You’ve landed on the Watch Me Grow Child Development Center blog! On this page, you’ll get to browse various articles that revolve around child care, including tips like how to increase your child’s vocabulary and how to teach your child curtsey at an early age. As North Las Vegas’ premier child care facility, we’re dedicated to providing parents and children with the best care possible. We offer a variety of programs at our child care center, including infant care, toddler care, preschool, before and after school programs, and summer camp.

  1. Fostering Creativity In Your Child

    Creativity runs the world. Without it, early man never would have created the wheel, and the Wright brothers wouldn’t have invented the first flyable airplane. We would have no need for museums or art galleries or books. Human culture would be pretty drab without creativity, as it defines us as a …Read More

  2. How To Motivate Your Child To Learn

    If you want your child to be an outstanding student, you will want to involve yourself as much as possible in the learning process, whether it’s potty training, playtime, or reading a book. Although the skills our kids learn in their first years of primary education are necessary to intellectual a…Read More

  3. Cool Places to Visit in North Las Vegas With Your Preschooler

    Thinking of taking your family on a vacation? Las Vegas may be the perfect place for you. Why Vegas?  There are plenty of exciting and cool places to visit that your preschooler will love. It isn’t just a place for adults. Aside from the nice hotels, there are plenty of resorts with giant pools t…Read More

  4. 7 Things Your Child Will Learn in our North Las Vegas Preschool

    Preschool is an excellent preparation time for your little ones before they start Kindergarten. These are crucial years because this is when a child’s growth and development start. This is the time when they learn the skills that significantly help them with brain development, as well as physical,…Read More

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    3 Ways to Increase Your Child’s Vocabulary This Fall

    Speech and language development in toddlers and preschoolers is very important. Teaching vocabulary to preschoolers can feel like an ongoing challenge, especially with children with speech impediments. These tips will increase your child's vocabulary this fall and make it easier to connect with your…Read More