Category : Early Childhood Education McKinney TX

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Five Ways to Display Your Child’s Artwork

It is always a fun day as a parent when your child brings home some new artwork that they are proud of creating. When you try to place the art on your refrigerator, you realize that the door is COVERED in art! Too much artwork is a problem that many parents experience. The great news is that you don’t have to get rid of any of them. Luckily, there are tons of other solutions for displaying your child’s artwork! Here are five ways to display your child’s artwork! Five Fun Ways to Display Your Child’s Artwork Floating Shelves – Floating Read more
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How to Help Your Child with their Homework

Helping your child with their homework can be a delicate balance to strike. You want to be there and be helpful, but you also need to make sure that you are not doing it for them. Getting homework done is more complicated than it used to be. In addition to the challenges that come with balancing school with sports and other after school programs, expectations are higher. There is also a large variety of distractions that come with our children’s constant access to smartphones, laptops, TVs, and tablets. However, things are not hopeless! There are many different ways that parents Read more
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Practicing The Alphabet at Home

Teaching your children something as important as the alphabet can seem like a daunting task. Many parents are concerned they might do something wrong, so they can be more inclined to leave this task solely to their teachers. However, teaching or reinforcing what your child has learned in school about the alphabet is extremely important! The alphabet is the basis of literacy, so continuous practice is important. Here are a few fun ways that McKinney, TX parents can help their children practice at home from the experts at Heritage Learning Center! Practicing the Alphabet at Home Edible Letters – Making Read more
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Feeding A Picky Eater

Many parents all over the country deal with picky eaters. For lots of children, it is just part of their growth process, and they eventually grow out of it. However, for the time that young children are going through that picky eater phase it can be extremely frustrating for parents. For some parents, it can be confusing as to why all of a sudden their child seems to have lost their appetite. Parents often grow more and more frustrated, but do not panic! Heritage Learning Center in McKinney, TX is here to help you figure out the best way to Read more
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Why is Naptime so Important For Young Learners?

We all know how important it is for us to get a goodnight’s sleep. Without it, many of us are irritable and unable to function throughout the day. This same principle applies to our preschoolers as well! Did you know that preschool-age children require between 10-13 hours of sleep per day? We understand how important nap time is for growing children at Heritage Learning Center, so we want to share with you the reasons why it is important for not only their growth but their learning abilities as well. Naptime is Important for Physical Growth Children are constantly growing both Read more
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STEM Education for Young Children

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Since these are relatively “complex” subjects, many parents and educators are unsure of when they should start teaching these subjects to students. Many come to the conclusion that these lessons can wait for elementary school. However, experts stress that STEM should be an important aspect of preschool as well. At Heritage Learning Center in McKinney, TX we understand the importance of STEM education for young children. For this reason, we include STEM in our award-winning preschool programs. STEM is important to expose children to early, because it not only gives them a Read more
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How To Discuss COVID-19 With Your Children

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly everyone in some way. Especially parents with young children. Parents now have to take on the responsibility of not only having their children at home all the time but also having to take on the role of teacher. This is a huge change for the majority of children, and obviously, many of them want to know why all of this is happening. Explaining the current world situation to a child is a difficult task for many parents. Understanding this, the award-winning, McKinney, TX, Heritage Learning Center staff would like to help parents in any Read more
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Fun Home Exercises to Do with Your Kids

As we are all at home waiting out the virus, two of the most difficult things are making sure your children are keeping busy, and that you can stay in shape. Fortunately, we have a list of fun exercises that you and your children can do together. While it is difficult for us to help out parents since we are stuck at home too, trying to give you as much information as possible is the least we can do. Exercising with your family is a great way to relieve stress together in this crazy time. Here are a few fun Read more
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Books to Read With Your Child

Many parents are struggling to take on the role of their child’s teacher while their children are forced to learn from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is especially difficult for parents whose children are not quite reading on their own yet. Even though we are unable to have your children, at school, the educators at Heritage Learning Center, an award-winning McKinney, TX daycare center, still want to help parents in any way we can. One way that we would like to do this is by giving parents a list of books that they can read aloud with their Read more
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What Should Your Kid Know Before Kindergarten?

The first year of kindergarten can feel like a monumental step for children, so introducing important pre-k skills in advance can help both you and your children experience a soothing peace of mind on the first day of class. Part of our goal here at Heritage Learning Center is to be the preschool in McKinney, TX who truly teaches your children what they need to know before kindergarten. As a concerned parent, it’s only natural to question how much of learning should be taught at home. Not to mention, what skills and concepts kids should familiarize themselves with before entering Read more