Welcome to the Watch Me Grow Child Development Center blog! On this page, you’ll find various articles on children’s activities, as well as advice on how to help your little one explore his or her interests. At our child development center in North Las Vegas, we’re proud to offer an array of child care classes for children between the ages of six weeks and 12 years old. Whether you’re looking for infant care, toddler care, preschool care, before and after school programs, or summer camp, you’ll love what we have to offer. If you have any questions about our child care facility, feel free to contact our team today.

  1. Fun Halloween Activities For Kids

    Halloween is coming up very soon, and Watch Me Grow would like to introduce some fun and spooky activities and crafts you can do with your child! From classics like bobbing for apples, to more contemporary fare such as a scary movie marathon, you can add some variation to the routine Halloween celeb…Read More

  2. Parents Night Out!!

    Need an Evening Without the Kids? Watch Me Grow’s Parents Night Out gives our parents the opportunity to take a well-deserved break. Go out for a night on the town feeling confident that your little ones are safe and having the time of their lives! This incredible evening for your children will be…Read More

  3. benefits of dance education | Watch Me Grow Las in Vegas

    11 Reasons Why Dance is Important for Children!

    Benefits of Dance in Child Development There are many benefits of health education that give younger children an advantage. Dance is one of the activities that, when practiced regularly, can help a person develop physically as well as mentally. In order to optimize the benefits of dance for youths, …Read More

  4. The Benefits of Learning Games for Kids

    Learning is mainly associated with school. And for many kids, school is associated with sitting at a desk, learning by rote and repetition and tedious memorization. In short, its no fun. So its no wonder that kids are so happy when summer break comes around. It is a much needed break. In the not so …Read More