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by Dr. Susan Canizares | February 7, 2018 | Child Development

It can be hard to tell the difference between age-appropriate behaviors, and those behaviors that may signal a deeper problem. Age-appropriate behaviors, even if they are challenging, are behaviors that help children learn and progress in their social development. It is normal and necessary for children to test limits in order to learn about relationships […]

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by Learning Care Group | March 18, 2013 | Nutrition

Every day, we learn how important it is to Grow Fit™ – with plenty of daily exercise and a healthy diet. So on March 20, we’re rolling out a rainbow of healthy colors in honor of National Nutrition Month! That day, everyone is coming to school dressed in the color of their favorite or “secret” healthy […]

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by Learning Care Group | February 20, 2013 | Child Development

We help you make the most of summer with a Summer Camp that combines fun and education! But don’t just take our word for it. Take a look at the reviews we’ve received from parents just like you. Title: Learning at Summer Camp! A Happy Camper, Meridian Charter Township, MI Story: My daughter has been […]

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by Learning Care Group | February 20, 2013 | Nutrition | Recipes

We asked and you answered. We received hundreds of your favorite child-friendly and easy-to-prepare recipes for breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner and have narrowed it down to these four outstanding winners! These delicious recipes were reviewed by our registered dietician and taste-tested by our children in our schools. We’re sure your family will enjoy these […]

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by Learning Care Group | February 19, 2013 | Kindergarten Readiness

Our Private Kindergarten Program introduces a more formal education while continuing to promote the joy and wonder children have about their world. Aligned with national and state standards for Kindergarten, we balance structure and subject focus with exploration and fun. Low student/teacher ratios and smaller class sizes allow our degreed Kindergarten teachers to spend quality […]

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by Learning Care Group | December 5, 2012 | Work/Life Balance

It’s that time of year again when we tend to make resolutions that are hard to keep, and promises to ourselves that we cannot seem to remember. Here’s an idea: What if this year we did it differently? How about simply doing a better job of being “in the moment?” Try out these seven steps […]

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by Dr. Heather Wittenberg | April 8, 2011 | Child Development

By Dr. Heather Ah, the bliss of babyhood. Tiny ones who snuggle, coo and nap on a regular schedule. Why can’t it stay that way forever? We quickly forget the strain of those early, sleepless nights with baby as we confront the new challenges of TODDLERHOOD. With this in mind, let’s talk about toddlers. Here, […]

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