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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Apps to Help the Back-to-School Crazy

    Your family is hard to keep up with. We get that. Between work and its demands, after school activities and dinner on the table by 7:00 p.m., it can be a nightmare trying to get everything done. That’s why there’s an app for that. Check out our latest article on Family Fun Houston!

    Apps to Help the Back-to-School Crazy

    Your family is hard to keep up with. We get that. Between work and its demands, after school activities and dinner on the table by 7:00 p.m., it can be a nightmare trying to get everything done. That’s why there’s an app for that. Check out our latest article on Family Fun Houston!

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  • Help: Transitioning Back to School

    With a new school year comes many fun things for you and your family, such as fall festivals and family gatherings. Looking forward to the fun things makes it easier to transition back into work and school. Check out our latest article on Houston Kid Stuff!

    Help: Transitioning Back to School

    With a new school year comes many fun things for you and your family, such as fall festivals and family gatherings. Looking forward to the fun things makes it easier to transition back into work and school. Check out our latest article on Houston Kid Stuff!

    Help: Transitioning Back to School

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  • 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!

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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. Th... 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 disag... 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 successfully ma... Read More

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    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.

    Helping Your Family Keep New Year's Resolutions

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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.

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  • Coles Crossing Child Care: Brain Development Milestones for Your Child

    Parents sometimes struggle in understanding how to provide the best early development opportunities for a child. This is because each child goes through various stages of brain development and what was great for your child last week may not be as effective this week. Allow us to share some insight on how you can help your child through the crucial stages of bra... Read More

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    Parents sometimes struggle in understanding how to provide the best early development opportunities for a child. This is because each child goes through various stages of brain development and what was great for your child last week may not be as effective this week. Allow us to share some insight on how you can help your child through the crucial stages of brain development.

    Cognitive

    The first stage is cognitive development where your child will learn about the natural laws of the world like cause and effect. This is when your child begins to understand when he or she cries out, you come to see if your infant is hungry, has a soiled diaper or needs some snuggle time.

    Social skills

    Next your child will move into the social stage of brain development, when he or she will start communicating in unique ways such as cooing and babbling. Although these are not actual words, talking back to your child will acknowledge and encourage him or her through this stage by allowing basic communication practice.

    Communications

    Finally, your child will move into the stage of language and communications. During this time he or she will begin learning full words and building a relatively large vocabulary. You can help your child by simply expanding the vocabulary you use and exposing him or her to as much communication as possible.

    These basic fundamentals will be further enhanced in child care or preschool. Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Coles Crossing in Cypress, Texas offers your child an advanced early education that caters to each unique individual. With our Brain WavesTM curriculum and our excellent learning facility you can rest assured that you are providing your child with the best early brain development. Contact us for more details.

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  • Is preschool important in Cypress, Texas?

    Although everyone understands that preschool is a vital part of a child’s development, you may ask why preschool is so important. Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Coles Crossi... Read More

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    Although everyone understands that preschool is a vital part of a child’s development, you may ask why preschool is so important. Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Coles Crossing, Texas is here to help you understand the importance of a child’s early development, and preschool.

    The fundamentals of learning

    In preschool your child can expect to learn everything he or she will need before going on to a primary school education. This includes math, languages, arts and crafts and even money skills. This will ensure that your child will not go into school empty handed, but rather with all the skills necessary to thrive. Furthermore, you can enhance these developing skills even more through practice and encouragement at home.

    The fundamentals of life

    In terms of general development, your child will learn a lot during preschool. From social skills to advanced concepts and cognitive capabilities, our specialized child care caters to everything. By doing this we can assure all parents that we are prepared to go the extra mile, and that your child will be more than capable of coping with the many challenges of life.

    Trust us to provide your child with the all-round, comprehensive early education that makes a real difference. We cater to each and every preschooler as a unique individual, allowing your child to learn in a way in which he or she is comfortable. Contact us if you are interested in our advanced child care services, or if you would like more information about our top quality facilities, teachers and learning environment.

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  • Cypress Infant Care: The first month of your child’s life

    It is natural for a parent to want the best for a new child. Parents seek innovative child care techniques, and look for ways to ensure that they provide a healthy nurturing environment at all times. Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Coles Crossing in Cypress, Texas, is excited to share some insight about what a new parent can expect during the first month of a ... Read More

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    It is natural for a parent to want the best for a new child. Parents seek innovative child care techniques, and look for ways to ensure that they provide a healthy nurturing environment at all times. Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Coles Crossing in Cypress, Texas, is excited to share some insight about what a new parent can expect during the first month of a child’s life, and how parents can accommodate the child’s various needs and desires.

    Interactions

    At first you may be surprised at how much your infant sleeps. Infants often sleep more than they are awake. This is a natural part of your baby’s development. You will notice many changes in the first month as your infant becomes more aware. He or she will start to observe you, and will begin to watch your facial expressions and respond to your voice. Experiencing these changes in your child is a joyful part of child care. Bonding during this time is crucial and you should hold, cuddle and talk to your baby as much as possible during this time.

    Physical development

    During the first month, your infant will begin to exhibit reflexes, such as the ability to feed and the ability to grasp your finger. Your baby will also begin to move his or her arms and legs, pushing them out and pulling them in. Some babies might even begin to show the ability for walking. You can try putting the feet on the ground and see if your baby tries to take a step or two.

    Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Coles Crossing in Cypress, Texas, offers top quality infant and child care services. We utilize our exclusive Brain Waves™ Curriculum to ensure optimal academic, physical and emotional development in young children. Contact us today if you would like more information.

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  • Is your home and day care environment in Cypress supporting early brain development?

    Your child’s learning environments at home and at day care have a central role to play in brain development, especially from birth to age five. Here are three factors to help you make sure that your child is getting the most out of these critical years: ... Read More

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    Your child’s learning environments at home and at day care have a central role to play in brain development, especially from birth to age five. Here are three factors to help you make sure that your child is getting the most out of these critical years:

    • Loving relationships: By responding to your child’s needs quickly and with love, you and other caregivers teach your child about healthy, balanced relationships. This bond of trust is also key to other areas of learning. It will help your child to be open to new experiences, and to take on challenges with confidence.
    • Stimulation: Your child learns primarily through sensory stimulation that teaches him or her about the world. Age-appropriate toys with different textures, colors, and sounds encourage your child to move, speak and sing, providing excellent stimulation. The most important thing to remember is to keep the activities varied, fun, and slightly challenging, which will ensure your child gets the most out of the experience without getting bored.
    • Safety: Unsafe environments put your child at risk of trauma and stress. This causes the release of cortisol, a hormone that with repeat exposure, can inhibit your child’s brain development. On the other hand, childproofed homes and facilities actually boost brain development, allowing your child to explore and engage with the environment in a safe and comfortable way.

    If you are looking for a child care facility that embodies the highest standards of early developmental education, consider Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Coles Crossing. Through the innovative, scientifically developed Brain Waves™ Curriculum, we offer your child exceptional support from six weeks to five years old. Filled with fun activities and supervised by extensively qualified staff, your child will thrive, as we boost cognitive, social-emotional, language and physical development. For more information on our program and state-of-the-art facility, please contact us today

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  • What causes obesity in Cypress preschoolers?

    It is no secret that we, as a nation, have an obesity epidemic. We have one of the highest obesity rates in the world and this has been well documented. All age levels are affected from preschool children to the elderly. Here are some factors that can cause obesity in your prescho... Read More

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    It is no secret that we, as a nation, have an obesity epidemic. We have one of the highest obesity rates in the world and this has been well documented. All age levels are affected from preschool children to the elderly. Here are some factors that can cause obesity in your preschooler:

    A poor diet

    A poor diet is one of the leading causes of childhood obesity. This can be attributed to high calorie diets consisting of sugary soda, processed foods, candy bars and fast food. Snacking has become a major cause of concern over the last few years with studies showing that children are snacking more than ever. Since the late 1970’s, children have increased their calorie intake from snacks from around 170 calories per day to well over 550 calories per day.

    Little to no physical activity or exercise

    The advent of television, computers, and videogames has led to increasingly physically inactive children. This lack of physical activity coupled with poor diet has meant that children are consuming more calories but not using them by engaging in physical activity. By simply encouraging your preschooler to play outside or take up a sport, you can drastically reduce the chances of your child becoming obese.

    A complex relationship with weight

    Obesity has become so commonplace today that it has become widely accepted as the norm. Most overweight adults continue to believe that they are of normal weight, so it is no wonder that their children are also likely to be overweight. This has led to many eating disorders and a complex relationship with food and weight.

    The AdvancED accredited program at Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Coles Crossing in Cypress, specializing in a Fast Track Curriculum™, offers your child the best possible foundational education. For more information about our curricula for preschoolers, contact us today

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  • Cypress infant child care: is picky eating natural or learned?

    While some children like to taste new food, your child may refuse to try something new. Most child care specialists agree that this phase is completely normal for infants, especially as they grow into toddlers. As children grow and play, they tend not to focus on food. This can be difficult to cope with, since... Read More

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    While some children like to taste new food, your child may refuse to try something new. Most child care specialists agree that this phase is completely normal for infants, especially as they grow into toddlers. As children grow and play, they tend not to focus on food. This can be difficult to cope with, since everyone wants their child to get plenty of healthy nutrition.

    How to handle a picky eater

    1. Snacks: Plenty of healthy snacks are the best way to fit nutritional eating into your infant or toddler’s day. A plate with apple slices, avocado quarters, carrot sticks, cheese sticks and wedges of hard boiled egg can be stored in the refrigerator and brought out when you want to encourage your child to eat.
    2. Dipping sauces: Adding a dipping sauce can make eating a more fun experience. Cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, guacamole, pureed vegetables and fruits offer different, interesting flavors as compliments to most types of food.
    3. Smoothies: If your infant would rather drink her food rather than sit to eat, a smoothie in a sippy cup is a healthy option. Milk, fruit and yogurt can be combined with foods such as wheat germ and peanut butter to make a tasty meal.
    4. Camouflage: Your child may take a particular dislike to certain foods presented in a certain way, but these can be disguised in foods your child likes. Pasta sauces can hide almost any vegetable without changing the flavor significantly. You can also bake healthy muffins and snacks, adding bits of apples and carrots.
    5. Friends: If your child has a friend who is a good eater, invite them over to eat together. Nothing will motivate your child to try a food like seeing someone just like them eating something new and enjoying it.
    6. Novelty and participation: Letting your child choose new foods to try is a great way to encourage healthy eating habits. Visit Sprouts Farmers Market where your child can choose foods for snacks and meals, even if they are not traditional options. Children are often drawn to bright, colorful foods, which are often nutritious, so they may surprise you with their choices. This also gives your child a sense of control and anticipation, helping her to look forward to eating.

    At Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academy of Coles Crossing, we offer an innovative infant program that emphasizes optimal early development in a loving, nurturing environment. We encourage your child to learn, explore and interact through hands-on, sensory play that targets language, socio-emotional, physical and cognitive brain development. With expert supervision and a nutritionally balanced meal program, your child will have everything she needs to meet developmental milestones.

    For more information on our infant child care program and state-of-the-art facility, contact us today.

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  • Child care tips: What parents need to know about the Cypress summer camp experience

    Summer camps in Cypress, Texas are designed to be a developmental experience that will add value to your child's life and help reinforce learning structures implemented both at home and at school. As a parent, it is important that the summer program you choose is not simply a place for your child to have... Read More

    childcare_cypress_tx.jpgSummer camps in Cypress, Texas are designed to be a developmental experience that will add value to your child's life and help reinforce learning structures implemented both at home and at school. As a parent, it is important that the summer program you choose is not simply a place for your child to have fun, but is also a learning environment where he or she will discover themselves and learn valuable life lessons that are vital for future development.

    What children gain at summer camp

    Children need to develop a healthy sense of self in order to learn to value the effort and time it takes to become successful. Children often need encouragement to develop new skills, learn to work as a team, and participate in fun physical and creative challenges. Camp activities that assist in this process include exploration challenges, sports events and performing in plays.

    Parents want their children to grow up to make healthy life choices.  A safe and secure summer camp environment provides tools to help children learn to make decisions as well as see the results of those decisions. By helping children discover themselves, their talents and their potential, they can develop self-esteem, reduce the impact of negative peer pressure, and move forward in life with confidence.

    Additionally, summer camps help children gain a wider understanding of the world. Often camps include outdoor activities with an emphasis on healthy physical exploration where children can take a break from today's high-tech society for a while.  Camps also offer a non-threatening environment where children can discover new skills and thrive under the guidance and supervision of positive role models.

    If your child is attending summer camp for the first time, you may want to put them at ease by enjoying a family day with outdoor activities and new experiences. Head out to Oil Ranch and enjoy hay rides and pony rides, visit the petting zoo, play sports and even mine for gemstones. You will see how well your child responds to a diverse outdoor experience.

    Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy of Coles Crossing, Cypress, Texas, offers a summer camp program dedicated to getting your child excited about the outdoors. With a wide range of activities including fun indoor and outdoor learning exercises and games, children will learn about wildlife, habitats, plants and trees. Our camp staff provides individual attention, mental stimulation and the care necessary to ensure that each child thrives. Your child will return home with positive memories, stories to tell and new skills to demonstrate!

    Contact us to find out more about our summer camp or to enroll today.


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