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Creating a Brighter Future

At Kids Way Daycare, we know what it takes to enhance our student's education. Our unique approach to learning and top quality child care makes Kids Way Daycare more than just a daycare. It’s a life experience. Find out what sets us apart. We invite you to explore our dynamic center and stop by for a visit at your convenience.

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Kids Way provides an enriched safe learning environment that has helped children and families since 2006, the daycare is located in Toronto and reflects the diverse backgrounds and cultures of the area.

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Tips For Doing Arts & Crafts With Kids

may 27 2016

1. Don’t present one firm example of how the craft should turn out. Either don’t present an example at all, or present several options, so your child knows he or she can use their imagination.

2.Look for crafts that are age appropriate and play to your child’s strengths. If the craft is complicated, break it into steps and figure out which ones your child can do. 

3. cover surfaces with newsprint or butcher paper to catch bits of paper and glitter and drops of glue. Use materials (adhesive, markers, etc.) that are washable.

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 Develop Healthy Habits

april 2 2015

  1. Be a good role model - You don’t have to be perfect all the time, but if kids see you trying to eat right and getting physically active, they’ll take notice of your efforts. You’ll send a message that good health is impor­tant to your family.

  2. Keep things positive - Kid’s don’t like to hear what they can’t do, tell them what they can do instead. Keep it fun and positive. Everyone likes to be praised for a job well done. Celebrate successes and help children and teens develop a good self-image.

  3.  Get the whole family moving - Plan times for everyone to get moving together. Take walks, ride bikes, go swimming, garden or just play hide-and-seek outside. Everyone will benefit from the exercise and the time together.

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Help Your Family Get Active

march 12 2015

If you’ve got kids, of course you want to make sure they grow up fit and healthy. But you also know it’s hard to juggle work, family, and physical activity. Still, setting a healthy example is a good start; research shows that parents who are physically active increase the likelihood that their kids will be active as well. So if you’re looking for ways to get your kids involved,

check out these tips.

Plan outdoor activities

Set aside one day a weekend to do something active as a family: swimming in the summer, sledding or hiking in the winter, or biking in the spring and fall.

Taking along a picnic lunch—and splurging on some healthy snacks after a good workout—will help the day go by without a complaint

Take classes together

Ask around at fitness clubs and community centers in your area about yoga or aerobics classes offered to parents and kids together. If your little one is too young to participate, look for classes that help you burn calories with your baby by incorporating them into your yoga moves or pushing them along during stroller workouts

Make over your meal plan

This isn’t necessarily a fitness tip, but it’s also worth mentioning: Families that eat healthier also tend to have other healthy habits, such as regular physical activity. If you want to slim down after having a baby or just want to eat better overall, get your entire family involved and you’re more likely to succeed. Take kids to the farmers' market, let them pick their own fruits and vegetables, and involve them in the food preparation. They’re much more likely to enjoy their meals—and to clean their plates.

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