Category: Chamber Links

Tips for Helping Your Children with Homework

Let’s face it, helping your children with their homework can be stressful for any parent. However, it doesn’t have to be. There are many free resources that parents can take advantage of to make this task much easier. Tutoring: There are many ways that you can utilize tutors for free. For example, YouTube has videos… Read more »

Tips for Reducing Separation Anxiety

It’s not uncommon for children ages one to four to struggle a little with separation anxiety when their parents drop them off at child care or leave them home for a night out. As caregivers, we are used to this and understand that separation anxiety is a normal process that many younger children go through…. Read more »

July is Make a Difference to Children Month

Kim Ratz, a wonderful motivational speaker,  is also a huge advocate for Make a Difference to Children Month.  He has compiled this amazing list of ways that you can make a difference in the life of a child that we would like to share in the hope that you can make do something special in… Read more »

How to Start a Vegetable Garden

Are you looking for a great way to spend some quality time with your family while doing something healthy this summer? Consider planting a garden! Gardens offer many wonderful opportunities for families to bond as they plan, plant, tend to, and harvest the vegetables they grow. Here’s what you’ll need to consider, if you want… Read more »

Week of the Young Child Spurs Activities and Celebrations

Did you know that April 6-12 has been designated as Week of the Young Child™ by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). It’s purpose is to bring public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to recognize the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs…. Read more »

Finding Balance as a Working Parent

As a busy working parent, you know there are never enough hours in a day to do everything you want to do. Trying to find a balance between the office and everything there is to do at home can quickly become overwhelming. Here are some tips to help you try to find some balance: 1…. Read more »

Ebenezer Child Care Centers Adds Curriculum Specialists To Enhance Learning Opportunities for Children

We’re excited to announce the creation of the position of Curriculum Specialist for each of our centers. The Curriculum Specialists  will be a very valuable part of our management team and will work closely with classroom teachers to enhance lesson plans, classroom implementation, and the portfolio process. Please join us in welcoming these wonderful individuals!… Read more »

Sugar’s Negative Effects

Is one of your new year’s resolutions to start having your family eat healthier? There are many reasons why you should be inspired to do this, but recent research findings regarding the negative impact of sugar on healthy children and adults is reason enough. Did you know that excess sugars can depress the immune system?… Read more »

Ebenezer Child Care Center’s Wauwatosa Location’s New Playground is Complete!

The day was a bit chilly but that didn’t stop our enthusiastic preschoolers at our Wauwatosa Center from exploring their new playground. Created by Ebenezer’s teachers in partnership with Design4Kids, and constructed by Plant Associates, the new playground highlights nature while offering a lot of opportunities for exploring, learning and having fun! The area is… Read more »

Congratulations to Ms. Peg and Ms. Ann!

We would like to recognize two very special people who help make Ebenezer Child Care Centers’ Oak Creek location the great place that it is! Both are celebrating noteworthy anniversaries with us this year. Ms. Peg, who is a teacher at our Oak Creek Center, is celebrating her 30th Anniversary with Ebenezer! Ms. Peg began… Read more »