Resources for parents

How we prepare the child for the return to the nursery

When nurseries began to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic, both educators and parents believed that the decision would be a temporary one, but as the period of home education extended, the children had to adapt to a new one. routine and a different learning system. It was a long break, isolation from educators and […]

By |June 17th, 2020|BLOG, Resources for parents|Comments Off

(Română) Cum pregătim copilul pentru creșă

By |June 17th, 2020|BLOG, Resources for parents|Comments Off

The importance of books and reading in children’s education

Reading, sharing stories, discussing book illustrations, singing, and generally familiarizing with the world of books help the early development of the child in many ways. Reading familiarizes the child with sounds and words, promotes brain development and imagination, teaches him about the world around him, enriches his vocabulary and, finally, cultivates a love for literature […]

By |March 23rd, 2020|BLOG, Resources for parents|Comments Off

How to help children relax and sleep in the nursery

Sleep plays an essential role in the development of the brain and the physical growth of children. In fact, sleep is the brain’s main activity during early development, but establishing a sleep routine at the nursery can be difficult. The environment and the conditions offered in the nursery, as well as a number of other […]

By |February 25th, 2020|BLOG, Resources for parents|Comments Off

How to stimulate the child’s curiosity at the nursery and at home

In early childhood, curiosity is a part of the child’s development process, having an essential role in social, cognitive and emotional evolution. Curiosity is what determines the desire to explore and learn from the baby’s first months. By stimulating his curiosity, you help him gain confidence, develop a boundless imagination and build a foundation for […]

By |January 16th, 2020|BLOG, Resources for parents|Comments Off

How to be a happier teacher

Being a teacher is a huge responsibility, and being a good teacher certainly requires a lot of work, energy and stress. All daily activities with children should be optimistic, but sharing your positive energy with everyone around you can be overwhelming at times. Therefore, it is important to set a rhythm and lifestyle that will […]

By |December 11th, 2019|BLOG, Resources for parents|Comments Off

How to incorporate technology in early years education

In a society where technology is used both at home and at work, finding a balanced way to provide small opportunities to explore and promote digital skills is essential. When technology is introduced in a controlled way in the educational environment and used in a specific and concise manner, it can support and achieve goals […]

By |December 9th, 2019|BLOG, Resources for parents|Comments Off

Development of mathematical skills according to age

Introducing mathematical concepts in early childhood helps children develop countless skills such as critical thinking, logical and spatial intelligence. In addition, mathematical reasoning creates the foundation of success during school years and the development of key abilities in adult life. But maths means more than counting or memorizing formulas. When parents help their children explore […]

By |November 22nd, 2019|BLOG, Resources for parents|Comments Off

Acorns Gala: 15 years of excellence in early education

Acorns Nursery marked 15 years since the inauguration of its first nursery, through a gala dedicated to performance in education and to the values that have contributed to the constant evolution of this entrepreneurial project launched in 2004: perseverance, enthusiasm, passion, gratitude. All these have guided Acorns’ steps towards this moment and have contributed to […]

By |October 21st, 2019|BLOG, Resources for parents|Comments Off

Separation anxiety. How to deal with this the right way

Separation anxiety is a natural stage, which begins with the development of the child’s mobility, around the age of 6 months, and intensifies between 12 and 18 months. The time of entering nursery or kindergarten is one of the moments when the separation protest strongly manifests. Most of the time, the child will hesitate and […]

By |September 5th, 2019|BLOG, Resources for parents|Comments Off