choosing a daycare

Wakey, wakey; It’s a new year of crazy school mornings. Some tips for sanity…

Mornings are difficult for many families, but successful routines can be implemented when everyone does their part. The Children’s Workshop aims to set families up for success by providing them with quality childcare, enrichment programs, and resources. Our program includes breakfast, snacks and l

How does yoga benefit your child? 

  In the last decade, yoga has become one of the most popular exercise practices in the United States. A 2016 study featured in the magazine Yoga Journal showed that some 36.7 million Americans practiced yoga, almost double the number of practitioners in 2012. Yoga’s popularity can be att

The Rhode Show – Tips to get the kiddos outside!

Outdoor play is very important for a child’s development and should be encouraged for all children.  Brent from The Children’s Workshop shares the following tips to help get them get active outside: watch the full video https://www.wpri.com/rhode-show/modern-parent/get-the-kids-outside/131

The Children’s Workshop Establishes a New Corporate Childcare Program for RI & MA Businesses

The Children’s Workshop, a family owned, and parent operated, chain of early childhood education schools and child care centers with 19 locations in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, recently established a new corporate childcare benefits program called Family First.

TCW Celebrates the Week of the Young Child – Download some at home activities!

Each year, the National Association for the Education of Young Children (also known as NEAYC) celebrates young children by sponsoring the Week of the Young Child during the month of April. The purpose of this week is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families. Also,

Outstanding Men at The Children’s Workshop

Our children are surrounded by women in early childhood and education. With approximately only 3% of men working in pre-elementary education all over the world [1] the workforce in childcare, daycare and early ed settings is predominantly female. There are so many questions as to why there is such a

Foster a Love of Reading in your Preschool Child

Young children need a variety of skills to become successful readers. The 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress indicates that only one-third of our nation’s fourth graders have the proficient reading skills necessary to complete their school work successfully. Research shows that child

Easy & Healthy Snacks for Kids

It seems impossible at times to plan and pack healthy snacks for our kids. It is so much easier to just throw in a bag of crackers, right? Our lives are so busy with packed schedules full of soccer game practices, dance recitals, family gatherings, and appointments, it is a struggle to get dinner on

Choosing the Right Child Care Provider for Your Family

When you decide it is time for your child to attend an early learning center, the process of selecting the right one can be incredibly difficult and sometimes stressful. Many parents struggle with choices such as whom to trust, what type of care environment is best, where the care-giver should be lo