1. Is Your Child Ready For Preschool?

    If you think your child is ready to make the transition from home life to preschool, read this previous blog for tips to make the transition as smooth as possible. If you aren’t sure if you should make the decision for them to start school, there are a few things to consider. After reading this post, if you decide to wait a year to start at a daycare, there’s no need to worry or fret that your…Read More

  2. Tips on Making a Smooth Transition

    Retail stores and shopping centers are stocking up on school supplies and it’s the beginning of August, so you know what means — time to start preparing for the end of summer and the beginning of the school schedule. It can be hard for kids who have never been in a school environment before to make the transition, but with these tips and the nurturing teachers at our San Antonio daycare, you c…Read More

  3. Top 6 Signs of Autism in Infants

    Among the many worries new parents face, mental and developmental problems may be one of the biggest. Autism especially can be difficult to live with, stressful, and emotionally challenging. At our child care center, The Pillars Christian Learning Center, our teachers are trained to recognize the signs of a child with autism. Even though children commonly aren’t diagnosed with autism until aroun…Read More

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    What Our Child Care Center is Learning This Summer

    What parents of our students love about The Pillars Christian Learning Center is our summer programs. Making it easy for parents to keep their work schedule and keep the early learning going for kids throughout the summer months. During the month of July, we want to focus on learning to love everyone in the world, regardless of where they live or what they look like. Learning about other cultures …Read More

  5. Life Lessons From Mr. Rogers

    The education system in the US is under growing scrutiny these days, but along with that scrutiny, the beloved Mr. Rogers has made a comeback. His passion for child education is clear and his dedication towards children learning compassion, empathy, and self-love is evident in his program. The Pillars Christian Learning Center understands that children do spend time watching television programs bu…Read More

  6. The Importance of an Arts Education

    There is a growing focus in schools toward math, science, and reading; and while the arts may be taking a hit, having a strong art education for early learning is none the less important. At The Pillars Christian Learning Center, our focus is early childhood development, including all areas of education. Singing, playing musical instruments, and getting our hands dirty with finger paints, we under…Read More

  7. Nurturing Social Skills in Children

    We all want our children to grow up successful and have a strong character. While there are many different factors that can affect who our children grow up to be, having strong social skills throughout life can give them an edge. From the very beginning, children are picking up on social cues from those around them, parents, friends, teachers, and even observing interactions between strangers. At …Read More

  8. Summer is Almost Here!

    Learning the whole year round is essential in keeping kids’ brains active. Whether you have kids at a child care center or at home with you, when school isn’t in session it doesn’t mean the learning has to stop! The wonderful thing about children is that they can learn through a variety of activities that will appear as a game they played during a fun afternoon. Child education doesn’t hav…Read More

  9. Tips for Surviving the First Drop-Off at Daycare

    Having a baby is an amazing gift, but also comes with numerous challenges. Many of those challenges have been met with already, other challenges will be new and you will have to face them with courage and love. One challenge that new parents will often have to face is dropping off your new baby at a child care center. The Pillars Christian Learning Center wants to ease your worry and give you some…Read More

  10. Help Your Toddler Learn

    In a previous blog, we talked about ways to help your baby learn by playing games, singing songs, and talking to them. In this post, we’ll jump ahead by a year or two and discuss ways in which you can help your toddler learn, including activities with textures, measuring, and organization. At our learning center, we want children of every age to love learning and experiencing the world in new an…Read More