1. Lessons You Can Start Teaching at Home

    Learning is something that your children do long before they start attending school. Here at Yellow Brick Road Early Childhood Development Center, we know that there are countless lessons that parents work on with their children before they attend our daycare facility. Whether you’re looking for something to start working on with them or you’re curious as to which lessons can be taught before …Read More

  2. Avoiding the Back to School Plague

    Now that school is back in session, there are certain things that you need to be prepared for. One of the many things that goes hand in hand with kids back in school is sickness. Unfortunately, the back to school plague is something that all too many are familiar with. If you want to do your best to prevent this from being the case in your household, keep reading. In today’s blog, the team at Ye…Read More

  3. Tips for Toddlers Who Don’t Want to Leave Daycare

    Our last couple of blog posts have talked about ways to make the drop-off to daycare just a little bit easier, but those aren’t the only times where children can throw a tantrum. On the other end of the spectrum there are children that throw tantrums when they have to leave preschool, which can be equally as frustrating. That is why today we are going to touch on children who have a tough time l…Read More

  4. Creating a Morning Drop-Off Routine

    In our last blog post, we touched on a few of the things that you can do to work through separation anxiety with your child. One of the points that we covered was a morning routine. We only touched on it briefly because the reality is that a morning routine looks different for everyone. At the end of the day, your morning routine should not only be efficient in getting your little one to school an…Read More

  5. 6 Fun Reading Activities

    If your child loves reading, that’s amazing! By reading with them, you are helping them continue to grow in their essential early literacy skills. All the ideas that our preschool and child care center is about to talk about will be just another fun way to connect with your child over reading. If that first sentence has you scratching your head or wondering if there’s something wrong with your…Read More

  6. Spring Activities in the Twin Cities

    Finding fun and enriching activities for your young one is always a blast for the whole family. It’s even better when those events cost little to nothing! At Yellow Brick Road in Maple Grove, Eden Prairie, Plymouth, and Minnetonka, our child care centers are all about creating amazing experiences for children. We do all that we can to support families, which is why we’ve compiled a list of fun…Read More

  7. 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

  8. Preparing Your Child for Kindergarten

    It’s the question that’s on every parent’s mind: How can I make sure my child is ready for kindergarten? It’s a highly important question to ask, because studies show that your child’s success in kindergarten is an indicator for their success in every other grade, and even the rest of their life. Granted, it’s not the only factor, and it’s not a guarantee, but it’s of the utmost im…Read More

  9. Preparing Your Child For A Transition Into Daycare

    Daycare can be a wonderful experience for your child. A place they can learn, play, make new friends, and enjoy new things, daycare offers an array of benefits for young children. If you are about to transition one of your children into daycare, help them prepare for this exciting experience so the change can be a positive one. Here at Yellow Brick Road, we are passionate about providing outstandi…Read More