Tips for Parents and Providers for a Smooth First Day in DayCare

May 22, 2009

Tweet Tweet It is always scary and challenging both for parents and providers to look at the first day in daycare. It is always a big day for everyone concerned – the mom, child and the care provider. First times and first days are always both exciting and terrifying experiences so it is always best [...]

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Communication with teachers and daycare providers

May 20, 2009

Tweet Tweet Being called a babysitter is considered degrading by most childcare provider and preschool teachers. Many of them have acquired education in their field and takes pride in providing these children with a curriculum at the same time providing tender loving care. To keep a quality relationship with these important people in your child’s [...]

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How Parents And Providers Should Deal With The Big Day

February 9, 2009

Tweet Tweet The first day is always the big day! Seeing your kid go to his daycare center for the first time can be your big source of happiness and stress. The experience is both terrifying and exciting. On the other hand, the first day is also one of the most anticipated moments of any [...]

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Home Daycare And Child Care Providers Deals With Tax Deductions

February 3, 2009

Tweet Tweet When talking about tax, most business owners would run away from the issue as much as possible. If ever you had your own home based child care business in the year 2007 then you may feel overwhelmed about your taxes hence it is important for you to understand all the facts that you [...]

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Hiring Child Care Providers

January 8, 2009

Tweet Tweet Once your daycare center starts its operations and you have shown to the initial clients that you really meant business, more and more clients will be coming in. Before you knew it, the number of clients you have is way too much to handle by yourself – you need help. You will have [...]

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