Tips

Is your Child Ready for Kindergarten? Interview with Stacey Kannenberg

December 4, 2009

Tweet Tweet One important duty of childcare centers and preschools is to prepare children to enter preschool. Is your child preschool ready? In this interview with Stacey Kannenberg, co-author of the award winning, California and Texas Approved books Let’s Get Ready for Kindergarten! and Let’s Get Ready For First Grade!, discusses signs of kindergarten readiness. [...]

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Daycare Preparation Tips

August 16, 2009

Tweet Tweet A key duty for parents that plan to enroll their children to daycare centers is to get acquainted with the compass of activities, standards, safety of the facilities, and their reputation as a learning center. No one really needs to spend a fortune just to be sure that the daycare center they enroll [...]

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5 Kid-Friendly Tips in Preparing a Child For Daycare

July 19, 2009

Tweet Tweet Aside from learning about a child’s ability to adapt in an external environment, parents when considering childcare facilities should be familiarized with the activities, standard and safety of the daycare facilities presented to them. A good-quality daycare facility of choice does not need to be expensive; it may be a daycare facility in [...]

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Success Tips In Opening Your In-Home Day Care

July 19, 2009

Tweet Tweet If you are looking for a home based business, you may be thinking of opening your own day care center. This does not require much plus you can operate it at the comfort of your own home. Especially for those who love children, this may seem to be the perfect job which they [...]

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Daycare Preparation Tips

July 14, 2009

Tweet Tweet A key duty for parents that plan to enroll their children to daycare centers is to get acquainted with the compass of activities, standards, safety of the facilities, and their reputation as a learning center. No one really needs to spend a fortune just to be sure that the daycare center they enroll [...]

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Record Keeping Tips for Your Daycare

June 17, 2009

Tweet Tweet To have a good financial record, you should prepare a number of logs which includes time, food auto, asset, and others. You should monitor your sources of income: private pay, government pay, grants, and food program. You have to keep track also on your financial statement (like cash flow, income statement), business analysis, [...]

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Basic Childcare Tips You Should Know

May 24, 2009

Tweet Tweet The search for basic childcare guidelines should start as soon as you get to know your due date. It pays to search early because it gives you ample time to go through the available childcare options. It is a must that you check and consider different options so that you can settle with [...]

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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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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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Daycare And Preschool Potty Training Tips

March 9, 2009

Tweet Tweet Children who are usually enrolled to a daycare center are usually between the ages of 0 to six years old. This means that there are greater chances for the children enroled in your daycare to still be unaware of how and when to use the potty. It is therefore important for any daycare [...]

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