At the Blue Elephant, we do everything we can to help our little learners grow, mature, and develop into the absolute best people they can be. That means we work hard to find the best teaching talent that the community has to offer, we structure our lesson plans on the latest, most accurate findings in developmental science, and we make every day in our classrooms a fun, engaging learning experience. That being said, a lot of a child’s development happens outside the classroom, and parents often tell us it’s hard to know where to look for guidance on how to nurture their child. To help, we’ve compiled a handy list of great resources you can refer to when you have questions on how to help your child be the best they can be.
These are some great places to go when you want a little inspiration, but aren’t sure what kind.
These associations play an important role in shaping policy around early childcare, and they can give you an idea
of best practice for both childcare facilities and caring for your children at home.
For parents of children with special needs, these sites can provide resources on how best to care for your child.
Here are some places for helpful tips on caring for a new baby:
We hope you found these resources helpful, and we encourage you to explore them – while the pages we linked are great for specific help, all of these websites have troves of information and tips, so don’t be afraid to look around them. If you have any questions or want to find out how an early child learning center can help your child, feel free to call us at 469.287.0332, read up on our curriculum, or reach out to us at our contact page. We can’t wait to hear from you, and we look forward to helping your child thrive!