1. Managing Tough Behaviors in Toddlers

    As a parent of toddlers, you know that it can be difficult to figure out how to manage their behavior sometimes, especially when your toddler is showing aggression. Toddler aggression is very common and can be displayed through hitting, biting, headbutting, pushing, and many other acts like this. At Yellow Brick Road Early Childhood Development Center, we know that toddler aggression can be hard t…Read More

  2. How to Help Your Toddler Learn and Develop

    From your child’s first birthday to the time they turn four years old, there is a lot they will learn. They will be developing new skills, continue to improve upon the ones they already have, and taking in the world around them. Young children learn by observing the world around them and testing their skills. But parents can also help with their toddler's development. At Yellow Brick Road Early …Read More

  3. Supporting Your Child’s Emotions During COVID-19

    Being a parent through the COVID-19 pandemic can be a challenge. It can be hard to know how to keep your kids busy, how to teach them at home, how to talk to them about what is going on, and so many other things. One thing that you may be struggling with is how to deal with your child’s emotions about COVID-19 and everything that is going on. At Yellow Brick Road Early Childhood Development Cent…Read More

  4. Fun Science Experiments for Toddlers

    These are only a few of the many fun and simple science experiments that you can do with your young children during days spent inside and weekends spent at home. Try these out the next time your children are bored and want something fun to do! Chances are you will have fun doing these experiments just as much as they will. Our team at Yellow Brick Road Early Childhood Development Center knows that…Read More

  5. Valentine’s Day Crafts To Do With Your Kids

    Doing crafts with your kids is a fun way to spend quality time with them and do something besides sit in front of a screen. Not only is crafting a fun activity, but it is also beneficial to children. Doing crafts can help them develop their fine motor skills, allow them to follow directions, stimulate their creativity, and provide many other benefits. If you are looking for fun craft ideas we have…Read More

  6. Tips for Teaching Your Child How to Share

    Sharing is easily one of the most difficult lessons that children are faced with during their younger years. Here at Yellow Brick Road Early Childhood Development Center, we see quite a bit of them struggle with the concept of sharing. In our last blog post, we touched on a few of the lessons that you can start to work on at home, and sharing was one of them. Today, our team is going to go over a …Read More

  7. Helping Your Child with Separation Anxiety

    The first few days of school can be difficult, especially for a child that has spent a majority of their life up to this point with their parents at home. While this isn’t always a desirable situation to find yourself in, it’s extremely common. That is why, in today’s blog, the team at Yellow Brick Road Early Childhood Development Center will be touching about ways that you can work through …Read More

  8. What Your Kids Should Know Before Kindergarten: Part 2

    Kindergarten is a new adventure for kids. It is a space where they will learn, grow, and start their academic career. Making the transition into kindergarten can be scary for your little one and may be hard for you as well. You want them to be ready and prepared. But are you supposed to know if they are ready and prepared? There is not a “Get Your Child Ready” guide. Everyone will tell you som…Read More

  9. Ways to Aid in Your Child’s Development

    During your child’s first few years, they will learn and develop a lot. Their development will help them navigate life easier and they will use these new skills throughout all of life. From the time your kiddos are infants, they are learning and developing different skills. These include language, fine and gross motor, social, emotional, and cognitive development. Your little one is learning a l…Read More

  10. Four Tips For Helping Your Child Develop A Love For Learning

    As an adult, you undoubtedly have witnessed that those who continually strive to learn more and keep an open and curious mind succeed in greater ways. Learning should be something that is celebrated and enjoyed, not a task that is dreaded or disdained. Developing a love for learning starts at a young age. Children are naturally curious, which makes them naturally prone towards learning. However, o…Read More