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    May 2012
    Welcome to Busy Bees Day Care

    We welcome all future Parents that are looking for a secure place to trust with their precious child. A place where your kids will feel like his or her second home.  Not only they will learn how to play, share and be with other children of the same age but at the same time they […]



  • 01
    May 2012
    How to make your kids happy

    Every house can witness a tug of war between parents wanting their kids to eat healthy food and kids wanting to eat food that they find good. With a little foresight and planning both parents and children can be happy. Great health tips don’t have to be painful. Children want to have tasty food and […]



  • 01
    May 2012
    Fitness And Kids

    Introducing kids to a healthy lifestyle can be a challenge in our fast food, video game laden society. Thirty minutes once a week in P.E. class isn’t nearly enough to maintain the cardiovascular system, much less keep an overall healthy bodyweight. One thing that P.E. class has right though is that classes are fun and […]


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Welcome to Busy Bees Day Care

We welcome all future Parents that are looking for a secure place to trust with their precious child.

A place where your kids will feel like his or her second home.  Not only they will learn how to play, share and be with other children of the same age but at the same time they are educated in a fun way about numbers, alphabet, colors and the different shapes that are the basic knowledge to prepare them for pre-K.

Also those kids that need our care after school and during summer vacation while their parents are at work.

At the same time we welcome those children that trust and enjoy life that are anxious to discover a world of play, learning and have new experiences through art, music, singing and crafts that without a doubt will help them grow and be more creative human beings in a very competent world.

How to make your kids happy

Every house can witness a tug of war between parents wanting their kids to eat healthy food and kids wanting to eat food that they find good. With a little foresight and planning both parents and children can be happy.

Great health tips don’t have to be painful. Children want to have tasty food and snacks. Adults want children to have good nutrition. With a little thought it is possible to give kids wonderful tasty food and snacks and the nutrition they need. For example, watermelon makes a nutritious, healthy, tasty snack. Watermelon will also keep your kids from getting dehydrated in the hot summer months as it is 92% water.

Watermelon is a great source of vitamins A, B6, and C, and one serving provides 80 calories of energy and even 7% of the USRDA of potassium. It contains no fat at all and the lycopene in it gives it a lovely red color. Lycopene is an antioxidant that will help you stay healthy and fight disease. Medical India can give you even more details on the health value of watermelon.
A great snack for the whole family, and what used to be a summer fruit of choice, watermelon is now available year round. Watermelon is versatile and is great with any meal: breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It is a good snack for the entire family. Just plain watermelon is tasty on its own. It is also a good ingredient in other recipes, too.
For birthdays and formal dinners, the beauty of a well carved watermelon is a good addition. Children’s parties can be livened up with just a little effort and the insides can be used to add color and value to your salads and desserts. You can make the inside of the carved watermelon attractive by livening things up with a fruit salad of blueberries, green grapes, orange segments, bits of apple, balls of cantaloupe ,etc. Children will be thrilled and so will the adults.
Practical Directions to Help Make a Carved Watermelon Peacock
• Firstly, select a well rounded and a sturdy watermelon since we need to put many beautiful feathers on its back. There is no need for very big ones.
• Next, you need to cut off a rounded slice from the bottom so that the fruit remains sturdy and does not roll off while doing the carving.
• The next step is to sketch out the head and supporting feather structure.
• It should be done in such a way that it starts with a semi circle and comes down with a long neck.
• The plumage should be carved out from high in the back and then descend down low.
• To get the desired affect, we need to make little wavy designs all the way up.
• In the centre of the back, you need to put your finger on the head and siphon it back to get the center.
• You will finally get a beautiful peacock when you carve it along the sketches made on the fruit.
So its not just a health tip, watermelon is a tasty and fun way to give your kids and friends great taste and quietly help them to be healthy. Using a little creativity you can really make it more appealing to the eye as well as the tongue.

About The Author

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Fitness And Kids

Introducing kids to a healthy lifestyle can be a challenge in our fast food, video game laden society. Thirty minutes once a week in P.E. class isn’t nearly enough to maintain the cardiovascular system, much less keep an overall healthy bodyweight. One thing that P.E. class has right though is that classes are fun and they allow kids to socialize. The Fit Express’ FIT-4-Kids exercise program along with their specially-made kids exercise equipment gives kids what they need and want.
So little Johnny’s not thrilled about running 30 minutes on a treadmill? It’s already hard enough for adults, who understand the importance, to exercise on a consistent basis. I’ve trained children, I can tell you from experience they get distracted and bored even easier. Introducing health and wellness at an early age is important and it’s up to us to give them a fun option.
There many ways kids can get physical exercise from after-school sports, jungle gyms, parks, recreational centers, kids gyms. However, most of these don’t consist of a strict program (that doesn’t feel strict) that makes them do at least 30 minutes of continuous cardiovascular exercise and also includes functional strength training using complete range of motion for all of the body’s muscle groups. The FIT-4-Kids exercise program contains the key aspects of fitness and provides cardio and strength exercises in a safe, fun and sociable way.
Fluid Interval Training (i.e. FIT) works very similar to circuit training. Exercise machines (each working different muscle groups) are placed in a circle or other arrangement. Every 2 minutes a central timer goes off and everybody switches to a different machine that they do continuously for the next 2 minutes. This allows multiple muscle groups to be worked simultaneously, the heart rate stays up, and it doesn’t get boring. Two minute timer’s just a suggestion; custom workouts can be easily created.
Worried about kids exercise equipment being dangerous? Don’t be! FIT is extremely safe! What do sports, rec. centers, parks, and jungle gyms all have in common? They all allow kids to do uncontrolled movements, on their own, with minimal supervision. Running around, kicking, jumping, swinging-there’s lots of potential for muscle and joint injuries! Kid’s don’t have the motor coordination to perform the unassisted exercises like squats, pull-ups, etc. with proper form and technique. Even when they could do these exercises, it’s not fun for them and they don’t have the patience or enjoy repetition sets. FIT is perfect, it’s continuous and it doesn’t require concentration or slow/boring movements.
Unlike most gym equipment you’re familiar with, FIT-4-Kids doesn’t use bulky machines with weight stacks, it uses Fit Express’ kids hydraulic fitness equipment. By pushing or pulling oil through hydraulic cylinders to create resistance it provides an extremely smooth fluid movement that is much safer and kid-friendly. Never worry about dropping a weight stack, pushing or pulling too far, or hurting joints. You can pause at any point during the movement! And unlike most gym equipment with hard-to-understand seating levers and controls, the FIT4Kids machines are smaller (for children 4′ to 5’9) with fixed seating and control arms. An easy-to-reach lever that controls if the exercise is harder (more strength) or easier/faster (more cardio) is the only option. So they can just get on and go!
Call your local kids gyms, recreational centers, schools, and ask them if they have a FIT-4-Kids circuit! Visit www.FitExpress.com for more information.

About The Author

About the Author:
Brian Holmes is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer working together with Fit Express to help spread the use of the FIT-4-Kids exercise program and Fluid Interval Training with todays youth. Fit Express is a commercial exercise equipment manufacturer located in North, MS, USA. Since 1998 over 4,000 facilities and 30 countries worldwide have chosen Fit Express’ gym equipment. Fit Express is dedicated to developing the most innovative and effective hydraulic fitness equipment possible and developed the fun and exciting Fluid Interval Training workout to help spread the benefits and use of using hydraulic resistance as part of a balanced fitness program. For more information visit www.FitExpress.com

Childcare Tips

It is extremely critical for peace of mind that parents are able to source quality child care facilities which are affordable.
This process certainly does not have to be difficult, but if you want the process to go as quick and smoothly as possible and ensure that your baby is going to be safe and protected wherever you leave them, then there are a few tips you are going to want to keep in mind to help you choose the right affordable child care experience.

What is Available
You need to do your research as early as possible. Find out about the child care facilities in your area. Make sure that they are near enough for you without causing too much hassle getting to and fro. Check out the traffic problems at the time you would need to travel. Ask your family, friends and neighbours where their children go for child care. Get as much feedback as possible and draw up a short list of possibilities. Some nurseries have a waiting list so you will need to be well organized to find the right facilities available at the right time.
Make Comparisons
You will need to compare the nurseries that you have on your list. Take into consideration such factors as how large they are, how many staff members they have working there, how old are the majority of the children, the facilities they have, the quality in child care and so on.
If you are putting your baby into a nursery, you want to make sure that there are going to be other children around of a similar age. To learn properly and of course have the most fun as well, your baby is going to need to interact with other babies.
When you have gathered as much advice as possible from family and friends about their child care experiences you can also turn to the internet, your local council and other resources to read reviews on the various nurseries.
The next step would be to physically go to these nurseries to check them out and see the facilities for yourself. It is a good opportunity to meet the staff. Do the children look happy and stimulated? Are there plenty of colourful toys and games around for them? How do the staff interact with the children? Do you have a good feeling about this place? Occasionally it is fine to go with your gut instinct.
 Child minders
An alternative to nursery child care is to use child minders. Child minders look after babies and children in their own homes. On average they care for about 3-5 children. As well as being registered with the local authority they have to be have a police check and the local authority also inspect their homes on a regular basis for safety. They can be a good option and your child will be just as happy and safe as in a nursery. I have found child minders to be more flexible, when the need arises, than nurseries, but that is just my personal view. You can obtain a current list of registered child minders from your local council.
 Nannies or Au Pairs
Some parents are lucky enough to be able to afford a nanny or au pair living with them in the family home. Nannies tend to be more qualified and will cost you more and they care for your child in your own home. Depending on your circumstances they could live-in with you. Au pairs are usually foreign nationals who want to study English and will live in your home and care for your child. They live as part of your family for up to two years enabling both parties to learn about each other’ culture. They will be responsible for your child care as well as doing some light housework and they receive a small wage for personal use. Other expenses such as their food and travel costs you would provide.
It is always advisable to carry out as much research as possible, it will give you confidence before you proceed. After all, you want the best child care experience for your child. So that you are not worrying all day when you are at work you need to feel comfortable with your decision. But whichever child care you go for I am sure your baby or child will thrive and be very happy.

About The Author

This is just one of the many Parenting articles written by David who is owner of http://www.purelytots.co.uk which is a website aimed at Parents and Carers of toddlers and babies The site also offers personalised gifts and toys for under 5’s as well as more articles, recipes and humour to brighten up your day.




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