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January 15, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Children’s Centers Ranks among Top 50 Child Care Organizations in North America

Hooray! We’re happy to share some great doodle news – and as always, we appreciate your ongoing support of the doodle community:  BUFFALO, NY – January 15, 2010 – Doodle Bugs! Children’s Centers has earned placement on Exchange Magazine’s Top 50 List, an annual ranking of North America’s largest for-profit child care organizations. “I attribute our Read More »

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January 8, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Clarence Open House Celebration January 13, 14, 15

Doodle Bugs! is proud to announce that families in the Clarence area are now able to enjoy the doodle experience in their own neighborhood; January 2010 marks the debut of our brand new center!   Located at 8584 Sheridan Drive (between Harris Hill and Shimerville), the Clarence center includes more than 11,000 square feet of Read More »

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December 23, 2009

Doodle Bugs! Holiday Highlights

As you’ve noticed, every Doodle Bugs! classroom has been bursting with holiday cheer this month. Sleigh bells are ringing, children are singing and it’s just not possible to have a ‘Bah Humbug’ kind of day! Our study of ‘Holidays Around the World’ has been both educational and fabulously fun – this unit was the perfect opportunity to Read More »

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December 4, 2009

Tis the Season to be Jolly!

December is a delightful month at Doodle Bugs!. Our centers are bursting with holiday cheer, making it impossible to have a ‘Bah Humbug’ kind of day: Curriculum News & Views: Our December curriculum encourages children to discover the magic of the upcoming holiday season as they’re introduced to a variety of cultural traditions and celebrations.  Read More »

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November 7, 2009

November News & Views

Hot off the presses, the doodle newsletter is now available online. Check out the doodle details about November/December center events, parenting resources and more! The cold weather may creep into our lives, but it won’t stop us from enjoying our doodle days! Gobble, gobble! Looking for some Thanksgiving books to share with your child this month? Mr. Read More »

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October 19, 2009

Halloween Hints

The end of October is a spooktacular time of year at Doodle Bugs! Everyone is looking forward to our annual Pumpkin Festival on October 28th & 29th and our annual Halloween Party on October 30th – both events promise to be all treats, no tricks! We know it’s a busy time for your family too, Read More »

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October 7, 2009

Center Events = Building Community

Have you ever wondered why the children are parading through the center’s halls (again!), or why your child wants to wear his Halloween costume in April? The answer, of course, is our exclusive Center Events series. Understanding that having fun and celebrating the ‘little things’ is an essential part of early childhood, our center plans Read More »

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September 25, 2009

Doodle Birthdays – New Feature for Enrolled Families!

Everyone loves birthdays – the singing, the sweet treats and the special moments with friends can’t be beat! We understand that celebrating with classmates and teachers is important to your family (and to us!) so we want to make it easier for you to enjoy the occasion. We’re happy to announce the debut of ‘Doodle Read More »

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September 15, 2009

Evaluating Your Child Care Choice

Considering the time and effort you put into choosing an early childhood program, it’s common to ask yourself if you made the right decision. It is essential that you know what to expect – and that the program is successful in meeting those expectations. Use these guidelines to help evaluate your choice: During the first Read More »

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September 9, 2009

Seven Books to Ease Separation Anxiety

New friends, new teachers and new classrooms are exciting, but uncertainty about change can cause even the most confident children to cling to mom or dad a bit longer in the morning. Reading (and re-reading) one of the following books can help reassure your child and make the transition a little smoother. Enjoy! Seven Books to Read More »

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