World Peace Begins in Early Childhood

World Peace Begins in Early Childhood

In 2000 a Polish graphic designer submitted an image to an international art competition sponsored by the ‘Museum on the Seam for Dialogue, Understanding and Coexistence’.  The image is pictured on the right of this page. From there the image has been...
How children learn?

How children learn?

How do people learn?  Chances are if you ask almost anyone, they will tell you they learn best by doing. This is a commonality across all ages, genders, cultures, ages and disciplines. The best way to learn to make a pie is to make a pie. One can certainly be told...
Toilet Training in Child Learning Centers

Toilet Training in Child Learning Centers

Child Learning Centers have a major influence in a child’s experience of toilet training. Becoming “potty trained” is a major milestone in a child (and parent’s) life. Being able to use the toilet like all the older members of a child’s...
Bonding and Attachment in Early Learning Centers

Bonding and Attachment in Early Learning Centers

Early Learning Centers that offer care for infants and toddlers must attend to the all important process of bonding and attachment. The critical importance of secure bonding and a strong, secure emotional attachment between parents and infants is common knowledge and...
Preschool to Kindergarten Transition

Preschool to Kindergarten Transition

Preschool a Necessary Prerequisite for Entering Kindergarten As a result of the advances in educational expectations that over the last 20 years, prerequisites for five year old children entering kindergarten has accelerated dramatically.  In order to meet these Pre-K...
No Screens Policy at James’ Place Child Development Center

No Screens Policy at James’ Place Child Development Center

Early Childhood Development and Media Access According to experts in early childhood development, brain development between ages birth and age 3 is exponential. This critical period lays the foundation for brain functioning the remainder of a child’s life. ...