January 14th, 2020

Hello RRDC Community! Hope you enjoyed the nice 70 degree weather this weekend!   Here are your Tuesday Training Tools!   Monthly Theme: Respect for the Child   Weekly Focus: “Never interrupt a child who is concentrating or engaging in meaningful work.”    Please watch the following video to learn more about our weekly focus:     ...

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January 7th, 2020

Hello RRDC Community! Happy New Year!   Here are your Tuesday Training Tools!   Monthly Theme: Respect for the Child   Weekly Focus: “Never touch a child unless invited by him or her”   Please watch the following video to learn more about our weekly focus:     Additional resources and videos can be found in ...

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Activities to Beat the Winter Boredom Blues

When the mercury starts dropping, the boredom blues start rising. The option to send the kids outside to play goes out the window when it just gets too cold to play outside. While many kids would grab their gadgets to entertain themselves, you don’t want them sitting in front of a screen all day or ...

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December 10th,2019

Hello RRDC Community! Happy Tuesday! This week’s training tool is a review/ check-in video. I review curriculum procedures and expectations, include a few friendly reminders and explain a few topics in detail based on the feedback/ questions I have been recently receiving.   Here is the link for the video: https://youtu.be/H9a82WsInE8 https://youtu.be/H9a82WsInE8   Also, I have ...

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Setting Learning Goals with Your Children for the School Year

Setting goals with you kids before the new school year is a great way to get them excited for the months ahead! Goals are always better when they are personalized to your kids’ needs and interests, but here is a general guideline to help you get your goals list started. Remember to keep your goals ...

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First Time at Daycare? Separation Anxiety Tips for Your Child

Starting daycare is a big transition for both a child and the parents. For some, it’s the first time they’ve ever left their baby in someone else’s care and maybe the first time their baby has been surrounded by a large group of children.        In either case, the first time at daycare ...

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Ordem E Progresso

Brazil The famous celebration of Carnaval in Brazil, actually originated in Europe as a “spring festival”, people enjoyed wearing masks and playing pranks at parties, and dancing in the streets during the 15th century too. When Europeans immigrated to Brazil, they brought this festival with them, now known as Carnaval. However, indigenous people living in Brazil wore ...

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What to Look for in Swim Lessons for Your Child

Now is the time of year that kids of all ages are hitting the beach and the pool. While there’s plenty of fun to be had, that fun can turn dangerous if children don’t know how to swim and the proper precautions aren’t taken.      While all children are advised to wear a U.S. ...

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No Space for Phones at the Dinner Table

Family meals are not just about eating. Breakfast, lunch or dinner are often the only times all family members are together in one place. It’s a time that can be used to catch up on your children’s lives, connect, socialize, laugh and learn. A time for human connection; a time for no distractions. There is ...

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“Waiting” on Mum and Dad

“Australia is just so full of surprises.”- Bill Bryson   Australia   From our teeny Tods, to wobblers to the jumping beans in Preschool, everyone explored Australia and the highly sought after Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Children learned the greatest Coral reef in the world needs help, its marine life is slowly dying.   ...

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Bound for South Australia

                           

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5 Road Trip Essentials

        Summer is almost here and for many families that means it’s time to hit the road. Choosing a road trip over hopping a plane is popular with many families because it’s less expensive and you don’t have to worry about passenger complaints if your child decides to act up.   That ...

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Meditation May: The Benefits of Meditation for Kids

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so it is only suitable that we talk about self-awareness and healthy methods to relieve stress.   While most people tend to associate meditation with the adult generations, children are proven to benefit from it as well. Introducing kids to mindfulness now, can help shape their coping mechanisms to ...

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Preparation for moving up in the world

We had a festive month at Rock and Roll, the biggest change children experienced was the introduction to the family style lunches as oppose to individual lunches. Naturally, teachers and parents prepared children, but they enjoyed this change a lot; they practiced serving food themselves, their friends having the same lunch as them motivated them ...

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Making a Summer Bucket List for You and Your Kids

Believe it or not, summer will be here before you know it. Perhaps you’ve started making vacation plans or maybe you’ve even booked a trip. That’s great, but that only takes care of a small fraction of your summer. What are you going to do for the remaining time?   Whether your kids are school-aged ...

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