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What to do With Pumpkin Waste This Halloween

During the Halloween season in Canada, over 82,000 tonnes of pumpkins are grown and produced each fall. The majority of these pumpkins end up in landfills or going to waste by early November. However, using some imagination and creativity, Deena Billings, Head of Quality, at Busy Bees, has several ways we can reduce this number. […]

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The Benefits of Sending Your Child to Preschool

Making decisions regarding care for your child can be daunting and overwhelming.  Choosing the right quality childcare that meets the needs and values of your family requires time, energy and research into your options.  Nannies may be an option that some parents consider, alongside daycare and preschool. It is important to consider the value of […]

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Parenting: Putting an End to Mom Guilt

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Guilt. It’s such a common emotion in parents; so much that it even has its own hashtag [#momguilt]. Mom guilt is a word I keep hearing amongst my friends, and a word I feel we should not be using! Good parents, from all walks of life, are feeling bad about the life they are providing […]

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Parenting: Teaching Your Child About Social Justice

As parents and caregivers, one of our most important jobs is to help our children learn and grow. Teaching our children about social justice is not only an essential part of their developmental journey, but it is also an important part of creating a society where everyone feels welcome and valued. Children who learn to […]

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My Child Is Being Bullied – What Do I Do?

Child Being Bullied

  Yesterday was Pink Shirt Day. This day was started after some grade nine students came together to support a peer who was being bullied for wearing a pink shirt. The first step to stop bullying is to recognize it. “When someone says or does something unintentionally hurtful and they only do it once, that is not nice.” […]

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Raising Socially Confident Kids

Raising Socially Confident Children

By Bobbi Jo Gaetz, B.Ed, M.Ed, R.Psych. What we all want for our children is for them to be happy, confident, and independent. We want to raise individuals who will speak up when needed but to know when to listen and be quiet.  Becoming confident takes practice! It does not always come naturally. Some are […]

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What Sets Us Apart

Our award-winning curriculum was formed through in-depth research into early childhood learning and development. A blend of play-based (Frog Street) and child-led (Emergent) curriculums, all activities are hands-on, child-guided and exceed provincial early learning frameworks.

Our dedicated and passionate early childhood educators deliver an innovative, engaging and proven curriculum that ignites a love of learning and inspires and encourages individuality in every BrightPath child. Their nurturing and attentive approach offers each child a home-away-from-home experience.

Two-way communication is important. Monthly newsletters, curriculum nights, parent interviews, open houses and our proprietary app (BrightPath Connect™) are designed to increase the interaction between our centres and families.

Children need nutrition to grow in both mind and body. Believing that food choices throughout childhood fuel life long eating habits, our menu is crafted by a Registered Nutritionist and prepared in-house daily and reflects those beliefs.

What Sets Us Apart

  • Our award-winning curriculum was formed through in-depth research into early childhood learning and development. A blend of play-based (Frog Street) and child-led (Emergent) curriculums, all activities are hands-on, child-guided and exceed provincial early learning frameworks.

  • Our dedicated and passionate early childhood educators deliver an innovative, engaging and proven curriculum that ignites a love of learning and inspires and encourages individuality in every BrightPath child. Their nurturing and attentive approach offers each child a home-away-from-home experience.

  • Two-way communication is important. Monthly newsletters, curriculum nights, parent interviews, open houses and our proprietary app (BrightPath Connect™) are designed to increase the interaction between our centres and families.

  • Children need nutrition to grow in both mind and body. Believing that food choices throughout childhood fuel life long eating habits, our menu is crafted by a Registered Nutritionist and prepared in-house daily and reflects those beliefs.