Millions of Americans ask themselves every day the important question of, can I afford childcare or should I stay home to take care of my kids. Although it is such a large cost for most families, information about the actual economics of the decision is hard to come by. Many parents go through the process of deciding whether or not it makes sense to take a career break to care for their young children, and who would do so. Michael Madowitz an economist for the think tank Cent
Every child you raise is unique and different in their own special way. At Star Montessori we’ve seen over 2,000 kids come and go through our program. Trust me we’ve seen a lot but every day still brings about new experiences. I’ve had a few parents ask us through the years about their children’s sleep habits. Once your child reaches around 18 months they develop a sense of self, they can play pretend (with stuffed animals, etc), recognize body parts, and ironically nap less.
As a working parent, your time is precious and you spend as much time as you can focusing on your child’s development. It takes patience, awareness, flexibility, and time to ensure a positive developmental process for your child. At Star Montessori, we don’t want your child’s development to stop at home; our teachers are dedicated to continue to be a positive part of their development. We see your children through their ups and downs and are there to guide them, lift them up,
As a parent of four kids of my own and not always owning a childcare facility I had an eye for what really mattered to me in a childcare facility. I prioritized must haves based on my needs (yours may be a bit different) but they are all still really important! Word of mouth – why not hear from parents who have already been there! There is no better story than hearing reviews from parents who go to the childcare center every day. You may learn a lot more about the school thro