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by Administrator | October 25, 2017 | Get to Know Our Staff

Meet Ms. Latrice, the amazing lead teacher for our kindergarten prep program at Tutor Time in West Haven, CT. She started working at Tutor Time 10 years ago but has 15 total years of experience in early education programs. Read on to learn more about this talented member of our Tutor Time team!   Can […]

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by Administrator | October 13, 2017 | Child Development

Young children are bombarded with sensations and information everyday. They struggle to understand their experiences and make sense of the world and their place in it. How can a child, four years old or even younger, hope to make sense of this complex world? The answer is play:  we know children learn and develop socially, […]

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by Administrator | October 10, 2017 | Holiday Activities | Safety and Security

Parents, here are some friendly reminders to help ensure your ghouls and goblins have a great Halloween this year. Stay Close to Mom and Dad – Young children should always have adult supervision when trick-or-treating. If you can’t go with them, see if another parent can take them. Kids should never go into a stranger’s house […]

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by Administrator | October 6, 2017 | Holiday Activities | Ideas

Let’s face it: It’s all too soon before your child only wants a store-bought, pop culture-character-of-the-moment Halloween costume. So, quick, before they get too old, dress them up in adorable coordinated costumes with their sibling(s), classmates, or even your entire family. (You’re never too old for a good Halloween costume.) Inspiration is everywhere: your family’s […]

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by Dr. Susan Canizares | October 6, 2017 | Child Development

One of the biggest questions parents ask while raising children is when to start toilet training. While there is no specific correct answer, most children are ready to start toilet training somewhere between the ages of 22 and 30 months. Some children can be ready earlier; other children may take longer to become interested. There […]

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