Handling Outbursts in Preschool Age Children

Toddlers and preschool age children are very susceptible to temper tantrums. Temper tantrums can vary among children. Some may scream, some may hit, others may participate in unacceptable or destructive behavior. Regardless of how your child may throw their unique temper tantrum, there are ways to go about handling them calmly. Find the Triggers Pay […]

How to Help Your Child with Separation Anxiety at School

We’ve all heard of it, and some of us experience it with our children: Separation Anxiety at School. While a little bit of crying and clinginess is a normal part of childhood development, sometimes you have to do a little more to help your child. Helping your child learn to cope with separation from you […]

Outdoor Spring Activities For You and Your Child

After the long and cold winter, we’re sure you and your kids are going stir crazy. Being indoors all winter long has your kids (and maybe you) craving the outdoors and getting out all that excess energy. Getting your child out of the house and unplugging from electronics is good for their developing minds and […]

How To Stay Up-To Date With Paradigm

We here at Paradigm Child Care and Enrichment Center always want to keep parents informed about what’s happening at Paradigm and with their children. We have several ways we communicate with parents and have recently updated our “Parent Communication” page to reflect that. Monthly New’s Letter This monthly newsletter is a collection of a light […]

Grammar for Young Children

Encouraging Your Child to Use Proper Grammar We all know how important establishing good habits are with our kids. It takes work, dedication, and patience to help our young ones learn good grammatical habits. Building a foundation for good grammar starts when they are young and will help them as they go into the world. […]