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The Best Yoga Benefits for Children

Posted on July 30th, 2019 · Posted in Legacy Academy

Now that yoga has become more popular in the US, parents and teachers here are realizing that yoga isn’t just for adults. In fact, they’ve found lots of yoga benefits.. read more

Chore Ideas for Young Children

Posted on June 28th, 2019 · Posted in Legacy Academy

Chores are great for young children. When children feel like they’re helping around the house, they get a self-esteem boost. Furthermore, you get to help your kids build good habits.. read more

Preparing Your Child for a Doctor’s Checkup

Posted on May 29th, 2019 · Posted in Legacy Academy

Medical checkups are important for children, both for their health and for your peace of mind. However, many young children develop anxiety about doctor’s visits. These fears stem from all.. read more

Baby-Proofing Tips to Keep Your Little One Safe

Posted on April 30th, 2019 · Posted in Early Child Care, Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

Welcoming a baby brings all sorts of new dimensions to family life. For example, you may feel overwhelmed looking around your home and considering how to keep your baby safe… read more

Fostering friendships among children of diverse ages can be challenging, but it is well worth the work.

Fostering Friendships Between Children of Different Ages

Posted on March 29th, 2019 · Posted in Legacy Academy

It is safe to assume that parents want their children to have healthy, strong bonds with their peers. Fostering friendship is one of the reasons parents pursue quality childcare options,.. read more

Surrounding a child with quality learning toys gives him or her the opportunity to develop important skills while also using imagination and creativity.

Learning Toys That Encourage Life Skills

Posted on February 22nd, 2019 · Posted in Legacy Academy

Young children learn best through play. In fact, the majority of a child’s early skills, both emotional and physical, are developed through their regular and spontaneous interaction with the world.. read more

Feed a distracted baby

How to Feed a Distracted Baby

Posted on January 24th, 2019 · Posted in Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

You settle in to feed your little one, sitting in the rocking chair as normal. You know the baby is hungry; she’s been giving you lots of signals. However, as.. read more

Childcare near home

Should You Choose Childcare Near Home or Work?

Posted on December 26th, 2018 · Posted in Early Child Care, Legacy Academy

Choosing a childcare facility is a highly individual process for every family. You want excellent care for your child, but there are countless other factors that impact how well a.. read more

Developing Your Toddler’s Number Sense

Developing Your Toddler’s Number Sense

Posted on November 28th, 2018 · Posted in Early Child Care, Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

Number sense, or the internal sense of quantities and numbers, begins early. While teaching your child to count is very important, there is much more to number sense than simply.. read more

Babies communicate

Ways that Babies Communicate

Posted on October 31st, 2018 · Posted in Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

It can seem that your relationship with your child doesn’t truly begin until they can speak. However, a close observer will find dozens of ways that even the smallest babies.. read more