4 creative ways to motivate caregivers at your day care centre

8 November 2018
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Providing care to children at a day care centre is no easy task. Often, caregivers have to spend time understanding the needs of every child, carefully tracking their development and communicating with both children and their parents. They also have to deal with some unpredictable parents who may have unrealistic expectations for their children. As a parent, it's important to step back and take some time to appreciate those who care for your child while you're away. Read More 

Reasons to Consider Family Daycare That Focuses On Child-Directed Learning

1 December 2017
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Over the years, there has been an increasing interest in learning systems that are directed by the principle of the students instigating the process rather than having information being force fed down their throats. However, since this form of education has not been adopted by the majority of mainstream educational facilities, parents find they have to conform to the system. Fortunately, you have a bit of leeway to experiment with your child's early learning when they are the pre-school stage. Read More 

Two Tips for Choosing the Right Nanny to Care for Your Child

22 September 2017
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If you're in need of child care and have decided to hire a nanny, here are two tips which should help you to choose the right person. Write a detailed job description When the time comes to advertise the position, it's important to ensure that you create an extremely detailed job description. This should help to eliminate a substantial number of unsuitable candidates without having to waste any time interviewing them. Read More 

How to Create Early Learning Experiences in Sharing and Taking Turns

30 May 2017
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While it is really important for children to be able to take turns and share when they are in school, this skill comes much more naturally to some children than to others. Here are some tips that can help you to encourage children to develop sharing skills in a child care environment.  Babies and young toddlers Babies and young toddlers do not understand the principle of sharing as they cannot distinguish between themselves and others. Read More 

5 Important Day Care Center Safety Issues to Consider

2 May 2017
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First-time parents may not know what factors they should consider when selecting a day care center for their child. This article discusses some of the important safety issues that such inexperienced parents should investigate before enrolling their child at a day care center. Adequate Supervision Infants and toddlers love to explore the world around them. It is very important that such active children should be supervised at all times so that they are not exposed to any dangers. Read More