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5/28 Webinar: Engineering in Early Education

5/28 Webinar: Engineering in Early Education

Engineering is everywhere, and it happens each and every day in early childhood classrooms. Not only does it help children develop math, science, and problem-solving skills, it also inspires their creativity. But it can be ...

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The Work-Life Equation Ep. 29: The Truth About Varsity Blues

The Work-Life Equation Ep. 29: The Truth About Varsity Blues

Today’s post was written by Bright Horizons Director of Brand Storytelling, Lisa Oppenheimer. As parents, we all raise our kids thinking the secret to getting into a good college is to study hard. Then the ...

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Teacher Appreciation Month: A Roundup of Ideas and Gifts

Teacher Appreciation Month: A Roundup of Ideas and Gifts

May is Teacher Appreciation Month, and while you may be grateful for your child’s educators every day, we encourage you to take this extra special opportunity to recognize the wonderful contributions they’re making to your ...

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Week of the Young Child Activities at Bright Horizons

Last week we celebrated The Week of the Young Child™ in our centers, an annual event hosted by The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) to recognize early learning, young children, their ...

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3 Things to Prepare for When Transitioning to the Toddler Classroom

3 Things to Prepare for When Transitioning to the Toddler Classroom

So the day arrived when our son was finally ready to move on up and out of his infant classroom. At first, this was really exciting news, as it was a big step for him ...

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A Parent’s Guide to a Center or Preschool Open House

A Parent’s Guide to a Center or Preschool Open House

Are you looking for the perfect child care center or preschool for your little one? You’re in luck — it’s open house season. Open house events can be incredibly helpful, but they can also be ...

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6 Science Podcasts for Kids

6 Science Podcasts for Kids

“Why is the sky blue?” “What is that plant called?” “How can birds fly?” “How hot is the sun?” Sound familiar? You probably have a curious child on your hands…and you might be flooded with ...

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Teach. Play. Love. Podcast: Parenting Advice for the Early Years

Teach. Play. Love. Podcast: Parenting Advice for the Early Years

In a world where information and choices seem endless, how do you really know what matters for your child’s development – and what doesn’t? We sat down with our VP, Education & Development, Rachel Robertson, ...

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The 11 Best Books for Babies

The 11 Best Books for Babies

Short winter days mean longer, cozier evenings — the perfect time to curl up with your baby and a book. But which book should you choose? Board and wooden books that are easy for your ...

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The September Shuffle

The September Shuffle

September! It always brings up feelings of a new start, new year, fresh perspective. As a kid, it felt like a growth marker: you’re one year older, one grade higher, a couple inches taller, a ...

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