April’s Parenting Tip: The Importance of Play

What do most happy children, successful businesspeople, teachers, and scientists have in common? They love to play and understand that play is an important part of learning. According to Beverly Anderson, Executive Director of Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations in downtown Milwaukee, on Milwaukee’s southside, and in Oak Creek and West Allis/Wauwatosa, “Research has… Read more »

Spring-Themed Art Projects You Can Do Together

Happy Spring! We are so excited that Spring is officially here! Here are some great spring themed art projects you can do with your kiddos. We are thrilled that Real Milwaukee asked Sarah, our West Allis/Wauwatosa Coordinator, to stop by and do these activities with them! Jumble Tree: Birds of a Feather You’ll need: 1… Read more »

March’s Parenting Tip: Helping Your Child Become a Responsible Citizen

Every parent dreams of their children growing up to be respectful and responsible citizens who contribute to the good of society. How do we ensure this happens? According to Leslie Hundt, Program Coordinator for Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations in downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek, and West Allis/Wauwatosa, “Just as children are taught to read… Read more »

February’s Virtues of the Month: Love & Loyalty

Ebenezer’s Virtues of the Month Program is about empowering adults and children to live by their highest values. The mission of the Virtues Program is to provide empowering strategies of excellence that inspire the practice of virtues at our child care centers as well as at home. This month’s virtues are: Love is the connection… Read more »

Wisconsin Conservatory of Music Smart Start™  Class Coming to Ebenezer

We are super excited to announce that the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music recently received additional funding to provide music education to more area child care centers and schools in Greater Milwaukee and they chose Ebenezer to be one of the child care agencies they wanted to work with! Their Smart Start™ classes are available for children… Read more »