ebenezer-child-care-milwaukee-montage-3Ebenezer Child Care Center is happy to offer these helpful monthly tips and resources for parents.

Raising a Healthy Child – July 2017

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 17 percent of all children between the ages of two and 19, have issues with or deal with childhood obesity. This negatively impacts the health and well-being of approximately 12.7 million children and adolescents in the United States. According to Beverly Anderson, executive director for Ebenezer Child… Read more »

Forming Friendships – June 2017

Are your children quiet and shy? Do you find they have a hard time making friends? According to Beverly Anderson, executive director for Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations on Milwaukee’s southside, and in downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek and Wauwatosa, “Being shy isn’t a bad thing, it just means that sometimes your children will need… Read more »

Raising a Respectful, Responsible Child – May 2017

It is every parent’s goal to raise respectful, responsible children who will not only be able to take care of themselves, but also be kind to those around them. According to Beverly Anderson, executive director for Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations on Milwaukee’s southside, and in downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek and Wauwatosa, “It is… Read more »

Raising Children Who Love the Earth – April 2017

Earth Day is April 22. How do you get your children to understand the importance of this special day and how we should all be working together to take care of the earth every day? According to Beverly Anderson, Executive Director of Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations on Milwaukee’s southside and in downtown Milwaukee,… Read more »

Getting Preschoolers to Embrace Learning – March 2017

Your children are growing up quickly, and soon it will be time for 3K and 4K. So how do you get them to embrace learning before they head off to school? According to Beverly Anderson, Executive Director of Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations on Milwaukee’s southside and in downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek, and Wauwatosa,… Read more »

Dealing with Challenging Behaviors – February 2017

Everyone knows that two-year-olds can have a mind of their own. So how do you deal with their challenging behaviors in your home or when you are out in public? According to Beverly Anderson, Executive Director of Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations on Milwaukee’s southside and in downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek, and Wauwatosa, “As… Read more »

How to Stay Healthy This Winter – January 2017

It’s that time of year, when everyone is run down from the holiday season and finding themselves getting sick or not feeling well. According to Beverly Anderson, Executive Director of Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations on Milwaukee’s southside and in downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek, and Wauwatosa, “Just because those around you are getting sick… Read more »

Christmas Safety Tips – December 2016

Christmas is a fun and magical holiday for little ones. However, it is also a time of year with added dangers that require parents to use extra caution. According to Beverly Anderson, Executive Director of Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations on Milwaukee’s southside and in downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek, and Wauwatosa, “There are a… Read more »

Raising Children Who Care – November 2016

Thanksgiving is a time of year when we all need to take a moment to reflect on life’s blessings and give thanks. It’s also an ideal time to talk with your children about helping those less fortunate as well as the importance of caring for others in our world. According to Beverly Anderson, Executive Director… Read more »

Halloween Safety – October 2016

MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Halloween is approaching! Are you ready to celebrate this spooktacular holiday with your children? According to Beverly Anderson, Executive Director of Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations on Milwaukee’s southside and in downtown Milwaukee, Oak Creek, and Wauwatosa, “Halloween can be one of the most exciting holidays of the year. However, It’s… Read more »