1. Strengthening Literacy Skills Over the Summer

    With the weather warmer and the days longer, it’s no secret that summer is the best. Sometimes the busyness of summer can mean school-related activities fall to the wayside, but this shouldn’t be the case. Considering children lose, on average, two months of reading skills over the summer, it is imperative to implement literacy into summer activities. At The Cary School, we believe building on…Read More

  2. 3 Milestones to Aim For Before Kindergarten

    Studies show that preschool is one of the most influential times in a child’s development. Preschool is essential in helping kids grow in their socialization skills, as well as beginning to grow a necessary foundation in math and literacy. All of preschool is designedto help children grow, and especially help their school readiness for kindergarten and beyond. Kindergarten will be here before yo…Read More

  3. Choosing the right Preschool for your Child

    Your Priorities Be clear about what your priorities are for your child’s preschool experience. Evaluate any potential daycare facility in terms of those priorities. Every child is different. Some may need help developing new social skills, while others need to focus on motor skills or speech skills to make sure they are ready for kindergarten. Talk to any potential day care centers about your pr…Read More

  4. Choosing the Best Infant and Toddler Daycare for Your Child

    You know that your child’s earliest experiences set the stage for their future social, emotional and educational well-being. You want them to be safe, happy and well cared for. And, you want them to be ready for the next stage in their development. You can expect all of those things from The Cary School for Development and Early Education. But we understand that you want to do your own research …Read More

  5. The Power of Kid Yoga

    At the Cary School, we incorporate creative curriculum to empower your child to not only gain a fundamental understanding of skills and concepts crucial to educational development, but to foster a classroom for creativity and fun. We work with each child’s individual needs to ensure that learning is happening and fun is to be had, all while providing an atmosphere for growth. This is reflected i…Read More

  6. The Power of a Small Classroom

    A small classroom can seriously impact your child’s educational development. With preschool and kindergarten being important development years, creating a classroom that can address the unique and different needs of each and every student is crucial. At the Cary School, we have small classrooms with a teacher to child ratio being smaller than most other schools to cater to the needs of each chil…Read More

  7. Welcome!

    Welcome to The Cary School's new website! Stay tuned for updates!…Read More