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Getting Creative in your Daycare Center

August 23, 2009

Tweet Tweet Being creative with the activities for your daycare proves to be the hardest task for daycare owners. This challenge is multiplied by the age range catered by your daycare business because for every age, there is an appropriate activity to achieve a certain milestone. Of course the aim of your daycare center is [...]

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What the Parents should look for in a Day Care Center

August 5, 2009

Tweet Tweet When you finally decided to put your child in a day care center, the next step is to choose what day care center it would be. With this matter, there are a lot of factors to consider in evaluating your options. There are a lot of things you should inquire the day care [...]

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Opening A Day Care Center Owned By Single Moms

July 30, 2009

Tweet Tweet Most single moms are often faced with the decision whether to choose between their job and their child. Single moms need to earn money in order for her and her child to survive. At the same time, they also do not want to miss the moments that are essential for her child like [...]

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Dos and Don’ts in Starting a Daycare Center

July 29, 2009

Tweet Tweet When starting a daycare center, you have to be well-decided and well-researched on what and what not to do. It’s not enough to be just fond of children and have enough patience in looking after them. You must have proper knowledge on handling the young ones. Keep in mind that they have varying [...]

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The insurance you need in putting up a day care center

July 29, 2009

Tweet Tweet Getting insurance is not easy. Besides from growing expenses now days, people do not get why they have to pay for something that you may never even use. But then again availing of the insurance program can be a good prevention of a higher cost. Well, you can really never tell. So be [...]

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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 Swine Flu In Your Day Care Center

July 26, 2009

Tweet Tweet The world has been taken by the issue on swine flu. The virus has been spreading rapidly, affecting the people worldwide. Why is this so alarming? The influenza virus can easily be acquired by anyone. It can be obtain from touching other people, desks, doorknobs, tables and even in the air. This is [...]

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Daycare Center – Teaching Your Child Through Crafts

July 26, 2009

Tweet Tweet Children are always so enthusiastic to learn. At this stage, their learning abilities are at a maximum this is why parents should take advantage of this. You child is still willing to grasp new ideas and skills that they may find to be useful in the future. It is important that you come [...]

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Daycare Center – How to Ease Separation Anxiety

July 18, 2009

Tweet Tweet Separation anxiety happens when it is the first time that the parents would leave their child. This includes feelings of guilt, remorse and fears by the parents for leaving their child to someone they are not related to and by the child who will be left to someone he barely knows. Separation anxiety [...]

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Getting Creative in your Daycare Center

July 15, 2009

Tweet Tweet Being creative with the activities for your daycare proves to be the hardest task for daycare owners. This challenge is multiplied by the age range catered by your daycare business because for every age, there is an appropriate activity to achieve a certain milestone. Of course the aim of your daycare center is [...]

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