October 7, 2019
Children are messy, especially when they’re young. During this period of their lives, it’s important to teach them how to stay clean and be germ-free. Learn how you can teach your children about germs.
August 26, 2019
Are you a working parent? It’s important to make sure your child is enrolled in the right after school program for them. To help you, here are five questions you should ask yourself as you’re considering programs.
July 25, 2019
Do you love seeing your child learn new things? Daycares and preschools that include themed weeks as part of their curriculum are great opportunities for children to discover the world around them. Discover how your child can benefit from themed weeks at My Childcare Academy.
June 20, 2019
Leaving your child in the care of others can be nerve-racking, right? That is especially true for parents who have children with special needs. If your child has a peanut allergy, for example, you’re constantly chasing down every PB&J sandwich or peanut butter cookie they’re offered. It’s a lot of work! You put a lot…
March 22, 2019
We understand how hard it can be for parents to leave their children in the care of others. We want you to know that My Childcare Academy is with you, and we want you to feel involved as much as possible. That’s why we use Brightwheel—an app that will keep you updated about your child’s activities and accomplishments.
December 26, 2018
Your child’s safety is your top priority, right? Use our seven-point checklist to see what more you could be doing to keep your child safe while they’re in their car seat.
December 7, 2018
Looking for care options for your child while you’re away at work? Discover the difference between a childcare provider and a babysitter.
October 1, 2018
Working parents don’t have it easy. They have a lot on their plates. Every parent wants what’s best for their child, and it’s hard to trust others with their care. Many parents may worry they’re doing their children a disservice by sending them to a daycare center during the week. Well, it may comfort you…