Bright Horizons

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Bright Horizons

At <a href="http://www.brighthorizons.com" target="_blank" style="color:#c08434;"><b>Bright Horizons Family Solutions</b></a>, we recognize that a child doesn’t come to us alone, but as a member of a family. In our child care and early education centers, we live out our mission of providing children, families, and caregivers with the means to work together and achieve their very best. Through exploration, a loving staff, and friendships that begin in infancy, children who come to Bright Horizons centers build a strong foundation for a lifelong interest in learning. Our state-of-the-art facilities are custom designed to meet the child care and education needs of young children in a safe and encouraging environment. Developmentally appropriate programs stress the importance of early education and individual learning styles while providing a supportive atmosphere for growth. Our program for learning, The World at Their Fingertips, empowers children to become confident, successful learners. We help each child approach school and the challenge of academic excellence with the skills and drive to succeed. Through language, math, science, art, movement and music, our stimulating and interactive programs guide children to attain their learning potential. Communication and family involvement are always welcome as many of our program themes are derived from the ideas of children, parents, and teachers. Please visit us at www.brighthorizons.com/growing where you'll find an online destination designed to help you and your child grow together. From cultivating a love of books and channeling your child’s natural curiosity into scientific inquiry, to encouraging healthy habits, <a href="http://www.brighthorizons.com/growing" target="_blank" style="color:#c08434;"><b>Growing at Bright Horizons</b></a> inspires discovery and fun for your entire family. <br><br> To learn more, visit <a href="http://www.brighthorizons.com" target="_blank" style="color:#c08434;"><b>BrightHorizons.com</b></a>

Stories by Bright Horizons

What's your take on kids and social media? If you're like many parents with school-aged children, your answer may well be, “never....
Article provided by Heather Jack, founder of The Volunteer Family Similar to other personal qualities, children learn empathy and compassion over...
My son has a fever, his nose is stuffed up, and he was up most of the night. I would think he’d be tired, but he still has an abundance of...
The world is an interesting place with lots of things to learn about. Unfortunately, many young children (and even us too) are better at identifying...
Children don’t usually make plans to have conversations with us. We have to be physically available to them in order to stimulate conversation...
Ty, age four, stared with wonder at the long orange vegetable with the big green leaves coming out of the top. “What is this?” he asked...
May is Food Allergy Awareness Month. According to the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network, there are more than 12 million people suffering from...
Our lives are increasingly more busy these days and sometimes it’s hard to find time to accomplish everything. One way to balance work and play...
Children love being involved with cooking and preparing food. That’s part of why they are so likely to be in our way when we are in the kitchen...
Family meetings seem like a good idea. Many parents with grown children may look back and wonder, “Why didn’t we do that?” Then...
What’s the best way to give a child an allowance? Some parents attach allowances to chores: children contribute to family household efforts and...
Helping your child develop good homework habits is like teaching him to brush his teeth or go to bed on time; it takes a structured routine,...
I am only one, but still I am one; I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; I will not refuse to do the something I can do.~ Helen...
An understanding of a child’s emotional intelligence is useful for parents trying to maintain perspective on what is important in raising their...
Children don’t always behave. They’re trying to figure out how the world works and their place in society. Children can test the limits....

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