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
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
In today’s society, children of all ages spend much of their time in school, child care settings, or before and after care programs. Although some parents can work from home and others are able to stay at home with their children, more and more families seek outside care for their children during
In recent years, Rhode Island's child care reimbursements for low-income families have been far below federal recommendations, and the state was one of only nine that didn't base its payments on the quality of care a child receives. That's changing with the new state budget.
For the first time in years, Rhode Island is increasing reimbursement rates for child care centers providing services for infants and toddlers, keyed to grades that the centers earn on uniform rankings.
PRESS RELEASE: The Children’s Workshop Chosen to Present at NAEYC’s 2018 Professional Learning Institute
Company to discuss lessons learned from large scale PBIS implementation Cumberland, RI – JUNE 5, 2018 – The Children’s Workshop, the family owned, and parent operated childcare center, operating 19 locations in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, has been chosen to present at this year’s NAEYC 2
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.
Tailoring the theme to your child’s interest can be the easiest part of the process. It can be as simple as your child’s favorite color or elaborate as pony rides – so long as it follows along their interests. If your child is old enough to tell you what they would like, this cuts the process
Maggie Teller, President & CEO of The Children's Workshop and Founder/Executive Director of the Children's Workshop Foundation was named 2018's Social Services Woman to Watch by Providence Business News.