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Avoiding Drop-off Tears on Day 1 of Preschool

After a nice relaxing holiday, our daycare and preschool in Mowbray is more than ready to open our doors and welcome our little students back for their 2021 year!

For some students, this could be their first time at “big” school, and they may feel a little anxious or sad when it comes to dropping them off.

Some mild anxiety and tears are normal when saying goodbye, after all you are the only person your child feels completely safe with.

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Goodbye 2020, Goodbye

It’s no secret that 2020 has been a crazy year for all of us. We’ve had to adjust our entire lives.

As a preschool, creche and daycare; we’ve had to adjust to the challenges COVID-19 has presented and come up with ways to continue operating while also providing a safe and secure environment for our students.

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Choosing the perfect preschool in Cape Town for your little one

Choosing a preschool for your little one is a big decision. We all want the absolute best for our children and the preschool we choose to enrol them in can help build the solid foundation needed for success later in life.

The quality of preschools varies considerably, so it’s important that parents are informed before making their choice.

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Early Childhood Development through Play

Evidence has shown us that a person’s entire life; their physical wellbeing, emotional stability and accomplishments have roots deeply embedded in early childhood development.

The environment and developmental stimulation we provide for our children has a direct impact on the way their brain structure develops.

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Why is active play so important for my child's development?

To grow and develop, children require regular physical activity otherwise known as active play.

During play, it’s important that activities include a range of different skills through a variety of forms to promote active play while encouraging children to remain active throughout their lives.

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How to Thrive as a Single Mother in South Africa

Women of South Africa are disproportionately affected by poverty in the country and much of this is due to the fact that many women in the country are single mothers.

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Kay Dee Educare Centre in Mowbray is Open Again – Here are our Safety Protocols

Although we are eager to get back to school and grateful for the opportunity to provide job security for our beloved staff, our number one priority is the health and safety of the children we have in our care.

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The Importance of Physical Activity as Part of Your Child’s Routine

Although South Africa has been in lockdown for almost three months, it’s important that parents continue to include physical activity as part of their children’s routine.

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Reopening of Schools in South Africa and how this affects Edu-Care

Although there has been discussion about the reopening of schools in South Africa from the 1st of June 2020, there is little clarity regarding the basic education sector which includes day care and edu-care centres.

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Open Communication and Early Childhood Development

With children forced to stay at home during lockdown, parents have been placed under a lot of pressure. Not only are they tasked with keeping their children busy while they manage working from home, but they are also now faced with the responsibility of schooling them and maintaining their early childhood development.

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