1. Why We Incorporate Music into the Curriculum at Our Preschool in Lexington

    At Waverly Square Daycare, our primary goal is to help your child to develop into a well-rounded individual. We do this by using a versatile approach that is both fun and educational for your children. The curriculum that we offer is incredibly varied, but there is one thing that we are always sure to include –music. We make music a priority in the curriculum at our preschool in Lexington, becau…Read More

  2. Infant Care in Lexington That You Can Trust

    It is never easy for working moms and dads to leave their babies. You have this little life that depends on you for every little thing, and now you have to trust them to someone else entirely. It can really help if you find infant care in Lexington that you can trust, and that is where we come in. At Waverly Square Daycare we offer a warm, nurturing environment where your baby will not only get th…Read More

  3. The Importance of Play in a Lexington Daycare

    Did you know that play helps your child to develop in a large variety of ways? Play can help your child to develop social skills, imagination, dexterity, and so much more. Young children are in an important stage in their life when it comes to development, and play is a key piece of the puzzle for healthy growth. Socially, play helps your kids to connect with their peers in a whole new way. They c…Read More

  4. A Preschool in Lexington that Work With You, For You

    Waverley Square Lexington Daycare offers preschool in Lexington that is dedicated to working with parents to help them create the best childhood and most promising future for their kids. We developed our preschool in Lexington because we are committed to the community in this area and are dedicated to working with families to build a strong foundation educationally and emotionally for their childr…Read More

  5. How to raise an imaginative child Reviewed by the BabyCenter Medical Advisory Board Your toddler's developing brain Your child was born with about 100 billion brain cells. As if that's not amazing enough, now that he's a toddler each of those brain cells is sending and receiving electrical signals, creating connections among brain cells. Through repetition, these connections turn into networks (o…Read More

  6. Toddler Hitting

    TODDLER HITTING: 5 STRATEGIES TO HANDLE IT WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2011 Does your child use hitting as a way to express displeasure? Do they smack other kids on the playground? Do they hit you if they don't get what they want? This is natural and normal behaviour for children who do not always have the words or the skills to handle difficult situations. Toddlers and preschoolers will often resp…Read More

  7. Toddler Social and Emotional Development

    The ABCs of Toddler Playdates Playdates can be valuable learning experiences for you and your little ones. Here's how to make the most of your child's social calendar. Save This Article For Later Share this: Font size: AAA By Heather Hatfield WebMD Feature Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD Jennifer Bianco knows how to make the most of a playdate. The mother of a girl and boy, ages 6 and 3 respect…Read More

  8. The Power of Play

    Not just child's play Want to help kids do better in school? Don’t forget to shoo them outside to play. Whether it’s building a castle out of blocks, pretending to be a pirate, or riding bikes, play isn’t just good for the body — it actually helps the brain. Valuable play isn’t limited to structured exercise (like organized sports), and it’s most definitely not playing video games. A…Read More

  9. Language and Emotional Control

    Researcher conducted lecture on language and emotion development Posted by Cecilia Prado on Monday, March 3, 2014 · Leave a Comment Daily Collegian File Photo/Maria Uminski Pennsylvania State University researcher Pamela Cole presented a lecture called “Language and the Early Development of Emotion Regulation” last Thursday, Feb. 27, in the University of Massachusetts in the Campus Center.…Read More

  10. White Noise Machines Could Hurt Babies Hearing

    White Noise Machines Could Hurt Babies' Hearing, Study Suggests BY BARBARA MANTEL Infant sleep machines designed to soothe baby with sound are popular with harried parents, but they could end up harming babies' hearing, according to a new study. Researchers tested 14 widely available machines that play white noise and other soothing sounds for an article published Monday in the journal Pediatrics…Read More