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Blog: Parenting Tips

Avoid the Blame Game: Conflict Skills to Teach Your Preschooler

Posted on April 30, 2019 · Posted in Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

“I had it first!” “No, it’s mine!” While preschool is a time of great social growth, it frequently brings regular conflict as well. Whether your preschooler is fighting with siblings.. read more

host a playdate

Five Reasons You Should Host a Playdate

Posted on March 29, 2019 · Posted in Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

“We should get the kids together to play sometime!” As a parent, you are probably very familiar with this statement. It is common for parents to suggest playdates for children.. read more

Simple science projects create opportunities for learning and exploration. These easy and inexpensive activities will fascinate your child and get him or her excited about how the world works.

Simple Science Projects to Try with Your Preschooler

Posted on February 22, 2019 · Posted in Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

Whether you’re trying to teach new concepts or just fill a quiet afternoon, these simple science experiments are sure to fit the bill. Engaging all the senses, these projects encourage.. read more

Bathtime games

Bathtime Games to Play with Your Child

Posted on January 24, 2019 · Posted in Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

Bathtime is a joyful time for most children. In fact, if you are dealing with a grumpy child, letting them play in water is frequently an almost magical solution. As.. read more

Child stops napping

When Your Child Stops Napping: Transitioning Away from Daytime Sleep

Posted on December 26, 2018 · Posted in Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

Some children are excellent nappers from day one, while others struggle with sleep. Regardless of their sleep habits, at some point, your child will no longer need daytime sleep. This.. read more

Road trips with young children

Tips and Tricks for Road Trips with Young Children

Posted on November 28, 2018 · Posted in Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash Holidays often mean travel, and if you’re on a tight budget or your family isn’t too far away, you’ll likely be traveling by car… read more

toddler safety

Tips for Toddler Safety at Home

Posted on October 31, 2018 · Posted in Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

Toddlerhood is a time of exploration, discovery, and adventure. However, toddlers are typically far more adventurous than they are wise. This can lead to big messes and sometimes even danger… read more

Kids in the kitchen

Have Your Kids Help in the Kitchen

Posted on September 27, 2018 · Posted in Legacy Academy, Parenting Tips

One of the best ways to raise kids who make healthy eating choices is to teach them about where their food comes from. It also includes making a point to.. read more

Family Style Dining

Posted on January 12, 2018 · Posted in Legacy Academy

Family style dining is an important part of the daily routine at Legacy Academy. In family style dining all food is placed in serving bowls and children are encouraged to.. read more

Continuity of Care

Posted on July 17, 2017 · Posted in Legacy Academy

Who is caring for your child today? Attachments create the foundation for early childhood development and healthy attachment into adulthood. Research has discovered that children benefit when their providers are.. read more