Daycare Center – Reading Aloud to Children

July 27, 2009

Tweet Tweet In the revolutionary review “Becoming a Nation of Readers” of 1986, the Commission on reading stressed that reading aloud to children is “the single most important activity for building the knowledge required for success in reading.” It is important to expose children to books at a very early age, in as early as [...]

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Preventing Classroom Pinworm Infestations

June 15, 2009

Tweet Tweet How to Keep Teachers Safe from Infection by Pinworms Teachers are usually very prone into getting infections. Certain steps have to be taken by teachers in order for them to avoid infections and for them to ensure that the classroom where they conduct their teaching is free from pinworm-infestation. But before anything else, [...]

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Daycare Activities That You Can Do At Home

June 15, 2009

Tweet Tweet A Simple Introduction To Child Care At Home The activities of a daycare centre are programmed to help your child in his or her development. These activities are often simple things that a parent can do when they are at home. Just remember that when you do these activities to your children, repetition [...]

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Daycare Business Strategy: Networking

June 10, 2009

Tweet Tweet In the area of child care business, networking proves to be a good strategy. Networking in child care services allows the child care business to have more clients through recommendations, more fresh ideas that will help their business and possible resources that will also aid in making your child care business a success. [...]

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The Perfect Snack for the Preschoolers

June 5, 2009

Tweet Tweet When running a daycare center, it is the responsibility of the daycare to provide snacks during the mid-morning and mid-afternoon. The center must follow the National Network for Childcare which indicates that the total caloric intake for a child should be 1000-1200 calories. The snacks should cover at least 20-25% of the total [...]

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The following is a list of activities which can help children

May 28, 2009

Tweet Tweet The following is a list of activities which can help children with ages 3 to 6 years old to enrich their skills in language. 1) The first activity aims to help children focus their attention to sounds through words. In doing so, children realize that words consist of sounds. In the process, the [...]

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What Goes On In Daycare Center?

May 20, 2009

Tweet Tweet When it comes to house rules, you have to be very clear and firm with your child. When you are being compared on how you against someone else completes a task or allows a certain behaviour, make sure that house rules are rules that needs to be followed and rules in other places [...]

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Daycare 101: How Does A Daycare Affect My Child?

April 28, 2009

Tweet Tweet A debate exists about the consequences of enrolling one’s child into a daycare. On the one side, people believe this ultimately produces child prodigies and on the extreme, teenage delinquents. The truth, however is somewhere in the middle. The benefits or disadvantages generally result from the quality of the daycare one chooses. This [...]

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Tips for Copywriting for Daycare Business Owners

April 23, 2009

Tweet Tweet For many, copywriting can be a very overwhelming task – and there are even some that who do not know where to begin. However, you can work into making it a much easier task. Before starting of with copywriting, here are some of the things you can do to make it simpler.

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Childcare Jobs

April 22, 2009

Tweet Tweet Childcare job advertisements are very common nowadays. It can be seen published in the internet and newspapers all over the world. Thus, parents who have work usually hire qualified child caretakers through these advertisements.

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