The EEC has promised to release new guidelines this week to help home daycare Providers across Massachusetts open their doors on or before June 29. But will they be comprehensive or realistic enough to be put into action?
Ms. Sandy, a NeighborSchools Provider in Haverhill, joined WBUR’s Radio Boston to share her concerns and predictions for the new child care landscape.
To help us prepare for a new reality, Ms. Dottie shares four key takeaways from her experience as an Emergency Care Provider.
Take a deep breath, here are 3 mindfulness activities to do with your little one.
Whether it’s been a few days or a week or two, there’s a good chance that you’re running out of things to do around the house with your little one. If that’s the case, let’s amp up the creativity and fun a bit for you both—without the screens. At NeighborSchools, it’s our mission to arm […]
Home with your little ones? Here are 7 of our favorite virtual learning & play programs to help engage children at home.
How do infants perceive the world around them? Babies,” a new, six-part docuseries sets out to answer that universal question—with science.
What do an applesauce cup, an empty coffee can, and a cardboard box have in common? They’re “trash” that can easily become toys that will engage your toddler’s imagination and develop motor skills – for free!
Do you wish transitions with your toddler or preschooler were easier? Getting your sleepy little one up and dressed, socks and shoes on, jacket, lunch, and snack packed can feel like an obstacle course, complete with quicksand and camouflaged traps. After a long day at work, getting your daughter from school to home to dinner, from bath to bed, is equally daunting.
This play dough recipe is not only a fun activity for small children, but it will also fill your home or school with the delightful, seasonal scent of freshly baked gingerbread.