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by Administrator | July 29, 2016 | Get to Know Our Staff

Meet Ms. Jennifer, the lead pre-kindergarten teacher (and soon-to-be team lead) from our location on Baptist Rd. in Pittsburgh, PA. While she has only been a staff member for a couple months, she has been a part of the Tutor Time family for eight years as both of her children have attended our programs. Read […]

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by Dr. Susan Canizares | July 14, 2016 | Child Development

Conflict can be uncomfortable for young children, causing anxiety or fear. This is true for many adults as well. However, it is natural, and occurs on a daily basis. It is typical for young children to experience conflict over toys, space, relationships, and power. As a parent, you are the biggest influence in your child’s […]

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by Administrator | July 13, 2016 | Ideas

Beat the heat this summer with our essential list of water activities to blast away summer boredom. Just add water—and a little imagination—to get started.   Laundry Day: Develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills with: rope, clothespins, tub of water, washcloths, and soap. Practice wringing out wet items and hanging them up to dry. […]

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by Administrator | July 12, 2016 | Holiday Activities

Today is Cow Appreciation Day! Check out our infographic below to learn some fascinating facts about this incredible animal!

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by Administrator | June 28, 2016 | Child Development

Why is it so difficult for toddlers to share? To put it simply, their brains do not yet have the ability to comprehend the patience, compassion and planning that sharing requires. “Children under two often have difficulty sharing because they have not yet developed a sense of empathy,” says Bonnie Bonifield, education expert at Tutor Time. […]

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by Administrator | June 23, 2016 | Get to Know Our Staff

Meet Ms. Courtney, one of the lead teachers in the Infant D classroom (ages one to two) at our Tutor Time location in East Greenbush, NY. She graduated from Hudson Valley Community College in early childhood education and has been at this center for two and a half years. Read on to learn more about […]

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by Administrator | June 14, 2016 | Ideas

With five simple ingredients and four easy steps, you can create hours of summer fun for your family. All kids love bubbles, but yours will go gaga for these gigantic ones. Step 1. Here’s how you start: 6 cups water ½ cup dish soap 1/2 cup corn starch 1 Tbsp baking powder 1 Tbsp glycerine Step 2. […]

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by Dr. Susan Canizares | June 14, 2016 | Child Development

As adults, we’re compelled to think about other people’s perspectives before we act or speak. If we don’t consider how our words and actions will make others feel, we may end up seeming impolite or even thoughtless. When you’re able to imagine a situation from someone else’s perspective, or “put yourself in their shoes,” you […]

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by Administrator | May 24, 2016 | Get to Know Our Staff

Meet Ms. Angie, the Lead Teacher in the Two Year Old classroom at our location on West 21st Street in Wichita, KS. She has worked at Tutor Time for a total of five years but has worked with children since graduating high school, which was when she realized she was meant to teach in an early […]

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by Administrator | May 20, 2016 | Nutrition | Press Releases

Today we were honored to be recognized by the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) for the work we do every day to help children Grow Fit and learn to make healthy choices. Speaking at the fifth Annual Building a Healthier Future Summit, PHA President and CEO Larry Soler recalled the impression our children made […]

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