A father is one of the most important people in the world for a child! He is someone they look up to and who makes them smile and believe in good. We at “Baby Genius Day Care Center” are very proud of our dads and wish them always be able to be there for their […]
Brothers and sisters share a very special connection… They are joined heart to heart! We are lucky to have siblings in our daycare center! Every day we get a chance to see how they care about each other and support their beloved brothers and sisters. The sibling love is pure and sincere, the true gift […]
Our weekly music classes provide many opportunities for children to sing, move, listen to the music, and play instruments. Such activities benefit child’s development. Through sound effects, imaginative play and storytelling are encouraged. Music help young children develop a sense of teamwork and social skills. Playing age-appropriate musical instruments contributes heavily to development of a […]
Daily physical activity is essential for children’s growth and development, and children are more physically active if outdoor time is provided. At “Baby Genius Day Care Center”, regular outside play is one of our priorities because mastering gross motor skills has important and lasting effects on children’s health and development, just as important as learning […]
While free play is very important for toddlers’ well-being, the structured learning is necessary for young children in order for them to gain understanding of basic math concepts and recognition of letters and shapes. Using puppets is an effective teaching strategy that makes learning easy and fun!
Play is the most effective and powerful way for young children to learn about themselves, others and the world. Free play has the biggest influence on child’s development because it gives children an opportunity to experiment with toys and create their own games. Through play, children learn the concepts, skills, and tasks needed to set a solid foundation for later school and life success.
Older toddlers are eager for playmates. Before the age of two they may have been content to play side-by-side other children. Now they play with peers by acting out stories, setting up train tracks together, or negotiating who gets to throw the ball first.