Kiddie Academy Infant
Tips for a Good Sleeping Routine: Newborns-School Aged

Sleep can be a huge conundrum for families. Babies and children not sleeping well may mean parents sacrifice their own sleep, less than ideal for all. Think, for a moment, how do you feel after you haven’t gotten a decent night sleep? You’re probably cranky, short-tempered and slower than normal to…

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Kiddie Academy Dance
Staying Healthy and Fit by Moving and Grooving!

Dancing is a fun way to engage your family in a healthy dose of groovy exercise! And while the physical activity of dance is an appealing alternative to traditional exercise, there are many other developmental attributes including mental, social, creative, and language benefits! If you are wondering when your child will start marching to the…

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When Your Kid Cuts His Own Hair

What would you do if you walked into a room only to find a pile of your little one’s beautiful locks in a clump on the floor and your toddler standing over them with scissors, having just given herself a fresh clipping? “I’d cry,” said Kiddie Academy’s Director of Marketing…

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Create the Star-Spangled Banner Living Flag and Be a Part of History!

Did you know that September 14, 2014 marks the 200th anniversary of the writing of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” our National Anthem? This Bicentennial year provides a unique opportunity to raise awareness and connect with two of our greatest symbols of freedom and democracy – the flag and the anthem. On…

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Five Reasons to Explore Sensory Play

Sensory play is a simple but important concept for teaching children about the world.  We all had our first experience tasting a sour lemon, or holding a cold ice cube.  These are examples of sensory play – using the five senses to investigate your surroundings. Here are five reasons to…

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