Safe Sleep Practices for Babies

Safe sleep practices are the cornerstone of ensuring a secure and nurturing environment for your baby during those precious early months. Creating a sleep ... continue reading

Bullying Awareness in Preschool Age Children

With one in five children 2 to 5 years old experiencing bullying it is important for parents, caregivers, and educators to realize the significance ... continue reading

Time for Bed. . .The Effects of Sleep on Your Child’s Well-Being

I don’t know about you, but when I don’t get enough sleep, I’m GRUMPY. I’ve even been commanded to “Go to bed” because of ... continue reading

Differences Between Preschool and Daycare

Let’s talk about the differences between preschool and daycare centers. They both provide licensed and high-quality care for children, but there are some distinct ... continue reading

Understanding Childhood Anxiety

Childhood anxiety is a common yet often misunderstood condition that affects many children today. It’s essential for parents, caregivers, and educators to recognize the ... continue reading

Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Mind

by Melissa Bradley, Clinical Director of Mental Health Services at the Florida Center for Early Childhood Maintaining a healthy mind has become an increasingly vital ... continue reading

Present Levels, The Most Important Part of an IEP

In Present Levels, The Most Important Part of an IEP (Individualized Education Plan), the vlog explains what present levels are and why they are ... continue reading

The Florida Center is a Best of SRQ Winner

The Florida Center For Early Childhood is proud to announce it is a Best of SRQ Winner, placing in the top ranks for several ... continue reading

Building Your Child’s Self-Esteem

Self-esteem is feeling good about the type of person you choose to be.  Kids with self-esteem feel proud of what they can do, see ... continue reading

Seaside Treasures Luncheon 2023

Inaugural Luncheon Recognized Community Treasures and Raised Funds for Children and Families in Need More than 170 people attended The Florida Center for Early ... continue reading