday season is officially upon us! We hope that during the hustle and bustle, family and friends, and love and laughter, you will take a quiet minute to read up on our latest issue. We have some great articles for you about rushing through milestones and the importance (and benefits) of family traditions. We even threw in a list of tips to help you ignite your child’s love of learning! We hope you enjoy the read!

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  • Thanksgiving: The Preschool Version

    Retelling the story of Thanksgiving to your child is a fun, yet an understandably intimidating task! Whether your preschooler loves animation and creativity, or a “keep it simple” type, these are four basic guidelines to follow when paving the way through ... Read More

    Retelling the story of Thanksgiving to your child is a fun, yet an understandably intimidating task! Whether your preschooler loves animation and creativity, or a “keep it simple” type, these are four basic guidelines to follow when paving the way through the story of Thanksgiving!

    Feel like you can’t exactly get the point across yourself? Putting a variety of sources to use is highly recommended- there are wonderful movies, picture books, and other materials to use when teaching your child about this festive holiday- don’t get discouraged!

    As for the preschooler-friendly breakdown, here it goes:

    1. When the Pilgrims came to America, they worked hard to make a life for themselves. Hard work was important to the Pilgrims, and should be important to your child! Take these life lessons and put ‘em to good use.

    2. They planted food, met the Native Americans, and when the harvest came, they celebrated. Simplicity is always good. A confusing story leads to a confused child.

    3. The Pilgrims celebrated their hard work and new friendships. By including relatable relationships, your child might better understand the interactions between the Pilgrims and the Native Americans.

    4. The Pilgrims gave thanks for what they had. Three words: gratitude is important. Everyone has something to be thankful for!

    No matter how you tell it- whether it be on the first day of November, or a reenactment with full costumes on Thanksgiving Day itself- make it your family’s own! No two stories need to be exactly the same. The Pilgrims were brave and thankful. You should be too!

    Want to learn more about Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City Constellation located in League City, Texas? Our mission is to provide secure, nurturing, and educational environments for children ages 6 weeks – 12 years. We help children to bloom into responsible, considerate, and contributing members of society. For more information, give us a call or stop by for a tour! We’d love to get to know you and your family. 

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  • Spooky Movies and Books for Preschoolers

    Everyone has a favorite Halloween movie—it’s time to share this love with your preschooler and help them find their favorite as well. Pop some popcorn, grab some candy corn, and enjoy some time with your little one with these spooky stories.MoviesIt’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!Children love Charlie Brown, and your child will love “The Great Pumpkin”. This movie has everything—trick-or-treating, candy, music, and even the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!Casper the Friendly ... Read More

    Everyone has a favorite Halloween movie—it’s time to share this love with your preschooler and help them find their favorite as well. Pop some popcorn, grab some candy corn, and enjoy some time with your little one with these spooky stories.

    Movies

    It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!

    Children love Charlie Brown, and your child will love “The Great Pumpkin”. This movie has everything—trick-or-treating, candy, music, and even the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!

    Casper the Friendly Ghost

    The Casper movies are a fun option for a Halloween movie marathon! Your preschoolers will feel like Casper is their new best friend and want to go with him on all his spooky adventures.

    Halloweentown

    A hit from way back in 1998, Halloweentown will have your kiddos wishing they could go to Halloweentown and unlock their magical powers. This Disney movie is sure to thrill children of all ages.

    Books

    Room on the Broom

    Translated into 21 languages and winner of 6 book awards, Room on the Broom will enthrall your preschoolers and have them all wanting to dress up like this kind witch for Halloween.

    Peppa’s Halloween Party

    If your children love Peppa Pig, they’ll absolutely adore Peppa’s Halloween Party. A great option to read at your own Halloween party, this story about Halloween fun with family and friends will make your Halloween even better.

    The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

    A true Halloween classic, this book with its interactive sounds and poetic storytelling will captivate your children and inspire them not to be afraid of anything—even on Halloween!

    It’s Pumpkin Day, Mouse

    Your littlest readers will enjoy following Mouse (from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie) on his Pumpkin Day adventure! Your kids will love seeing the different faces carved into the pumpkins! They can even brush up on some counting while they are at it! What kind of pumpkins will Mouse make?

    Happy Halloween, Little Critter

    Let’s not forget about our good friend, Little Critter! If you have little ones in your home, chances are, you’ve read a few of Little Critter’s adventures together! If you haven’t, now is a good time to introduce him to your kids! Happy Halloween, Little Critter will take you inside Little Critter’s world for a haunted Halloween party! Ready for the best part? It’s a “lift the flap” book, full of unexpected surprises!

    Want to learn more about Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City Constellation located in League City, Texas? Our mission is to provide secure, nurturing, and educational environments for children ages 6 weeks – 12 years. We help children to bloom into responsible, considerate, and contributing members of society. For more information, give us a call or stop by for a tour! We’d love to get to know you and your family. 

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  • Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine October 2017

    Fall is in the air! The leaves are changing, the temperatures are slowly dropping, and pumpkins are everywhere! Grab a mug of apple cider and a cozy blanket while you take a look at wha... Read More

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine October 2017

    Fall is in the air! The leaves are changing, the temperatures are slowly dropping, and pumpkins are everywhere! Grab a mug of apple cider and a cozy blanket while you take a look at what we've put together for you this month! (If it’s still sweltering hot where you live, we are sorry—just ignore the previous sentence!) We know you will enjoy reading through our list of family friendly Halloween activities! And, you can find out why it is important for your child to play alone sometimes (which means you get some alone time as well)! 

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  • Hurricane Harvey & Helping Your Child Cope With Natural Disasters

    Hurricane Harvey & Helping Your Child Cope With Natural Disasters On August 25th, Hurricane Harvey made landfall along the Texas coast, bringing powerful winds and heavy rainfall wi... Read More

    This 'Sesame Street' episode can help you talk to your kids about Harvey

    Hurricane Harvey & Helping Your Child Cope With Natural Disasters

    On August 25th, Hurricane Harvey made landfall along the Texas coast, bringing powerful winds and heavy rainfall with it. After days of non-stop rain, Houston and many other regions were left in shambles, forcing hundreds of thousands of people to walk away from what was once their home. While this devastation undoubtedly affects many people’s jobs, daily routines, and mental health, it is important to remember that children are affected as well.

    It can be difficult for young children to grasp natural disasters and why and how they occur. Children cope with events such as this differently depending on their age, but they are all susceptible to its negative impact. Whether your child was directly impacted by Hurricane Harvey or not, these tips for coping with natural disasters are sure to help your family move forward no matter what you face in the future.

    Talk About It

    One of the best ways to help your child process what has happened is by discussing the events that have occurred. Explain the disaster in logical terms so your child can fully understand why or how things have changed. Most importantly, allow your child to express his or her emotions about what has taken place, and listen to their worries or fears. By creating a safe space for your child to share their feelings, they will be less likely to bottle up or hold onto any negative emotions. A wonderful resource on how to discuss natural disasters with children can be found in this Sesame Street episode, where Big Bird’s friends help him rebuild his nest after a storm.

    Maintain A Routine

    Your child can hold onto a sense of normalcy by maintaining their typical routine in whatever way possible. Try to stick with their normal bed/wake up time in order to ensure they’re getting enough sleep. Allow them time to learn and play, and stick with any rules you would enforce on a daily basis. Many parents feel the need to coddle children in the midst of a disaster, but sticking to a routine can provide a sense of safety and security.

    Be Patient

    Remember – each child processes natural disasters differently. While one child may appear totally unaffected, another could display symptoms of anxiety or even depression. Be patient as your little one copes with how their life has changed, and know that it could take weeks, months, or even years for them to fully recover. Love, comfort, and patience go a long way when helping your child move past a difficult time.

    Would you like to help Kids ‘R’ Kids employees who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey? Simply visit our  GoFundMe link and make a donation. It is our hope to raise $100,000 or more for all staff members and teachers whose homes, families, and livelihood have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

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  • Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine September 2017

    Back to school! New classes, new teachers, new friends…new magazine! Take a break from your back to school routine and browse our new issue! We’ve got some tips to help all of you parents t... Read More

    September 2017 Magazine

    Back to school! New classes, new teachers, new friends…new magazine! Take a break from your back to school routine and browse our new issue! We’ve got some tips to help all of you parents to get your children to practice their musical instruments and some insight for you on teaching your child to learn through failure. These articles will be worth the read!

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  • Macaroni Kid Article

    We have published a new article on the Macaroni Kid website... Read More

    Back to School at Kids R Kids

    We have published a new article on the Macaroni Kid website! 

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  • International Literacy Day and Preschoolers

    Curling up with a favorite book often serves as a go-to when it comes to a bedtime routine with your preschooler, but for so many children and parents around the world, reading a good book together is not an option. More than 700 million adults cannot read or write and around 100 million children lack access to a quality education. Learning about literacy with your prescho... Read More

    Curling up with a favorite book often serves as a go-to when it comes to a bedtime routine with your preschooler, but for so many children and parents around the world, reading a good book together is not an option. More than 700 million adults cannot read or write and around 100 million children lack access to a quality education. Learning about literacy with your preschooler can help to highlight the importance of this worldwide need!

    International Literacy Day

    Established by UNESCO in 1965 and celebrated in several countries around the world on September 8, International Literacy Day draws attention to the importance of global literacy and accessible education, regardless of a person's age. The commemorative holiday is often celebrated with events at local libraries and area schools, as well as by regional and national organizations.

    Literacy Activities with Your Preschooler

    You can celebrate International Literacy Day with your preschooler by participating in literacy activities together.

    ~Pay a visit to your local library or take a walk around the neighborhood to a Little Free Library. Pick out a few books that you can read together and then talk about the power of literacy to bring imaginative worlds alive!

    ~Spend time with Grandma and Grandpa, or perhaps arrange a visit to a local nursing home, and take time to read aloud from a favorite book. Your little one will be excited for the opportunity to share a beloved story, and the older person will be blessed by the time too!

    ~Donate to a local charity that supports global literacy or education, and talk with your preschooler about how your donation makes it possible for children in other parts of the world to go to school and to learn. You can imagine together what a school day might be like for these children!


    Want to learn more about Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City Constellation located in League City, Texas? Our mission is to provide secure, nurturing, and educational environments for children ages 6 weeks – 12 years. We help children to bloom into responsible, considerate, and contributing members of society. For more information, give us a call or stop by for a tour! We’d love to get to know you and your family. 

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  • Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine August 2017

    The summer is winding down, and school time is just around the corner! We’ve published one more magazine for you to enjoy before you trade in your bathing suits for backpacks! In thi... Read More

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine August 2017

    The summer is winding down, and school time is just around the corner! We’ve published one more magazine for you to enjoy before you trade in your bathing suits for backpacks! In this issue you will learn how to identify symptoms of Sensory Processing Disorder, and how you can help a child struggling with it. You will also find an article on developing communication skills and emotional intelligence in your child.

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  • Acclimating Your Preschooler to a New Class

    With first day jitters, making new friends, and meeting their teacher, preschoolers can feel a little overwhelmed when starting pre-k for the first time. Luckily, there are many great ways to help acclimate your child to a new class and make him feel right at home. Try one of these ideas to help your little one get ready for his first day!Back to school teac... Read More

    With first day jitters, making new friends, and meeting their teacher, preschoolers can feel a little overwhelmed when starting pre-k for the first time. Luckily, there are many great ways to help acclimate your child to a new class and make him feel right at home. Try one of these ideas to help your little one get ready for his first day!

    Back to school teacher gifts

    As both an authority figure and an unfamiliar face, sometimes the teacher can be the most intimidating part of a new classroom for a child. Help them get acquainted by having your child pick out a back to school gift for his teacher. He can write a card and even draw a picture as well. Have your child gift this to his teacher, and watch their new relationship bloom before your eyes.

    First of the year party

    Some teachers or preschools will start the new year with a first of the year party as a way to get everyone familiar with each other. Don’t skip this event if you don’t have to! Enjoy the party and make sure that your little one makes some friends while you get to know everyone. If the school doesn’t have its own party, consider throwing your own! A trip to the zoo or an end-of-summer pool party could be the perfect way to get the class together.

    Getting to know the parents

    As a way for you to help your child make new friends, make some of your own by getting to know the parents of your child’s new classmates. Most parents are thrilled to get to know other parents and may even be willing to start a carpool or weekly get-together. Soon enough, your little ones will be play-dating while you share parenting stories over coffee.

    Any of these ideas are sure to help both you and your little one get acclimated into your new setting. With extra encouragement, your child will be confident and comfortable heading into the very first day of school!

    Want to learn more about Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City Constellation located in League City, Texas? Our mission is to provide secure, nurturing, and educational environments for children ages 6 weeks – 12 years. We help children to bloom into responsible, considerate, and contributing members of society. For more information, give us a call or stop by for a tour! We’d love to get to know you and your family. 

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  • July 2017 Magazine

    It is hot outside! Grab a cold beverage and kick back for a while as you peruse the  July edition of the Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine! This month you will find articles on “Why Kids with Hobbies do Better in School” and “The Im... Read More

    July 2017 Digital Magazine

    It is hot outside! Grab a cold beverage and kick back for a while as you peruse the  July edition of the Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine! This month you will find articles on “Why Kids with Hobbies do Better in School” and “The Importance of Traditional Play in a Digital World.” Sounds like a good read to us!

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  • Finding the Right Preschool for Your Child

    When it comes to finding the best preschool to fit your child’s needs, it can feel like an overwhelming process. It may seem like there’s an infinite number of factors to look into before making this important decision. Start off by considering these key steps that are sure to help you narrow down what makes the perfect preschool for your child.Do your research!Find out what schools are in you... Read More

    When it comes to finding the best preschool to fit your child’s needs, it can feel like an overwhelming process. It may seem like there’s an infinite number of factors to look into before making this important decision. Start off by considering these key steps that are sure to help you narrow down what makes the perfect preschool for your child.

    Do your research!

    Find out what schools are in your area—it helps to know your options. Ask around with friends and family and learn about where they send their children. Getting advice from those who have experienced this journey already is a great way to both gain knowledge and put your mind at ease. If you find you’re lacking in advice from friends, it never hurts to ask a professional, like a referral agency or school counselor.

    Schedule a tour

    Many preschools will allow for you to tour the campus with a counselor and get to know the teachers and staff. Write down questions you have and pay attention to how the children interact with each other and the adults. You can even bring your child with you and see how they respond to the school—do they seem to fit in well, or are you looking for something else?

    Know your priorities

    Each child is unique and requires different things—do they need a smaller classroom environment? Does your little one require special attention when it comes to their food and diet? Does your child need to be potty trained before starting classes? Once you know what your top priorities are, it becomes easier to seek these things out in a school and find a good fit.

    How long will your child go?

    Knowing the time frame for when your child will be in school is important to narrowing down the type of pre-K to sign up with. Look at your current schedule and your child’s daily activity. Most preschools go for a nine-month period on a weekly half-day schedule. However, if your child needs longer hours, some day cares offer educational components, or some parents take their child to pre-k for the first half of the day and then hire additional daycare help.

    Trust your gut

    If something doesn’t feel right, or your child is showing signs of more than just beginner’s nerves, acknowledge it. Finding the right preschool for your children is vital to their growth in such early stages of life, and you know what’s best for them. Keep searching until you discover the place that feels right for your child and pushes them to learn and grow in the safest and most fun way possible—you will find it, and it’ll be more than worth the effort!

    Want to learn more about Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City Constellation located in League City, Texas? Our mission is to provide secure, nurturing, and educational environments for children ages 6 weeks – 12 years. We help children to bloom into responsible, considerate, and contributing members of society. For more information, give us a call or stop by for a tour! We’d love to get to know you and your family. 

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  • Cooking with Kids!

    If you’re looking for a new activity or hobby to get your preschooler involved in this summer, why not try cooking? Whether your little one is a natural-born foodie or they’re an extremely picky eater, cooking together has numerous benefits from developing cognitive skills to exploring a brand new hobby. Here’s how you can get cooking with your kiddo.L... Read More

    If you’re looking for a new activity or hobby to get your preschooler involved in this summer, why not try cooking? Whether your little one is a natural-born foodie or they’re an extremely picky eater, cooking together has numerous benefits from developing cognitive skills to exploring a brand new hobby. Here’s how you can get cooking with your kiddo.

    Learn to identify different flavors together!

    Set up four small bowls, one filled with salt, one with honey, one with pepper, and the last with lemon juice. Take turns taste testing each ingredient and describe them as salty, sweet, sour, spicy, or bitter. Then incorporate these flavors into whatever you plan on cooking!

    Start small.

    Start with simple tasks like stirring batter together, pouring measuring cups of ingredients into a bowl, or tearing lettuce to add to a salad. Even the small steps of cooking can be a fun experience, and your little one will love getting involved.

    Make a smoothie!

    One easy snack to make is a delicious, fruit smoothie. All you need is a blender, frozen fruit of your choice, and a splash of milk, fruit juice, or water. Adding a dollop of Greek yogurt makes for a super smooth consistency. Blend all your ingredients together and serve it up!

    Have a family pizza party!

    This cooking activity is perfect for every member of the family to get involved in. When grocery shopping, purchase already cooked pizza dough, pesto or tomato sauce, and any other toppings of your choice, such as cheese, pepperoni, mushrooms, or bell pepper. Assemble your pizza-making station, let everyone choose the toppings they want, and enjoy this savory meal all together.

    Believe it or not, cooking can even help your child develop cognitive skills. Measuring ingredients or counting eggs is great math practice, while following a recipe teaches your child to follow instructions and improves their listening skills. So, get started and have fun!

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  • June 2017 Digital Magazine

    Are you ready for a little summer reading? We’ve published a new edition of the Kids ‘R’ Kids Digital Magazine! In the June edition you will find some DIY gift ideas for Father’s Day (no peeki... Read More

    June 2017 Digital Magazine

    Are you ready for a little summer reading? We’ve published a new edition of the Kids ‘R’ Kids Digital Magazine! In the June edition you will find some DIY gift ideas for Father’s Day (no peeking Dads!), good reasons to give your children responsibilities, and ways to be a “light reflector” for your child.

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  • May Edition Digital Magazine

    It’s a new month! That means the new Kids ‘R’ Kids Digital Magazine edition is ready! Take a peek inside the May issue to find ways you can enjoy the spring while preparing for a fun summer, how to keep a child active when he doesn't enjoy team sports, and how you c... Read More

    KRK Magazine May Edition

    It’s a new month! That means the new Kids ‘R’ Kids Digital Magazine edition is ready! Take a peek inside the May issue to find ways you can enjoy the spring while preparing for a fun summer, how to keep a child active when he doesn't enjoy team sports, and how you can incorporate Montessori learning principles in your home.

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  • Vacation Ideas with Preschool Children

    If you haven’t already started to plan for your summer vacations, it’s time to start thinking about some ideas! If you’re planning to take along your preschool child, you might want some ideas that will be fun for the whole family. Here are some ideas that everyone from toddlers to grandparents will enjoy.Take your preschooler to an indoor resort.If you live somew... Read More

    If you haven’t already started to plan for your summer vacations, it’s time to start thinking about some ideas! If you’re planning to take along your preschool child, you might want some ideas that will be fun for the whole family. Here are some ideas that everyone from toddlers to grandparents will enjoy.

    Take your preschooler to an indoor resort.

    If you live somewhere where the summer weather conditions are less than ideal, consider an indoor resort! This would be a great summer vacation option because the conditions are controlled and the environment makes it easy for you to keep up with your children as they make fun summer memories. Check out the local indoor resorts around you to see which one has the best amenities for your family.

    The beach is a place for your preschooler to make memories.

    Be sure to bring a lot of sunscreen and you’re all sure to have a blast! Building sandcastles and wading in the ocean are fun ways to make memories to last a lifetime. Bring along a canopy to minimize the sunburn, and remember that groovy sunglasses make for great pictures!

    Local water parks are a great option when parents want a fun day trip.

    If you want an idea that won’t take all month to plan, consider taking the family to a local waterpark to spend the day. Water parks can range from a sprinkler pad at the local park to an amusement waterpark. Decide which type of park is best for your family and do a local search to see what your nearby options are. There’s sure to be something close to make for a fun getaway.

    Summer is a wonderful time to spend uninterrupted time as a family while making memories and keeping traditions. Consider making new family traditions with your preschoolers, and help them to understand that the best family vacation is one where you’re all happy and together.

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  • Tax Day: Teaching Preschoolers about Money

    Taxes and finances may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you want to teach your preschool child something new, but there are numerous advantages to it.When your little one learns the value of money and is given the opportunity to put what he or she has learned into practice, your child will develop a sense of responsibility and independence.Here ... Read More

    Taxes and finances may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you want to teach your preschool child something new, but there are numerous advantages to it.

    When your little one learns the value of money and is given the opportunity to put what he or she has learned into practice, your child will develop a sense of responsibility and independence.

    Here are a few ways to teach your children all about money and how they can start to earn and save.

    Teach the value to a preschool mind.

    One of the first steps in teaching your children about finances is to teach them the literal value of money. Start by explaining that pennies are worth one cent, nickels are worth five, and so on. You can even take it a step further by adding in a few math problems. (For example, one dime plus one nickel = 15 cents, which is equal to 15 pennies.)

    Give an allowance.

    Start giving your children an allowance or rewarding them with money when they complete certain chores. Whether it’s $1, $5, or $10, this will give your children something to be proud of and will help them learn that hard work can be rewarded.

    Start a lemonade stand.

    Nothing is more fun, engaging, and educational than a classic lemonade stand. From purchasing the ingredients to setting up the stand, to selling the product at a set price—your little ones are sure to enjoy this experience all while learning about the value of money.

    Teaching children about money is important for many reasons. Giving them opportunities to earn money teaches them the value of dedication and hard work. Encouraging them to save shows them how to prioritize and have patience. The benefits are endless, so take the time to teach them a little each day. 

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  • April Edition Digital Magazine

    The latest Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine issue is here! Check out this issue for ideas to help nurture your child’s creativity, ways to celebrate Earth Day, and steps parents of multiples can take to recognize unique qualities in each child. Click ... Read More

    April Edition Digital Magazine

    The latest Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine issue is here! Check out this issue for ideas to help nurture your child’s creativity, ways to celebrate Earth Day, and steps parents of multiples can take to recognize unique qualities in each child. Click here to see more.

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  • Fun Easter Activities for Preschool Children

    Easter Sunday is quickly approaching, and it’s time to celebrate with your preschooler. From classic activities like dyeing Easter eggs, to powdered-sugar covered treats, here are two wonderful ways to celebrate Easter next month.Dye Easter EggsThis classic Easter activity will add some color to your week. Begin by laying down some newspaper or paper towels to prevent a messy dyeing station.Next, submerge your large, white, hard-boiled eggs in distilled white vinegar as a base coat.... Read More

    Easter Sunday is quickly approaching, and it’s time to celebrate with your preschooler. From classic activities like dyeing Easter eggs, to powdered-sugar covered treats, here are two wonderful ways to celebrate Easter next month.

    Dye Easter Eggs

    This classic Easter activity will add some color to your week. Begin by laying down some newspaper or paper towels to prevent a messy dyeing station.

    Next, submerge your large, white, hard-boiled eggs in distilled white vinegar as a base coat.

    In a second bowl, combine ½ cup of boiling water, one teaspoon of white vinegar, and liquid food coloring of your choice (15–20 drops).

    Place your egg on a spoon and lower it into the bowl, letting it sit for five minutes.

    Once the time has passed, carefully remove the egg and set it on a paper towel to dry. Get creative with different colors, and have fun!

    Create Bunny Chow

    Your preschooler can munch on this tasty treat all week long.

    Begin by microwaving 1 cup of white chocolate chips, half a cup of peanut butter and ¼ cup of butter on high for 1 minute.

    Stir in 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, and pour the mixture over a bowl of Chex cereal (or any similar cereal of your choice).

    Add 1½ cups of powdered sugar, and mix until the cereal is coated to your liking.

    Toss in some egg-shaped chocolate candies, and munch away!

    Whether you celebrate Easter each year or you’re just looking for some exciting activities, your preschooler is bound to have a very hoppy time if you try out any of these ideas.

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  • Fun St. Patrick's Day Treats for Preschool Children

    Saint Patrick’s Day is a wonderful time of the year to become a little more aware of the culture in Ireland, and you can teach your preschool children about the things the Irish culture does to celebrate their heritage. You can celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with your preschooler with these fun Saint Patrick’s Day treats.

    Read “Fun Saint Patrick’s Day Treats for Preschool Children” on Family Fun Houston.

    Saint Patrick’s Day is a wonderful time of the year to become a little more aware of the culture in Ireland, and you can teach your preschool children about the things the Irish culture does to celebrate their heritage. You can celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with your preschooler with these fun Saint Patrick’s Day treats.

    Read “Fun Saint Patrick’s Day Treats for Preschool Children” on Family Fun Houston.

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  • March Edition Digital Magazine

    The latest Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine issue is here! Check out this issue for tips on helping children find their passion, fun St. Patrick’s Day recipes, and ways to incorporate fun and play into everyday activities! Click ... Read More

    March Edition of the Kids 'R' Kids Digital Magazine Is Here!

    The latest Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine issue is here! Check out this issue for tips on helping children find their passion, fun St. Patrick’s Day recipes, and ways to incorporate fun and play into everyday activities! Click here for the latest issue. 

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  • February Edition Digital Magazine

    The latest Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine issue is here! Check out this issue for tips on President’s Day activities, raising a problem solver, and learn mor... Read More

    February Edition of the Kids 'R' Kids Digital Magazine Is Here!

    The latest Kids ‘R’ Kids Magazine issue is here! Check out this issue for tips on President’s Day activities, raising a problem solver, and learn more about keys qualities for early success!

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  • Shadow or No Shadow? Explaining the Tradition of Groundhog Day

    Every year on February 2nd, folks gather in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, to watch a groundhog named Phil decide on spring’s arrival. Tradition holds that when Phil comes out of his hibernation hole to check on the weather, if he sees his shadow then we will have 6 more weeks of winter, but if not, spring is around the corner!The tradition started in 1887, and since then, people have gathered to watch the groundhog make his prediction about the season changes. Interestingly, it has been found that Phil’s predictions are only right 3... Read More

    Every year on February 2nd, folks gather in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, to watch a groundhog named Phil decide on spring’s arrival. Tradition holds that when Phil comes out of his hibernation hole to check on the weather, if he sees his shadow then we will have 6 more weeks of winter, but if not, spring is around the corner!

    The tradition started in 1887, and since then, people have gathered to watch the groundhog make his prediction about the season changes. Interestingly, it has been found that Phil’s predictions are only right 39% of the time, but people still gather to keep the tradition.

    So what exactly is a groundhog? This is the question your little one might ask. They’re bigger than you may think! When fully grown, they measure in at up to 10 pounds, and they build burrows for homes that can be anywhere from 8 to 66 feet long. It’s inside these burrows that the groundhog hibernates during the cold winter months.

    When February 2nd arrives, the groundhog wants to know if it’s safe to come out, or if he needs to hibernate for another six weeks. It’s been said that if he sees his shadow, it scares him! So he runs away to sleep some more, and he’ll wake up in six more weeks to finally welcome spring. If he doesn’t see his shadow, he knows it’s safe to come out, and that spring has finally arrived!

    If you want to see Punxsutawney Phil make his prediction this year, you can watch it online at www.visitpa.com/groundhog-day-live-stream/. Start a new tradition with your little one, and watch Phil make his prediction! Will we get an early spring, or will we have 6 more weeks of winter? We’ll find out on February 2nd!

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  • Healthy Food This Year

    Food is one of the most important things in our lives, and preschoolers need better food than anyone really, since their bodies are growing at an incredible rate.

    Read “Healthy Food This Year” on Family Fun Houston.

    Food is one of the most important things in our lives, and preschoolers need better food than anyone really, since their bodies are growing at an incredible rate.

    Read “Healthy Food This Year” on Family Fun Houston.

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  • January Edition Digital Magazine

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting edge of early childhood education. From our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best preschool... Read More

    January Edition of the Kids 'R' Kids Digital Magazine Is Here!

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting edge of early childhood education. From our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best preschool or childcare experience. Our latest digital magazine is out! Check out this issue for tips on avoiding post-holiday blues, fostering creativity, and the benefits of music lessons!

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  • Four Great Activities to Try when It's Too Cold Outside

    When it’s too cold to go outside, but your little ones still have so much energy to spend, how can you keep them from tearing the house apart? Here are 4 great ideas!1. A scavenger huntMake a list of 8–10 little things that they can find around this house. Include things like a spoon, Crayon, little green army guy, and a toy car or baby doll, and watch them run to go search for the listed items. You could even draw a picture of each of the items for them so they could go and search by themselves!... Read More

    When it’s too cold to go outside, but your little ones still have so much energy to spend, how can you keep them from tearing the house apart? Here are 4 great ideas!

    1. A scavenger hunt

    Make a list of 8–10 little things that they can find around this house. Include things like a spoon, Crayon, little green army guy, and a toy car or baby doll, and watch them run to go search for the listed items. You could even draw a picture of each of the items for them so they could go and search by themselves!

    2. Tent in the house

    This one will use up so much time as their imaginations run wild as they hide out in the little tent. They could be camping in the wilderness, or turn the tent into a princess castle. The options are endless! Just let them hide out for as long as they like. You could even let them have a lunch picnic in the tent!

    3. Puzzles, play dough, coloring books, water coloring, or finger painting

    These might take a little bit of adult supervision, but for the most part they can do these on their own. Just prep the area a little ahead of time to make sure that you don’t end up with finger paint all over the walls. Puzzles and coloring books are a great way to learn and play at the same time with minimal effort from you.

    4. Make paper snowflakes

    You can help them cut them out, and then they can color them on their own! There are so many adorable ideas online that you can find for inspiration. Make paper snowflakes or paper dolls and let the coloring begin!

    Your child will probably enjoy any activity that you are involved in too, so spend more time investing in them instead of time in preparation for these crafts. Kids don’t need fancy, they just need quality time and love!

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  • Making Fun Ornaments with Kids

    Do you remember the first time your preschooler gave you something homemade? Maybe she came home with a special project from school, and your heart jumped a few beats knowing she made it especially for you. Allowing a child to be creative on her own, without too much instruction from you, can be difficult; however, as she grows older, her preschool art projects become something you’ll cherish forever.Read “Making Fun Ornaments with Kids” on Family Fun H... Read More

    Do you remember the first time your preschooler gave you something homemade? Maybe she came home with a special project from school, and your heart jumped a few beats knowing she made it especially for you. Allowing a child to be creative on her own, without too much instruction from you, can be difficult; however, as she grows older, her preschool art projects become something you’ll cherish forever.

    Read “Making Fun Ornaments with Kids” on Family Fun Houston.

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  • December Edition Digital Magazine

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies focus on child care, teacher care, family care and facility care to ensure each day is a great day! It was founded on the realization that children should be “hugged first, then taught.” Our accredited programs incorporate science, tech... Read More

    Kids R Kids Magazine December

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies focus on child care, teacher care, family care and facility care to ensure each day is a great day! It was founded on the realization that children should be “hugged first, then taught.” Our accredited programs incorporate science, technology, engineering, art & math. Learn more about us in our latest digital magazine! Check out this issue for tips on disciplining your kids, getting them to eat healthier, and learn more about the strategies we use within our Brain Waves℠ curriculum!

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  • Holiday Dinner with Children

    It's hard to believe the holidays are coming up so soon! Families all across the nation are preparing for the fun, food, and fellowship that comes this time each year. If your gathering includes infants, toddlers, and preschool children, then you will likely have a special section or table reserved just for them. However, expecting children to sit quietly for the entire duration of the holiday feasts is like telling a tornado to stay put! With all the different personalities and ages around the table, it’s no surprise it can be a challenge... Read More

    It's hard to believe the holidays are coming up so soon! Families all across the nation are preparing for the fun, food, and fellowship that comes this time each year. If your gathering includes infants, toddlers, and preschool children, then you will likely have a special section or table reserved just for them. However, expecting children to sit quietly for the entire duration of the holiday feasts is like telling a tornado to stay put! With all the different personalities and ages around the table, it’s no surprise it can be a challenge. The good news is that with a little creativity and flexibility, everyone can enjoy a nice meal, and mom may even be able to eat her food while it’s still warm—imagine!

    Set clear expectations. First of all, if your child is old enough to understand your instructions, explain how the dinner will work. Many children get restless because they don’t know when the end is in sight. Saying something like, “Mommy and daddy will be eating for the next hour, but after we’re finished we can go back outside together,” will make that hour feel less like an eternity. This doesn’t necessarily guarantee a whine-free experience, but it can help! Clear expectations are a must when communicating with young children.

    Incorporate their interests. Once you have established the structure of the dinner, be sure to have some fun activities at the kids’ table to occupy young minds. Know your audience—are you entertaining preschool children? Toddlers? What are their interests? Sports? Disney movies? You don’t need to go overboard, but having some stickers or coloring sheets with favorite characters at the table are sure to be a big hit!

    Use simple décor. One of the best options when setting a table for children is to use a paper tablecloth and provide crayons for some fun spontaneous doodling. Paper or plastic utensils and place settings will save everyone from unnecessary headaches as well.

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  • How to Help Others This Holiday Season

    How do you spend your holidays? Some families travel, some stay indoors, some sip coffee by the fire. (Mm, that last one sounds heavenly.) Some parents shop for long hours for their child’s favorite toy or game, waiting in long lines and spending countless hours online. They wear fun holiday clothes, attend parties, and watch the beautiful lights that adorn many neighborhoods and streets. When it’s time to eat, most families enjoy the meal they have chosen with the people they love. Read “... Read More

    How do you spend your holidays? Some families travel, some stay indoors, some sip coffee by the fire. (Mm, that last one sounds heavenly.)

    Some parents shop for long hours for their child’s favorite toy or game, waiting in long lines and spending countless hours online. They wear fun holiday clothes, attend parties, and watch the beautiful lights that adorn many neighborhoods and streets. When it’s time to eat, most families enjoy the meal they have chosen with the people they love.

    Read “How to Help Others This Holiday Season” on Family Fun Houston. 

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  • An Infant's First Steps

    Every childhood milestone is important. From an infant’s first time rolling over to the first day of preschool, parents love to see their child growing and learning. Since every child is different, be patient as your child develops and learns to walk at his or her own pace. During your child’s growth (and your wait), it is nice to know what to expect during normal development. As you enjoy the cute rolling over and bright smiles, here are a few behaviors to look forward to experiencing as the toddler months begin. P... Read More

    Every childhood milestone is important. From an infant’s first time rolling over to the first day of preschool, parents love to see their child growing and learning. Since every child is different, be patient as your child develops and learns to walk at his or her own pace. During your child’s growth (and your wait), it is nice to know what to expect during normal development. As you enjoy the cute rolling over and bright smiles, here are a few behaviors to look forward to experiencing as the toddler months begin.

    • Pre-walking

    During the first through fifth month after birth, your infant will begin to develop vital muscles needed for walking. The playful time laying down and moving the legs and arms help develop your baby’s muscles. During that time, you will likely see your infant crawling (though not all infants crawl) and beginning to be more mobile. If your child attends a daycare or childcare, there should be plenty of time and room for this necessary “tummy time.”

    • Sitting Up

    Around 6–10 months of age, your infant will likely be sitting up without your assistance. That’s a good sign your child is developing the core muscles in preparation for the first steps. At this stage your baby is learning balance and free movement. Encourage the growth by helping your infant to manage the new and exciting territory.

    • Early Steps

    At approximately 11 to 14 months, your toddler will likely begin to take small steps for short periods of time. You may see your child playing a game to try to get from one piece of furniture to another. You may also notice a new independence as your toddler realizes the new mobility. Help your child if necessary, but be sure to offer encouragement for your child to walk and move unsupported.

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  • Safety during the Fall

    Fall is the best season. From college football to cooler weather to fun holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving, there isn’t a better time of the year. Unless you’re more into spring or summer or winter. Then there’s a better time. For the rest of us, that means we’ll be outside enjoying the sunshine and the cool weather. We want our kids to enjoy the weather and activities just like we do. Among all these events, however, we need to remember to keep our preschool children safe. Read “ ... Read More

    Fall is the best season. From college football to cooler weather to fun holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving, there isn’t a better time of the year. Unless you’re more into spring or summer or winter. Then there’s a better time.

    For the rest of us, that means we’ll be outside enjoying the sunshine and the cool weather. We want our kids to enjoy the weather and activities just like we do. Among all these events, however, we need to remember to keep our preschool children safe.

    Read “ Safety during the Fall” on Houston Kid Stuff.

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  • Classic Children's Books

    Over and over again, when the most successful people in the world are asked about their achievements, they point to one thing: reading. They were all avid readers when they were younger, and their love for reading only increased throughout life. Once someone has caught the joy of reading, little else seem so beneficial. It’s important to establish this joy while kids are near preschool-age—it will pay off a thousand times over. Reading ... Read More

    Over and over again, when the most successful people in the world are asked about their achievements, they point to one thing: reading. They were all avid readers when they were younger, and their love for reading only increased throughout life.

    Once someone has caught the joy of reading, little else seem so beneficial. It’s important to establish this joy while kids are near preschool-age—it will pay off a thousand times over. Reading reduces stress, makes you smarter, and teaches empathy. It’s literally one of the best things a person can do for themselves. But you can help your child start reading today!

    Read “Classic Children’s Books” on Family Fun Houston.

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  • November Edition Digital Magazine

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies focus on child care, teacher care, family care and facility care to ensure each day is a great day! It was founded on the realization that children should be “hugged first, then taught.” Our a... Read More

    November Edition of the Kids 'R' Kids Digital Magazine Is Here!

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies focus on child care, teacher care, family care and facility care to ensure each day is a great day! It was founded on the realization that children should be “hugged first, then taught.” Our accredited programs incorporate science, technology, engineering, art & math. Learn more about us in  our latest digital magazine! Check out this issue for tips on disciplining your kids, getting them to eat healthier, and learn more about the strategies we use within our Brain Waves℠ curriculum!

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  • October Edition Digital Magazine

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting edge of early childhood education. From our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best preschool or childcare experience. Our latest digital magazine is out! Check out this issue for tips on listening to music with childr... Read More

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting edge of early childhood education. From our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best preschool or childcare experience. Our latest digital magazine is out! Check out this issue for tips on listening to music with children, details about our winter camps, and how setting good boundaries with children is one of the healthiest things you can do!

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  • September Edition Digital Magazine

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting – edge of early childhood education; from our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best p... Read More

    September Edition of the Kids 'R' Kids Digital Magazine is Here!

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting – edge of early childhood education; from our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best preschool or childcare experience. A part of our commitment to serve our families well is by providing resources that will equip parents with tools and information to use along the parenting journey. Take a peek inside of our latest digital magazine for tips on Check out our latest digital magazine for tips on learning mathematics, how to deal with whining, and parenting during transitions!

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  • September Edition Digital Magazine

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting – edge of early childhood education; from our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best p... Read More

    September Edition of the Kids 'R' Kids Digital Magazine is Here!

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting – edge of early childhood education; from our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best preschool or childcare experience. A part of our commitment to serve our families well is by providing resources that will equip parents with tools and information to use along the parenting journey. Take a peek inside of our latest digital magazine for tips on Check out our latest digital magazine for tips on learning mathematics, how to deal with whining, and parenting during transitions!

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  • August Edition of the Kids 'R' Kids Digital Magazine Is Here!

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting edge of early childhood education; from our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best preschool or childcare experience. A part of our commitment to serve our families ... Read More

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting edge of early childhood education; from our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best preschool or childcare experience. A part of our commitment to serve our families well is by providing resources that will equip parents with tools and information to use along the parenting journey. Inside this month’s issue you can explore information on a baby’s language development, how children build relationships, and how to properly, constructively help your child!

    August Digital Magazine 

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  • League City, TX Daycare: Making Playtime Fun For Parents Too

    Sometimes playing with your child can be a source of anxiety for tired parents. Playtime is an important part of your child’s developmental journey but with a few creative approaches you can make the time together more enjoyable!Making Playtime Fun for Parents Too... Read More

    Sometimes playing with your child can be a source of anxiety for tired parents. Playtime is an important part of your child’s developmental journey but with a few creative approaches you can make the time together more enjoyable!

    Making Playtime Fun for Parents Too

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  • League City, TX Childcare: July Digital Magazine

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting – edge of early childhood education; from our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best preschool or childcare experience. A part of our commitment to serve our families well is by providing res... Read More

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies are always on the cutting – edge of early childhood education; from our highly trained teachers to our exclusive preschool curriculum, you can count on us to provide your child with the best preschool or childcare experience. A part of our commitment to serve our families well is by providing resources that will equip parents with tools and information to use along the parenting journey. Take a peek inside of our latest digital magazine for tips on how to manage young children while shopping, how to differentiate effective and ineffective discipline methods for your child, and more!

    July Digital Magazine 

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  • League City, TX Preschool: Hosting a Birthday Pool Party

    Hanging out at the pool is one of the most effective ways to stay cool in the summer heat. Children love attending pool parties for friends and if you’re hosting one of those parties this summer, it’s important to create an environment that is safe for preschoolers and toddlers. Help put parents mind at ease and ensure a good time is had by all with the simple rules fo... Read More

    Hanging out at the pool is one of the most effective ways to stay cool in the summer heat. Children love attending pool parties for friends and if you’re hosting one of those parties this summer, it’s important to create an environment that is safe for preschoolers and toddlers. Help put parents mind at ease and ensure a good time is had by all with the simple rules found in this article: Hosting a Birthday Pool Party.

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  • League City, TX City Childcare: June Edition Digital Magazine

    From fun Father's Day gift ideas and creative games to understanding the importance of play in your child’s life, the June edition of the Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy of League City Constellation digital magazine provides information on family-friendl... Read More

    From fun Father's Day gift ideas and creative games to understanding the importance of play in your child’s life, the June edition of the Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy of League City Constellation digital magazine provides information on family-friendly summertime fun and more.

    Don’t forget to check back for every new monthly edition for more tips on parenting, child development, and all things preschool!

    Click here to read now!

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  • Kids 'R' Kids League City: Top 10 Things Your Child Should Know Graduating from Preschool

    Your preschooler never looked cuter than in that oversized cap and gown walking across the school stage to get his graduation certificate. Smiles, cheers and applause filled the room. But now you’re left with thoughts of your child’s readiness for the future. Maybe you’re wondering if he’s sufficiently prepared for kindergarten. Maybe you’re nervous about the tra... Read More

    Your preschooler never looked cuter than in that oversized cap and gown walking across the school stage to get his graduation certificate. Smiles, cheers and applause filled the room. But now you’re left with thoughts of your child’s readiness for the future. Maybe you’re wondering if he’s sufficiently prepared for kindergarten. Maybe you’re nervous about the transition from one classroom to another, or a new, unfamiliar teacher. As you consider your child’s educational experience, use the following checklist to make sure your child is prepared to step out of the preschool classroom and enter kindergarten equipped for success!

    To see the checklist, read the full article here: Top 10 Things Your Child Should Know Graduating from Preschool

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  • May Edition of the Kids ‘R’ Kids Digital Magazine is Here!

    The new Kids ‘R’ Kids digital magazine for the month of May is here! As an effort to spread the word about all of the unique benefits and state-of-the-art technology we have to offer, this magazine is a great go-to for current and new families. At Kids ‘R’ Kids L... Read More

    The new Kids ‘R’ Kids digital magazine for the month of May is here! As an effort to spread the word about all of the unique benefits and state-of-the-art technology we have to offer, this magazine is a great go-to for current and new families. At Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies, our hope is to provide your child with only the best in care, education, and nurturing.

    This month’s edition includes helpful tips and tricks for successful parenting and child development. The issue features helpful articles on the value of problem solving skills, as well as the importance of giving each individual child space to grow and learn at his or her pace without comparison to other children. No doubt, you will be encouraged to love and care for your children in a way that stimulates their learning and development!

    In addition to helpful articles, you will find information about different school programs and activities your children can get involved in. This month you can learn more about our exciting Summer Camp 2016 program!

    As you flip through this month’s edition of the digital magazine, remember to keep an eye out for the Kids ‘R’ Kids digital magazine every month! Each edition will highlight new areas of parenting and early education that will help equip you as you continue on the exciting and challenging journey of parenthood and early childhood education!

    So go ahead! Take a peek inside our magazine! And, feel free to share it with your friends! As always, our door is open to your comments, questions and suggestions as we work together to provide your child with a firm foundation in early learning. Contact us today!

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  • Picnicking With Your Children

    Before the weather gets unbearably hot (as we know it will in the TX summer) get outside with your toddler or preschooler and go on a fun family picnic! While the idea of having small children in wide open spaces may sound too exhausting, you can eliminate some of the stress with good planning. Anytime you leave the house with your kiddos, a great rule of thumb is to keep... Read More

    Before the weather gets unbearably hot (as we know it will in the TX summer) get outside with your toddler or preschooler and go on a fun family picnic! While the idea of having small children in wide open spaces may sound too exhausting, you can eliminate some of the stress with good planning. Anytime you leave the house with your kiddos, a great rule of thumb is to keep the outing as simple as possible. Cramming too many activities into one afternoon can lead to grumpy children and an exhausted mom.

    1. Location, Location, Location – When deciding where to picnic start by doing it at a familiar place. You could even start in your own backyard or at a friend’s house. Being familiar with your surroundings will give you peace of mind to be able to enjoy yourself. Once your kids are older or whenever you are more comfortable, venture out to a local park or zoo for your picnic festivities.

    2. Bring a Friend – Children almost always do better when they have friends to play with. Even introverted children appreciate the company of another child to play with outside. Being outside is the perfect place to spark imagination so having a friend explore with your child makes it even more fun! Plus, having another adult to watch the kiddos means you will have a chance to talk to a grown-up and have another set of eyes looking out for your child as you look after theirs.

    To find out the rest of the picnicking tips, read the full article here: Picnicking With Your Children

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  • What Your Child Can Learn From An Easter Egg Hunt

    An Easter Egg Hunt can be a fun event for the whole family, but did you know it can also be an educational opportunity for your child? Here are six creative ways your child can learn through an egg hunt:1.Toddlers Can Learn ColorsBefore letting your toddler loose to find as many plastic eggs as possible, tell your toddler only to collect a specific color or colors of eggs. ... Read More

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    An Easter Egg Hunt can be a fun event for the whole family, but did you know it can also be an educational opportunity for your child? Here are six creative ways your child can learn through an egg hunt:

    1.Toddlers Can Learn Colors

    Before letting your toddler loose to find as many plastic eggs as possible, tell your toddler only to collect a specific color or colors of eggs. This will help your toddler distinguish between different colors and make the game more challenging!

    2.Toddlers Can Learn Shapes

    If you’re creating your own egg hunt, fill plastic eggs with different shaped objects. After the eggs are all found, reward your child for naming each of the shapes found in his or her eggs.

    3.Preschoolers Can Learn Numbers

    If you’re creating your own egg hunt, use a permanent marker to number the plastic eggs before hiding them. Challenge your children to find the eggs in order from 1 to 20, or 1 to 100 if you’re that ambitious!

    For the rest of the ways your child can learn through an egg hunt, read the full article here: What Your Child Can Learn From An Easter Egg Hunt

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  • How to Stop Back Talking Without "Because I Said So"

    Is your child’s back talking becoming a problem? Are you tired of hearing “No! You do it!” from your toddler or preschooler? There may be something you can do to help curb those annoying, whiny, temper tantrums.Instead of responding by saying “You’ll do it because I said so” or “Don’t ever talk to me like that!” there are other ways to help your child learn to disagree with you respec... Read More

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    Is your child’s back talking becoming a problem? Are you tired of hearing “No! You do it!” from your toddler or preschooler? There may be something you can do to help curb those annoying, whiny, temper tantrums.

    Instead of responding by saying “You’ll do it because I said so” or “Don’t ever talk to me like that!” there are other ways to help your child learn to disagree with you respectfully. The best way to stop back talk is to provide your child with some independence – but within your own limits. Kids of all ages need a sense of personal power to make their own choices and express their differences in opinions with parents. When parents make all the decisions for them, children naturally want to lash out, and so they do — with words and sometimes, physical aggression.

    So how can parents teach their children to disagree respectfully? Read the full article here: How to Stop Back Talking Without "Because I Said So"

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  • Teaching Kids the Value of Money

    Children are always picking up on cues from the adults around them – How should I talk to people? What should I do when I’m worried or happy or sad? How should I spend my money?While it may be strange to think of a toddler thinking about money, teaching wise financial stewardship can start at a very early age and you can talk with your child about money in a lot... Read More

    Children are always picking up on cues from the adults around them – How should I talk to people? What should I do when I’m worried or happy or sad? How should I spend my money?

    While it may be strange to think of a toddler thinking about money, teaching wise financial stewardship can start at a very early age and you can talk with your child about money in a lot of fun and creative ways. From playing fun children games such as Monopoly Jr. ® and even helping your child start his/her own personal bank (hello, piggy bank!) your child can start on a path towards having a healthy view of finances and money management!

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  • Helping Your Family Keep New Year’s Resolutions

    Now that we are well into the new year, how are you managing your resolutions and goals? Even with sincere intentions, creating new habits is a challenge, especially for busy and working parents with an infant, toddler or preschool child.Pursuing goals can be fun if you take your time and practice patience with yourself and others. Here are some suggestions for suc... Read More

    Now that we are well into the new year, how are you managing your resolutions and goals? Even with sincere intentions, creating new habits is a challenge, especially for busy and working parents with an infant, toddler or preschool child.

    Pursuing goals can be fun if you take your time and practice patience with yourself and others. Here are some suggestions for successfully managing your resolutions and goals while enjoying the process along the way.

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  • Keeping Your Young Chef Safe in the Kitchen

    This is the perfect time of year to share some special memories making delicious treats in the kitchen. From cookies to breads, pies and muffins, the holidays are full of sweets! In addition to the baking frenzy, there are also dinners to prepare for loved ones who may have traveled far to be with family. If you have a preschooler or toddler at home, inviting them into the... Read More

    This is the perfect time of year to share some special memories making delicious treats in the kitchen. From cookies to breads, pies and muffins, the holidays are full of sweets! In addition to the baking frenzy, there are also dinners to prepare for loved ones who may have traveled far to be with family. If you have a preschooler or toddler at home, inviting them into the food preparation process may seem like asking for trouble! But with a few helpful guidelines, your budding chef can be a part of a treat they can be proud of – and you get quality time in the process. Check out this article about safety tips while cooking with young children, and then go whip up some delicious memories together!

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  • 7 Benefits of Attending a Quality Preschool

    The first five years of your child’s life are crucial in establishing a solid educational foundation. As your child grows and develops it’s important to make sure he is being challenged and encouraged to be a lifelong learner! At Kids ‘R’ Kids we are proud to be The First Step to Higher Education™ for our students and are committed to providing an environment... Read More

    The first five years of your child’s life are crucial in establishing a solid educational foundation. As your child grows and develops it’s important to make sure he is being challenged and encouraged to be a lifelong learner! At Kids ‘R’ Kids we are proud to be The First Step to Higher Education™ for our students and are committed to providing an environment that encourages creativity and builds confidence.

    Read this article for 7 Benefits of Attending a Quality Preschool.

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  • Solutions for Managing Your Child’s use of Electronics

    Children can successfully navigate many electronic devices at a surprising rate. We are living in a technological age that makes the newest technology accessible even to the youngest members of our society.While technology has played a huge role in improving our world and educating the next generation, there are also healthy boundaries that are important to put int... Read More

    Children can successfully navigate many electronic devices at a surprising rate. We are living in a technological age that makes the newest technology accessible even to the youngest members of our society.

    While technology has played a huge role in improving our world and educating the next generation, there are also healthy boundaries that are important to put into place when managing how much time your child spends using electronics. Check out this helpful article for tips on setting those boundaries!

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  • 6 Benefits of Sports and Physical Activities for Preschoolers

    Is your toddler or preschool child always active and on the go? Sports and physical activities have great benefits for your child’s growing body. Take a look at these benefits of sports and physical activities from a recent article written by Kids ‘R’ Kids.... Read More

    Is your toddler or preschool child always active and on the go? Sports and physical activities have great benefits for your child’s growing body. Take a look at these benefits of sports and physical activities from a recent article written by Kids ‘R’ Kids.

    6 Benefits of Sports and Physical Activities for Preschoolers

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  • Keeping Your Child Safe on the Playground

    Children love playing in the sun at an outdoor playground! The possibilities for exploration and adventure are endless, which often means children will get caught up in the fun and forget about safety. This article gives helpful tips for parents on keeping your child safe on the playground.... Read More

    Children love playing in the sun at an outdoor playground! The possibilities for exploration and adventure are endless, which often means children will get caught up in the fun and forget about safety. This article gives helpful tips for parents on keeping your child safe on the playground.

    Keeping Your Child Safe on the Playground

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  • Day care: Child brain development and learning in League City

    At birth, a child is gifted with an amazing brain that allows the child to interact in the world, in new and exciting ways. We will share advice on how you can assist your child with effective brain development, in order to progress on a learning continuum, throughout daycare, preschool and beyond.Promote learning in every activity... Read More

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    At birth, a child is gifted with an amazing brain that allows the child to interact in the world, in new and exciting ways. We will share advice on how you can assist your child with effective brain development, in order to progress on a learning continuum, throughout daycare, preschool and beyond.

    Promote learning in every activity

    Brain development can be encouraged utilizing age-appropriate activities that promote learning. Chores, such as cleaning up toys, can become a learning experience by simply pretending the toys are lost animals. You can turn, what would have been a chore into fun, while picking up a mess. This is just one example out of many. With just a bit of imagination and motivation, you can promote real and effective brain development, for your child.

    Avoid learning distractions

    As you provide your child with excellent child care, it is important to avoid anything that might distract the child. Stress, hunger and other things can easily distract your child and hinder learning and development. It is important to facilitate a safe, comfortable and fun learning environment, which emulates the surroundings a child would experience in a daycare or preschool. Accomplishing this, you will be assured to avoid distractions, and your child will continue learning, and achieving healthy brain development.

    If you are eager to provide your child with only the finest child care around, Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City, Texas is the ideal choice for you. We offer our exclusive Brain WavesTM Curriculum that attends to your child’s unique needs, and promotes excellent brain development. Contact us if you want to provide your child with more than just a typical daycare environment.

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  • What Makes Some League City Preschools Better than Others?

    In the world of preschool education, we love to hear from parents wanting to provide only the best early education for their child. We want to share this article with all parents regarding what makes a particular preschool better than others. There are a variety of fact... Read More

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    In the world of preschool education, we love to hear from parents wanting to provide only the best early education for their child. We want to share this article with all parents regarding what makes a particular preschool better than others. There are a variety of factors, so we will discuss some of the essential ones that contribute toward an excellent learning environment.

    Learning standards

    The learning standards of a child care facility should always be carefully considered. Does the preschool cater to all the necessary subjects that your child is going to learn in school? Does it offer extracurricular activities such as outings to educational civic centers and museums? Are the programs accredited by a legitimate educational body? All of these questions need to be asked when deciding on which to choose.

    Safety

    Safety is paramount when it comes to child care, so be sure to ask about safety standards and protocols. If you suspect that your child may be in danger, simply opt for a different learning environment where your child can learn in safety.

    Consideration towards each child

    An easy way to identify an excellent learning environment for your child is whether they cater to each child according to particular preferences, capabilities, and characteristics. This allows teachers to ensure the most effective learning atmosphere for all students, and is essential if you want to provide your child with the best learning environment.

    Alternatively, you can simply choose the preschool that offers all of the above and choose Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City, Texas. We offer AdvancED™ accredited program for preschoolers that cater to each child’s unique individuality and ensure that your child will receive the best early childhood education available. Contact us here for more details about our superior child care services.

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  • League City tips for getting to your destination with your young child

    It can be stressful planning a vacation with young children. Fortunately there are tips, techniques, and tools available to keep them comfortable, entertained, quiet, and even learning while traveling. Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City, Texas, presents some of these tips, techniques, and tools to parents so that they can provide healthy chil... Read More

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    It can be stressful planning a vacation with young children. Fortunately there are tips, techniques, and tools available to keep them comfortable, entertained, quiet, and even learning while traveling. Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City, Texas, presents some of these tips, techniques, and tools to parents so that they can provide healthy child care and enjoy their vacation.

    Activity books are your friend

    Activity books can be highly effective in keeping your child entertained. You can look for these books at toy stores or online, and they can be physical books or tablet based. You will need to find something age-appropriate depending on if you have a toddler or a preschooler. Child care activities in these books include coloring, connecting the dots, and more. You do not have to worry about engaging your child 100% of the time, and can instead take a few moments to relax while your child learns.

    Create a new, temporary home

    Another tip is to create a home away from home environment wherever you travel. Your child can feel safe wherever you go, and can find comfort in common surroundings if he or she is feeling overwhelmed. This will also help him or her fall asleep more quickly, eat more willingly, and have an enjoyable time while away from home. Bring a favorite blanket, pillow, or toy to bring a bit of home for your child.

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City, Texas, can assist you both in and outside of the classroom. If you would like more tips and techniques to help with infant or child care or if you would like to know more about our child care services, then contact us today and speak with one of our friendly and highly capable teachers.

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  • League City Child Day Care: Early Brain Development

    Choosing the best child care facility early is essential to a child’s development. At the Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City we provide a unique learning environment. Our specialized Brain Waves™ curriculum is centered around your child’s bra... Read More

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    Choosing the best child care facility early is essential to a child’s development. At the Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City we provide a unique learning environment. Our specialized Brain Waves™ curriculum is centered around your child’s brain development.

    Our Academy provides a loving environment and offers programs that are appropriate for every stage of your child’s development. We have classes for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school aged children, providing specific educational programs to stimulate your child’s development, at each appropriate age. Our philosophy of “Hug First, Then Teach” provides a safe and secure environment which is vital for the growth and development of your child’s brain. These important preschool years aid in building a sound foundation for future learning.

    This is what makes our Brain Waves™ Curriculum so important:

    • A variety of activities: Our age-appropriate programs allow your child to discover the joy and excitement of learning science, math, language, literature, music and art. We include fun physical activities to provide a healthy balance to your child’s education. The activities are designed and taught to specifically target your child’s brain development, enhancing social-emotional, language, cognitive and physical growth.
    • Appropriate classrooms: Classrooms are structured to provide the appropriate environment for each particular level of development, encouraging unique and highly effective learning. They are equipped with stimulating materials that allow a child to explore through sight, sound, taste and touch, creating a foundation for healthy brain growth.

    At Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City, we provide your child with the perfect surroundings that make learning fun and exciting. Utilizing our specialized Brain Waves™ Curriculum and quality teachers we support optimal brain development through stimulating learning experiences that support and maximize a child’s learning capacity.

    For more information about our Learning Academy or to find out more about our Brain Waves™ curriculum, please contact us today.

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  • Top reasons why your League City preschool child should receive an AdvancED Accredited education.

    Your child’s preschool years are the most important for brain development and mental growth. A good environment for mental stimulation is vital to your child’s progression through school. Give him or her the best possible start with our AdvancED Accredited Preschool Program and Exclusive Fast Track Curriculum™ for preschool.... Read More

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    Your child’s preschool years are the most important for brain development and mental growth. A good environment for mental stimulation is vital to your child’s progression through school. Give him or her the best possible start with our AdvancED Accredited Preschool Program and Exclusive Fast Track Curriculum™ for preschool.

    AdvancED - The benefits:

    There are many benefits for your child, including developing the necessary skills for an advanced start in life.

    The AdvancED Accredited preschool program is a wide-ranging and flexible developmental program that will accelerate your child’s learning. Education is constantly changing and it is important that your child does not get left behind in regular day care programs that may not have the most current educational programs. Our system offers the best educational programs and learning aids focused on brain development during the preschool years. The preschool years are the most important for brain development, and it is important that your child maximizes their development as much as possible.

    Our Curriculum is standards-driven with activities that are developmentally appropriate and encourage children to achieve in all areas (language/literacy, cognitive, physical, social-emotional). This exclusive curriculum is specifically designed for each stage of development from infants through five years old.

    Our facility is comfortable, secure and child-sized, where your child will be learning in a fun and engaging way. The right environment allows your child’s mind to be open to the instruction in our preschool Fast Track Curriculum™. Your child will learn through play and by utilizing all five senses, advancing at their own pace. Let your child experience the best in preschool education. Our AdvancED principles provide the strongest educational foundation for your child.

    At Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy League City, Texas, your preschool child will have the best start in life. Contact us or visit our facility to see our Nationally accredited program in action!

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  • Infant child care tips in League City

    How to treat allergies:Allergies are a reaction by the body against a particular substance (allergen) like pollen, animal dander, mold or certain foods. Indications that your child may be suffering from an allergy may include: Runny noseSneezingItchy, red eyesDry coughingIrritated ski... Read More

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    How to treat allergies:

    Allergies are a reaction by the body against a particular substance (allergen) like pollen, animal dander, mold or certain foods. Indications that your child may be suffering from an allergy may include:

    • Runny nose
    • Sneezing
    • Itchy, red eyes
    • Dry coughing
    • Irritated skin
    • Stomach ache (Food allergy)
    • Vomiting (Food allergy)
    • Diarrhea (Food allergy)

    These symptoms are often confused with the common cold or other conditions. It is important to see your pediatrician as soon as possible to ensure the correct diagnosis and treatment.

    A guide to common allergies in infants

    • Egg, milk and soy allergies: These allergies are a reaction to a protein in these foods and are often outgrown in the first year or two. Your doctor will likely recommend a treatment plan that may include a change of diet and exclude a particular food, or change your infant’s formula.
    • Dust mites, animal dander and pollen: Sneezing, runny noses and itching eyes are common symptoms for these allergies that are uncomfortable for your infant. A doctor’s diagnosis and treatment may include child-friendly antihistamines or even allergy shots.
    • Dermatitis: This can be caused by anything from an ingredient in your laundry soap to a particular plant in your garden. Remove the plant or change to a hypoallergenic product recommended by the doctor. Avoid any products that may cause a similar effect. Use a doctor-recommend medication to sooth the itching skin.

    If you are looking for a pediatrician to treat your infant’s allergies, you may want to speak to the doctors at UTMB Health in League City.

    At Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of League City, we understand the importance of your child’s health. Our highly qualified staff are trained in First Aid/CPR, Infectious Disease Control, Injury Prevention, and Child Abuse Awareness, giving parents exceptional peace of mind. If you are looking for an infant program that offers more than traditional day care and puts your child’s healthy development first, contact us today and find out more about our state-of-the-art facility and curriculum.

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  • Getting out of the house during school holidays in League City, Texas

    Going to daycare, such as a high quality preschool or learning academy, each day is very good for the mental and physical development of toddlers and preschoolers. They are exposed to other children of their own age, they learn new t... Read More

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    Going to daycare, such as a high quality preschool or learning academy, each day is very good for the mental and physical development of toddlers and preschoolers. They are exposed to other children of their own age, they learn new things and they get to be creative while in that environment. However, when school closes for holidays, suddenly those daily activities are gone and you have a bored child who has nothing to do. You can get out of the house this year during school holidays.

    Connect your child with nature:

    It is so important to connect your child with nature. Being out in fresh air among plants, trees and wildlife will reorient your child by taking them away from television and video games. There are many options for getting your child outdoors such as:

    • Visit a local park for a nature scavenger hunt. Provide a list of objects for them to find such as a dried leaf, a shiny stone, etc. Then offer a reward once they have collected the items.
    • Visit the zoo and learn about the animals together.
    • Have a backyard camping trip.
    • Plan a vacation to the beach.
    • Create artwork using things from the backyard like leaves, grass and sticks.

    Plan activities that get your child moving during school holidays

    It is important to make sure your child is not leading a sedentary life by encouraging them to get moving. Sign them up for holiday soccer club, swimming lessons, or take them to either an indoor our outdoor playground.

    Summer camp is another great way for your child to stay active and have fun during the school break. Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy in League City, Texas offers a summer camp program, healthy meal plans, after school activities, and award-winning educational programs. We even offer parents a way to keep an eye on their children with our online classroom cameras! Contact us today for more information on enrolling your child. 

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  • Use these craft ideas at Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy of League City, Texas, to keep your children excited during the summer break

    The summer break is a perfect time to get creative and crafty with your children. When children are out of school for the summer, they can get bored and complain about having nothing to do. Having fun with educational activities keeps your children engaged and makes the summer break less stressful for parents. Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy of Leagu... Read More

    preschool_league_city_txThe summer break is a perfect time to get creative and crafty with your children. When children are out of school for the summer, they can get bored and complain about having nothing to do. Having fun with educational activities keeps your children engaged and makes the summer break less stressful for parents. Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy of League City, Texas, has some summer craft ideas you and your children can tackle together:

    Preserving backyard flowers: Gardens are often in full bloom during the summer, giving you the perfect opportunity to save these beautiful summer mementos by creating pressed flower petals and leaves. Let your kids choose their favorite flower petals and leaves, then work together to press and preserve them in a scrap book.

    Silly summer sunglasses: In addition to protecting their eyes from the strong summer sun, sunglasses can be personalized by each child. Buy some inexpensive pairs of sunglasses and have your children decorate them with stickers, paint, glitter or other art supplies.

    Tie-dye shirts: Summer is the season for fun, bright colors and your children can have fun making tie-dye shirts from their father's old shirts or old T-shirts. This is a great way to let your children express their creativity with their favorite colors.

    League City has many arts and crafts fairs this summer, such as the Montrose Parking Lots Arts Market. If your children are especially creative, they will enjoy the variety of art at this market and it will be fun for you too!

    At Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy of League City, Texas, we are open during school holidays including seasonal breaks. We also have a fantastic summer camp called Camp Nature Kids which is an exciting ten-week virtual odyssey that turns campers into scientists, explorers and adventurers who investigate dirt, mud, plants, insects and animals. Our Learning Academy is the perfect solution for busy, working parents.

    For more information about the programs available at Kids 'R' Kids of League City, Texas, please do not hesitate to contact us today.

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