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ABC Preschool & Childcare http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org Albuquerque Daycare Services Fri, 20 Dec 2013 20:29:23 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.5 Brain Health for Small Children http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/brain-health-small-children/ http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/brain-health-small-children/#comments Fri, 20 Dec 2013 20:28:48 +0000 http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/?p=390 [This is a guest post by Eric Balaster who is the co-founder at Pure Nootropics, LLC where he studies the human brain and how compounds interact with growth and development.] Your child’s brain and development undergoes incredible changes during the first few years of life. During these early years, it is imperative to help your child develop in an optimal way so that they are compassionate, intelligent, and productive members of society. There are a wide variety of lifestyle factors that alter the growth of a child’s brain. Using some of the following tips can help you to optimize the growth of your child and help them to reach their full potential. Food Choices Matter Any responsible parent is aware that food choices matter, but it can be hard to determine what is best for a small child who has a developing brain. Of course, there are plenty of dietary guidelines for the elderly, women looking to lose weight, and muscular men, but what about children? What kind of foods should you pack for your children for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? The best possible foods for children are eggs. The choline in eggs provides children with the precursor to develop acetylcholine, which is a neurotransmitter responsible for memory formation. Because there are so many memories that a child needs to keep through their youth, the more choline the better. Also, eggs have a lot of healthy fats and protein that will help to provide your child’s body with as much growth as the brain. Stay away from sweet and sugary breakfast cereals in the morning and instead replace it with some eggs. Your child can even have some butter or high quality cheese with the eggs for some additional healthy fat and calcium. When it comes to other food choices, just try to remove all processed items from the diet completely and replace them with plenty of fruits and vegetables. Make sure to provide children with plenty of carbohydrates in the form of sweet potatoes, yams, and rice. If you can avoid pasta and bread it would be better for the children in the long-run, but sometimes it can’t be helped! Sleep Choices for Children Getting enough sleep is key for any developing brain and for a child it is even more important. There are three parts to memory formation in any brain and one of these is called “encoding”, which is done during sleep. Without adequate time for the encoding process, there is no way for a child to be at their highest potential. Make sure that your child gets enough sleep, but also goes to bed at the same time every day if possible. Irregularity in their sleep schedule is one of the biggest problems when it comes to their ability to remember. Challenge the Mind to Help it Grow Another important aspect of improving a child’s mind is constantly challenging them in new fields. Even though a school or kindergarten will help to challenge them, there are various other ways to help your child to develop even more during these important years. Make sure to challenge them in creative ways that school neglects so that they get the most out of their childhood.

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Parental Duty When Children Fight http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/parental-duty-when-children-fight/ http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/parental-duty-when-children-fight/#comments Fri, 27 Sep 2013 22:31:02 +0000 http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/?p=384 Many times during a child’s time in school, there are going to be confrontations with other students. It is a normal part of life that everyone has to deal with while growing up and in the adult world. In fact, going to school and having these confrontations can often be healthy for children who need to know how to handle these actions in the adult world. As a parent, it is hard to stay out of the way when two children are fighting, but unless there is anything physical going on it might be a good idea. Fighting Between Peers Of course, friction between individuals is never enjoyable for any party, but sometimes it is best to let grievances be open in the adult world. As children, things are much the same. Kids who have problems with others need to be able to either express themselves openly, be assertive enough to protect themselves, or simply understand how to confront others when the time is right. More importantly, many children must learn how to have conflict with others so as to not make them feel bad or resort to behavior that is in poor taste like physical assault. Children need to learn to deal with conflict themselves, after all their parents will not always be there for them. Fighting within a peer group can be a tough thing to allow as a parent, but sometimes it is better to let things happen. Trying to protect your kid from being berated is the first instinct of any parent, but it might be doing more harm than good. While preventing physical harm between children is a good idea, sometimes it can be best to let situations play out verbally in order to develop their ability for conflict resolution. Conflict Resolution with Children Sometimes, parents have a tendency to tell their children to let it go or stop any kind of hostility towards another child because the problems seem trivial. However, this is not a response that children want to hear and it will definitely not provide them with any lessons they can learn from later on in life. When learning conflict resolution, it is important for children to have first-hand experience developing remedies for themselves. As a parent, there are a few things that you can tell your children who are embroiled in conflict to help them out. No matter what conflict a child or adult is involved with, remaining calm and reducing blood pressure is always a healthy task. Tell them not to get worked up and to realize that things will be alright. Working on their temper as a side issue of conflict resolution is perfectly fine, but keep in mind that allowing the story to play out on its own is not always bad. This is a far healthier and better process for the children to go through. While they may not yet know it, they will thank you later on for allowing them to develop the right kind of skills. Be patient and your children will benefit immensely by being allowed to follow through and handle conflicts for themselves.

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New Mexico Computer Recyclers http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/new-mexico-computer-recyclers/ http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/new-mexico-computer-recyclers/#comments Mon, 26 Aug 2013 15:20:49 +0000 http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/?p=376 ABC Preschool & Childcare is grateful to New Mexico Computer Recyclers for the assistance they have provided to us over the years. I rarely post about other local businesses, but NM Computer Recyclers is worthy of such a mention. With school starting back up, children need access to a computers; NM Computer Recyclers provides affordable refurbished computers to people in need. For those with old computer equipment, NM Computer Recyclers will take and dispose of such items free of charge. When recycling with NM Computer Recyclers, there is no need to worry about your data getting shared, as their process destroys all such data. At ABC we’ve used NM Computer Recyclers’ for the computers placed in the various classrooms, and will continue to use them as our computer source. We’ve also had issues with some old computers (not purchased from NM Computer Recyclers) that needed fixing, and NM Computer Recyclers did a great job with a fast turn around time. Be sure to check out NM Computer Recyclers for your computer and computer repair needs (and be sure to tell them that Irene sent you). New Mexico Computer Recyclers 5445 Edith Blvd NW, Ste D Albuquerque, NM 87107 (505) 401-6911 www.nmcomputerrecyclers.com

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Arranging Play Dates with Children http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/arranging-play-dates-with-children/ http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/arranging-play-dates-with-children/#comments Sun, 04 Aug 2013 17:11:27 +0000 http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/?p=353 Some kids have no trouble making friends convincing their parents to have play dates on a regular basis. However, there are definitely a few shy kids that prefer to spend their time with parents, on their own, or with their own toys. As the youthful brain is incredibly creative, that is generally fine. Yet, it is important for children to get to know their peers and how to interact with one another. In many ways, play dates are essential for kids to grow up with the proper social skills that they need in order to be normal and successful later on in life. As a parent, it is your responsibility to facilitate this learning process. Socializing When Young There are many different types of people and ranges of extra-version and introversion and there are benefits to both personality types. Nonetheless, it is a good idea for introverted children to spend some time with their peers to get a better idea of how to socialize as they grow up. As children, it is not always easy to get out of the comfort zone with other people, which is why play dates can force the issue to a point where they can learn from such play dates. In many cases, play dates with other friends will be welcomed no matter how introverted the child. Human interaction between children is usually fantastic and parents rarely need to cajole their kids to play with others. Nonetheless, it is important to make sure there is always an opportunity for your children to meet and interact with people they are not necessarily familiar with. Doing this, they will learn a lot about themselves and the world. Parental Role for Socializing As a parent, it is your responsibility to put in the time necessary to help your kids meet others they are not familiar with. Whether your friends have young children or there is a party that will have a group of kids, it is necessary to put your children in uncomfortable situations and allow them to rise to the top on their own, and learn to handle themselves in these types of situations. In many cases, this will make them stronger as people and stronger when it comes to socializing, which is what everyone wants for their kids. Many statistics support the idea that children exposed to childcare or a preschool setting are generally better off in social situations. Make sure you are committed to providing your children with all of the time that they need in order to get used to others. Introversion is never a problem, but learning how to socialize is a skill that every child should accumulate through years of childhood. Play Dates and Children As far as play dates are concerned, you are not going to have much of a fight from your kids. Playing with friends is a lot easier than getting them to bathe, nap, or eat the right foods in most cases. Nonetheless, facilitating the meetings even when it may be inconvenient for your schedule is imperative if you want your children to grow up with the right mentality. More importantly, your children will thank you profusely for giving them more time to be creative and have fun with their friends.

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Helping Toddlers Sleep http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/helping-toddlers-sleep/ http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/helping-toddlers-sleep/#comments Sun, 09 Jun 2013 17:45:57 +0000 http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/?p=344 Parents most often have the hardest time helping their children sleep at normal times due to hectic nap schedules and other factors. This can pose a huge problem as children need at least 10 or more hours of sleep every night to develop their brain properly. Furthermore, parents who are trying to hold down a job or maintain other responsibilities find it very difficult to do their work when sleep is held hostage by a small child. Using some of the tips we provide, hopefully you can have your toddler sleeping at the right time that you need. Talk Them to Sleep One great method of having your children go to sleep is to speak to each other often while they are getting ready for bed and avoid distractions like television or computer games. Trying to discern what you are saying, toddlers will often pay attention for a while before they ultimately succumb to restlessness. The reason most toddlers can’t go to sleep immediately is because they are in a hyperactive state towards the end of the night with whatever it is that they are doing. When they spend their time playing games or doing other high energy activity, it makes it difficult for them to fall asleep right away; this is the case when watching television or playing computer games. In addition, naps that went on earlier in the day can be a serious disruption when it comes to whether or not the toddlers are going to be able to sleep at the right time. Timing Naps Well Even though your child will want to avoid taking naps in order to play or do something else, most toddlers do need the rest at a certain point in the day. Once this point comes, it is good to get the toddlers into a routine that is early enough they will still be tired when bedtime comes around later in the night. If you are sleeping for too long in the afternoon, there is a good possibility your child will be unable to go to sleep, which creates the problem that we all dread. Timing out the naps during the afternoon, while still staying flexible enough to accommodate your children, will give you a great advantage over the nightmare that occurs when you’re all away until 3:00 a.m. in the morning. Sleep for Toddlers and Parents As much as sleep is incredibly important for toddlers, it is just as necessary for parents as well. To maintain vigilance and provide children with all the necessary help they need, make sure you are providing enough sleep for yourself as well. Helping toddlers to get rest by timing their naps well in the afternoon will be beneficial for both you and your kids. Even though they might fight sleeping, in the end they will thank you for giving them more time to rest in the morning. You’ll thank yourself as well!

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Children and Toys with Batteries http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/children-and-toys-with-batteries/ http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/children-and-toys-with-batteries/#comments Fri, 10 May 2013 16:52:56 +0000 http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/?p=328 Anyone who has played with toys recently, knows that battery operated devices are prominent  Kids are starting to play with technologically advanced toys at an earlier age, which can be great for their creativity, but bad for their safety. In many of these toys, the batteries are exposed or easy for the children to take out, which can lead to problems if they try to put them in their mouth. Not only are they a significant choking hazard, but they can also lead to some stomach problems if swallowed. Reducing Risk for Children Although it can be a lot of fun to play with electronic toys, many accidents occur with batteries every single year. One of the ways of reducing risks with children is to put tape over the toys that have batteries inside. The tape acts as a protector so that kids cannot take out the batteries. Even though tape is not the largest deterrent for children, it is definitely an effective way of removing some level of risk from your child as he plays with toys. Another way of removing risk is to watch them closely as they play with electronic toys. It is always good to watch toddlers and young children especially so you can make sure they are not putting things into their mouth. Supervision, is one of the core factors of our Albuquerque Childcare centers. Even though it might not be a risk for older children, there is no telling what they may do if they find a toy or electronic device they have never seen or found before. Resolving Battery Mishaps If a baby or toddler swallows batteries, you need to call 911 immediately and see what they can do to help you. Not only will you have help sent to you, but instructions will be given in order for you to make things better as quickly as you possibly can. Even though the vast majority of people do not have any problems with batteries, it is best that you are not within this small percentage of people. The battery can create some significant problems to the stomach of a baby if you are not careful. Make sure you pay particular attention to your baby when you give them the electronic toy because the acid that is in most batteries is not only harmful, but it is also deadly. Choking on batteries is also a problem that many people face. Battery Toys and Children The number of toys that have batteries are many, so it is important to be aware of such items. Devices are getting better and better at preventing children from accessing batteries. Many items that your child has access to today have batteries, things like remote controls, video games, computer equipment, and many other devices. Obviously some batteries are going to be more difficult for the child to swallow than others (thing a 9v battery vs a disc battery that goes in a watch or hearing aid). More than likely, the children will benefit from some battery toys, as the these toys are designed to teach make the children more intelligent, creative, or just improve cognition in general. Still, it is important to watch your kids as play with such items so as to ensure they are not swallowing the batteries or putting them in their mouth. If something does happen, be ready to call 911 and perform any kind of emergency protocol they may see fit for the situation you are in.

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Importance of Early Childhood Education – Infographic http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/importance-of-early-childhood-education-infographic/ http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/importance-of-early-childhood-education-infographic/#comments Tue, 30 Apr 2013 02:29:37 +0000 http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/?p=321 Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Wise words spoken, but even more specifically, early learning education is a far greater tool for success. Studies have shown that a child’s earliest years of development are the most critical. The vast majority of neurons are developed between birth and age three, as this is the brain’s peak capacity to retain new information. Since children are most receptive to information at a young age, early learning exposure plays an essential role in fostering mental development. Science shows that taking in new sights, sounds and information plays a paramount component in the formation of active neural pathways. Let’s take a look at some additional benefits attributed to the onset of early learning! Benefits of Early Learning  Perhaps the most fundamental elements of early learning are: Improved social skills Reduction in special needs services Better academic performance Longer attention spans An increase of informational retention Higher graduation rates at the high school level Reduced behavioral problems throughout school career Reduction in crime affiliations Furthermore, every dollar that taxpayers spend on early-education averages out to thirteen dollars that is saved in future costs to our society! Supported Research Early learning education has proven, developmental benefits. In recent years, a unique, 25-year study was conducted to highlight the impact of pre-school education into adulthood. Nearly 900 Chicago children who attended the “Child-Parent Center Education Program” in the early 1980s were tracked down as participants for this comparative assessment. Research conclusions were drawn from public records, administrative data and interviews with study participants, and comparisons were made to 500 Chicago youngsters of low-income standings (most of whom DID NOT attend preschool). Researchers found the most enduring effects were a result of exposure to as little as one or two years of preschool, and intensive early childhood experiences accounted for an increase of intellectual skills, social adjustments and motivation. $9,000 is the estimated cost per child for 18 months of preschool, but researchers’ cost-benefit analysis suggests this figure leads to $90,000 worth of benefits per child, in terms of: increased earnings, less criminal behavior and reduced mental health costs. Among the study results: 80% of the preschool group finished high school, versus 75% of the others. Nearly 15% of the preschool group attended a four-year college, versus 11% of the others. 28% of the preschool group had skilled jobs requiring post-high school training, versus 21% of the others. The average annual adult income for the preschool group was about $11,600, versus $10,800 for the others. 14% of the preschool group had abused drugs in adulthood, versus 19% of the others. 48% of the preschool group had been arrested in adulthood, along with 15% who had been incarcerated versus 54% of the others who had been arrested (and the 21% who were incarcerated). Exemplary research offered by the Digest of Educational Statistics show that two-year olds in learning care centers demonstrated greater cognitive skills than children in exclusive care of parents. Furthermore, children who demonstrated a quicker grasp of motor skills were more likely to be in center-based care, rather than home-based care or in the care of a non-relative (ie. baby sitter). In addition, four-year olds in center-based care were more inclined to develop early reading scales, expressive vocabulary, mathematics scales, color knowledge and fine motor skills, in contrast to those cared for exclusively by their parents, babysitters and other care arrangements. As the data suggests, early learning exposure plays an important role in overall, child development. If you are a parent within the Albuquerque area and are in search of superior daycare services, consider the nurturing learning environments of ABC Preschool & Childcare! For further information, visit www.AlbuquerqueDayCare.org (and don’t forget to take a peak at their ‘Early Childhood Education’ infographic, which has provided the informational framework for this blog)! sources: http://web.mit.edu/workplacecenter/docs/Full%20Report.pdf http://www.educationbug.org/a/early-childhood-education-statistics.html http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/06/10/preschool-better-jobs-arrests_n_875036.html http://www.educationcorner.com/importance-of-early-childhood-education.html http://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/education/early-childhood http://readytolearndc.org/parents_why_early_ed.html http://web.jhu.edu/CSOS/early_learning/

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Parenting a Child Being Bullied http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/parenting-a-child-being-bullied/ http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/parenting-a-child-being-bullied/#comments Sat, 27 Apr 2013 00:30:39 +0000 http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/?p=310 At some point in their lives, every child will have to deal with bullying. In many cases, it will come at an early age and parents have to be ready to guide their children in the right direction. While it might seem natural to jump to their aid and try to protect them, it is far better to attempt other methods instead. If you can follow the information provided in this article, there is a good chance you will avoid your child being scarred from bullying or turning into a bully himself. Avoiding Violence at All Costs Parents often believe their children are superior to others, but this natural inclination should not cloud judgment. Never make the mistake of thinking that your child is “right” in a certain situation and never advocate for violence under any circumstances. One exception may be defense, but that is a topic that can come up later. Today, video games and television promote a culture of violence that make dealing with bullies very difficult. When a child is made fun of or ridiculed, it is easy to lash out with violence and anger, but far better to avoid such actions. At our Albuquerque child care centers, the teachers do not allow the children to engage in violent conduct. If you notice your children might be having an issue with bullying, speak to them about their problems and determine how they are feeling. Try to discern whether they feel violent with the person or just want them to quit. It is natural to be violent, but explaining to your children that violence is not the right way to do things is a good task that you would benefit from partaking in. Working on Self Esteem Sometimes the verbal bullying can be the worst kind and while it might not elicit a violent response from your child, they may seem to have significant mental and emotional anguish as a result. This requires you to focus on the consequences of the bully’s actions. Ask your children how they feel as a result of having those kinds of things said to them. If they are not happy about them, ask them why and how they feel about it. Many children will confess that they feel as though something is wrong with them when another individual makes that sound true. As parents, it is your responsibility to help them understand that certain aspects of their appearance can’t be changed and it is better to accept themselves. This type of work on the children’s self-esteem can come at all times, but it is especially important in times when they are feeling down due to a bully. While coddling your child and telling them that everything is okay, and they are perfect just the way they are, is not going to solve all of the self esteem problems; it is a good idea to have some level of sympathy as they go through these hardships. Young children dealing with bullies can be emotionally distraught due to the contrast they usually have while they spend time with their parents at home.

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Foods That Children Need http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/foods-that-children-need/ http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/foods-that-children-need/#comments Tue, 02 Apr 2013 01:34:47 +0000 http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/?p=287 Conventional wisdom is lacking when it comes to foods that children and toddlers need in order to be successful and happy while they are growing up. Most people know that food is important when it comes to children and their development, but they do not know all that they need to know in order to successfully help them grow. In the following article, we will give you a few food tips that should help you to increase the rate in which your child is developing. Our Albuquerque preschools consider a full balanced diet important because it makes your child not only healthier, but also smarter, and more focused as well. Protein and Fat for Children Even though conventional wisdom says that fat is not good, there is a clear difference between types of fat. The fat that comes from frying foods is often very unhealthy for children and adults and should be avoided at all costs. Even excessive animal fat can be too much, unless you are going to the right sources. One of the best types of fats is called omega 3 fatty acid, which is something every brain needs in abundance in order to be completely healthy. Therefore, if you want to make sure you and your children are healthy, get foods that are higher in omega 3 fatty acids. Some of these foods include salmon and eggs, which should be staples of every diet. Eggs are perhaps the best form of fat and protein that you can eat. They have plenty of omega 3 fatty acids and when cooked with avocado or olive oil, you will have a much higher content for your children to eat. In addition, salmon has a layer of omega 3 fatty acids that is perfect for little children to get all their needs. Vegetables and Carbohydrates When it comes to eating carbohydrates, it is good for children to get some brown rice or whole wheat product, but it is definitely not a good idea for them to eat too much. This can cause them to have insulin resistance, which is problematic for children who are younger and younger. As people struggle to deal with insulin sensitivity around the world, providing carbohydrates in the form of vegetables is the best way to go. Make leafy green vegetables for yourself and your children and complete the balance with the meat and fat that we have described earlier. If you do all of these things, you will definitely be able to avoid any problems when it comes to insulin sensitivity and health for your child. Even though conventional wisdom says that vegetables and carbohydrates should be more prominent for your children, do not forget what our human bodies have evolutionarily been trained to eat. High fat and high protein is what our stomach and digestive systems are used to. Make sure your children get all of the right kinds of fat and protein, however, so that you can prevent them from sickness, and immune disease problems later on in their life.

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KID-FIT At All Locations http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/kid-fit-at-all-locations/ http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/kid-fit-at-all-locations/#comments Mon, 04 Mar 2013 01:59:55 +0000 http://www.albuquerquedaycare.org/?p=278 The ultimate goal of the KID-FIT program is to emphasize the importance of good health and wellness habits. Sound eating, regular exercise, rest and personal safety are all part of a healthy lifestyle. Through physical education children learn, in a fun way, how to take care of their bodies for a lifetime of good health. The KID-FIT program consists of 9 different sessions during the year that teach about various body systems. Children learn about: heart, lungs, bones, muscles, brain, skin, eyes, ears and more through fun games and lively children’s music. KID FIT – Curriculum Guide 12-13. Through the use of fun props children learn clear educational goals about how their body works and how to take care of it. This program is run by Debbie Winter She is a mother of 3, grew up in the Albuquerque/Rio Rancho area and is very passionate about health and wellness then it comes to preschool children. She has been teaching KID-FIT since 2008 and loves every minute of it. She’s also very active in the community and participates in the following: Charitable functions for Children, Treasure of local Little League Active with the RR High School Baseball team Traveling USSSA Baseball Team

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