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by Administrator | January 11, 2018 | Safety and Security

Tutor Time’s parent company, the Learning Care Group, is opening a window for parents into their child’s school day with real-time photos, videos and updates anytime, anywhere. The early childhood education leader is ensuring that families enrolled at its preschools nationwide feel as close to their children as possible during school hours through brightwheel – […]

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by Dr. Susan Canizares | March 4, 2016 | Early Education & Literacy

March is National Reading Month! Of course, reading to young children introduces new vocabulary, but studies have shown that there are numerous other benefits, as well. Reading can calm your child, especially in times of stress. It promotes a longer attention span and improved ability to concentrate. It encourages communication and bonding between you and […]

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by Administrator | February 26, 2016 | Get to Know Our Staff

Ms. Paige – Lead Infant Teacher at our Bloomingdale, IL center – has worked at Tutor Time for three years, but has nearly a decade of experience working with little ones. What does she love so much about teaching in the infant classroom? Read on to find out!   Tell us about your background? Went […]

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by Administrator | January 21, 2016 | Get to Know Our Staff

Meet Ms. Karyn, the talented Director at our Tutor Time in Matthews, NC! She attended college for family and child development and has worked in child care and education for almost 13 years – seven of those at Tutor Time. Read our Q&A to learn more about Karyn and how she makes a difference in […]

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by Administrator | December 17, 2015 | Get to Know Our Staff

Ms.  Melissa, Lead Preschool Teacher and Team Lead at our center in Grand Rapids, MI, has worked at Tutor Time since May and has a wealth of experience in child care. Read our Q&A with her to learn about why she chose a career in early childhood education and what she finds so rewarding about […]

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by Administrator | September 10, 2015 | Get to Know Our Staff

Ms. Debbie is the team lead and preschool teacher at our Peoria, AZ location, and her contagious laughter, silly nature and love of early education makes her an integral part of our Tutor Time team! Continue reading to learn more about Ms. Debbie, including how her passion for crafting led her students to build an […]

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by Dr. Susan Canizares | July 21, 2015 | Child Development | Early Education & Literacy

Finding the right preschool for your child is an important step in their development. Having a formal educational experience before entering elementary school contributes significantly to their cognitive development, social skills, and autonomy. Here are five essential considerations when deciding on your child’s early educational experience: Parenting Style – You have your own communication style […]

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by Administrator | July 7, 2015 | Get to Know Our Staff

Natalie Cole, Team Lead at Tutor Time in Concord, NC has been working with children for 10 years and has been at Tutor Time for six of those. She worked in several classrooms at the center, including the toddler, pre-kindergarten and junior kindergarten rooms, before taking on her current role. Read on to learn more […]

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by Dr. Susan Canizares | March 4, 2015 | Child Development

What is primary caregiving? It’s a system that ensures our classrooms meet each child’s unique needs, that each child is properly supervised, and that each child’s developmental needs and abilities are communicated accurately to families. Most importantly, a primary caregiver system also leads to greater levels of attachment, which is critical to a child’s growth […]

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by Learning Care Group | May 28, 2013 | Work/Life Balance

One of our own favorite moms, Harmony Faust, recently became a mother to the adorable Henry, and she’s learned very quickly some of the trials and tribulations of being a parent. Check out her “Mom”ent to see why being a mom is sometimes more of a “poopy” job than one expects. My friends with babies […]

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