Posted on 4/29/2020 By Odette Leach
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.
Posted on 11/28/2017 By Odette Leach
Deciding to have a child is a major decision and should be done so with the understanding that it is one of the most intricate responsibilities you will ever have.
Everything you do during your child’s young life is ultimately moulding them into the person they will be for the rest of their life. Early childhood development is vital in that it lays the foundation for future life-skills.
Posted on 9/28/2017 By Odette Leach
The world has a tendency to use academic results to gauge intelligence while overlooking one of the most important things your child can ever learn which is emotional intelligence.
Social development lays down an everlasting foundation for emotional development, both of which are delicate processes that directly influence each other and help shape your child into the person they will one day become.
Posted on 1/24/2017 By Odette Leach
The new year has started and healthy living is on everyone's agenda after the holiday season.
With healthy living in mind for your children, we at Kay-Dee Educare in Mowbray think your child's lunchbox is a great place to start.
Posted on 7/29/2016 By Odette Leach
Experience has shown us that a person’s life; their successes, health and emotional well-being have their roots embedded deeply in early childhood development. We know that if we get it right in the early years, we can expect our little ones to thrive throughout school and their adult lives.
Nature, in other words genetics, nurture, and the environment that we provide for our children, influence a child's development. A child’s early childhood environments and the appropriate experiences are crucial to the way each child’s brain structure develops.