1. Beat Cabin Fever With Musical Crafts

    We’ll say it — this winter has been nasty. It feels like there’s hardly anything left to do except wait for spring to finally arrive. While you’re dreaming of sunnier days and warm afternoons by the lake, our preschool and child care center has a number of crafts and activities for your young ones to enjoy at home. After all, we don’t want to wish away the time that we’re currently in …Read More

  2. Fun Things to Do With Your Kids to Finish Summer Right

    Don’t panic, but the summer is coming to an end. Whether you took the summer off with your children or enjoyed spending time with them on the weekend, there are, sadly, only a few weeks left. Now is the time to squeeze in all the last minute fun activities that you have been wanting to do with the kiddos! While you may have a few plans up your sleeves, we want to help make the end of your summer…Read More

  3. 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

  4. Unique and Fun Summer Activities for Your Kids

    Whether you have children in grade school or younger kiddos who go to daycare, summer is great for spending quality time with them. Taking some days off of work and planning days of fun with your children can help you reconnect and help make long-lasting memories that they will cherish. If you don’t have to go to work during the summer, you will be able to spend every day enjoying time with your…Read More

  5. Fun Ways To Teach Your Child Responsibility At A Young Age

    We all have day-to-day responsibilities that we must accomplish. Some of our responsibilities we may enjoy, such as cooking a nice meal, while others might be more laborious, such as showing up for work at 7 am. However, learning to handle responsibility is an important part of being a functional adult. Help your young child start to develop skills around responsibility from a young age. By teachi…Read More

  6. 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

  7. How You Can Teach Your Young Child Positive Communication Skills

    Learning to communicate clearly is a skill set we can all benefit from. One of the best things you can do for your young child is helping them develop positive communication skills from the time they are very little. If you have a child who is of preschool age, there is no better time than now to start instilling positive communication skills in their day-to-day life. Here at Yellow Brick Road, we…Read More

  8. Summer Activities to Plan With Your Kids

    Summer can’t come soon enough! This winter has been a rough one and getting outside with the kids has surely been a challenge. But as the weather starts to warm up and the snow stops making such frequent appearances, it will be easier to get out and about with the kiddos. We are sure your kids are excited for summer, too. So, rather than waiting for the warm season to show up to start planning f…Read More

  9. Ways to Build a Better Bond With Your Kid

    Your child has a special place in your heart. You see a lot of yourself in them but they are also completely their own person and you are still wondering how that could happen. Your little kiddo has a wild spirit and a curious mind, and you can’t wait to see what amazing things they do in their lives. With you at work on a regular basis and your kiddos at daycare of school, it can be hard to fin…Read More

  10. Why Social Interaction is Important For Young Children

    In the early years of a child’s life, they will learn a lot—from crawling to walking, babbling to talking, and so many other things. They learn words, numbers, shapes, colors, items, people, the list goes on and on. Your little one will learn who their parents are, who their siblings are, who their grandparents are, and who their friends are. They will begin to learn how to interact with the m…Read More