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Kay-Dee Educare Centre in Cape Town - Coronavirus Safety for Children

Kay-Dee Educare Centre in Cape Town would like to bring awareness to the situation surrounding COVID-19 and how it affects our children.

In commitment to keeping our children out of harm’s way, we have chosen to share information regarding how the virus affects our children, as well as additional safety tips to prevent further spread.


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Season’s Greetings from Kay-Dee – Preschools in Southern Suburbs

Kay-Dee is one of the preschools in Southern Suburbs of Cape Town that focuses especially on early childhood development. We continue to strive to be one of the best educare centres in Cape Town and we would like to take this moment to be grateful for everything that helps us realise this dream.

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The Importance of Child Development in the First Five Years

The first five years of your little one’s life are the most important years of child development. It’s safe to say that these years are what define the rest of your child’s growing and adult life.

Having a child is one of the most beautiful blessings anyone can experience, but with it comes a well of responsibility and putting energy into early childhood development is easily the most important thing any parent can do.

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Early Childhood Development and Acknowledging Good Behaviour

An important area of focus during the stages of early childhood development, is the positive reinforcement of good behaviour.

In essence, we teach our children how to behave through how we respond to their behaviour. Therefore, it’s important to understand which behaviours deserve attention and which should be ignored.

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4 Tips for preparing your child for pre-primary school

Pre-primary school, also known as Grade R, refers to the year of schooling just before Grade 1.

The purpose of pre-primary school is to start the development of emotional, social and learning skills in the early stages of childhood.

This early childhood development builds a sturdy foundation for further education and skills development throughout a child’s schooling career and even into adulthood.

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Picking the right Daycare in Cape Town

When it comes to choosing the right daycare in Cape Town, there are certain factors that you can look at before making your final decision.

Knowing what to look for in a daycare will help you make the best decision for your child. Regardless of how much time your child will spend at daycare, you still want them to be at the best centre possible.

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Season’s Greetings from Kay-Dee Educare Centre in Cape Town

All of us at Kay-Dee Educare Centre in Cape Town are faced with the bitter sweet experience of watching our precious little ones grow up as we watch another year come to an end.

As we start our preparations for season festivities, gift wrapping and family time, we reflect back on 2018 with happy and grateful hearts.

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The Importance of Social-emotional Development for your Child

In the past, particular emphasis was placed on the development of one’s IQ rather than EQ, also known as emotional intelligence.

However, over the years and after many important developments in psychology, it has been discovered that nurturing your child’s emotional intelligence has far greater benefits in the long run.

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10 Tips to Keep your Child Healthy while at School and Daycare

Kay-Dee Educare and Daycare Cape Town take the health of the children placed in our care very seriously.

We encourage parents to work together with us in preventing your child from becoming sick this winter.

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