Tips for Making Transitions Easier

Little changes to adults can often feel like big changes to kids. When children experience a change or transition to a new school, childcare center or even just a change in their routine it can feel overwhelming. It is important for young children who often don’t have the words for these feelings to feel secure Read More…

MY HAND IN YOUR HAND: Songs for Families Who Reach Out in Love

According to AdoptUsKids.org, about 135,000 children are adopted in the United States each year. Of non-stepparent adoptions, about 59 percent are from the child welfare (or foster) system, 26 percent are from other countries, and 15 percent are voluntarily relinquished American babies. GROWING SOUND; the music publishing division of Children, Inc.,  understands that becoming a Read More…

13 Five Stars for Children, Inc.!

Children, Inc. believes high quality child care is a right not a privilege.  This belief has driven the organization to operate 10 Five Star rated programs, 11 in Kentucky All STARS Quality Rating System and 2 in Ohio’s Step Up To Quality Rating System.  This Five star system is regulated by the state and stands Read More…

A Day in the Life of A Preschooler at Children, Inc.

At any Children, Inc. center you will see their vision of preparing all young children for school and life coming to fruition. At Treasure House, one of Children, Inc.’s centers, preschoolers have a full day of fun, learning, playing, and interacting ahead of them each time they step foot into their classrooms. Treasure House has Read More…

Interested in a Career in Early Childhood? Consider Children, Inc.

There are many childcare/preschool centers in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati that have and need good teachers, but may not share the same values as Children, Inc. Working for a Children, Inc. center is about more than just watching the children play all day, it’s about fostering their personalities, guiding them in learning new concepts, and Read More…