The Top Learning And Development Questions To Ask Before Your Toddler Starts Daycare

Posted on: 24 March 2020

What will your toddler learn during their daycare day? If your one- or two-year-old is new to toddler child care services, take a look at the learning and development questions you should ask right now. What Content Areas Does Your Curriculum Include? While different toddler child care centers vary in overall curricula, most should include basic age and developmentally appropriate learning opportunities. The curriculum will cover a variety of content areas.
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Using Daycare So Both Parents Can Work

Posted on: 23 October 2019

It has become commonplace for both parents to have to join the workforce in the United States. In many cases, it is a financial necessity for families to need two incomes. One major roadblock in doing this is caring for your children. Who will drop the kids off at school and pick them up when it's over? Who will be home with them during summer vacation? Using a daycare service can be the solution to these common issues.
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What Might Go Into Your Foster Care Licensing Process

Posted on: 23 May 2019

So you want to become a foster parent. You relish the idea of being able to parent children who have had a rough life and need someone stable to help them grow. Maybe you can't have children of your own or your brood is older and out of the house. Maybe you just want to do what you can to help other people, starting with children. Perhaps you're allured by the potential financial kickback you can get by taking in foster kids, especially when you're already wanting to do some good in your community.
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Your Toddler, Child Care And Kindergarten Readiness: It's Not Too Early To Start

Posted on: 28 June 2018

Child care is much more than a drop-off point for your toddler during the work day. While the daycare center does offer a valuable supervision service, it's also a learning space where your child gets their first taste of a formal education. And that means this early learning environment is preparing your child to eventually transition from preschool to kindergarten. Even though your child won't be ready for kindergarten until age 5, that doesn't mean they aren't developing "
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