With the holiday season coming to an end, it’s time to think about getting back on the normal day care schedule. But what to do with the pile of new and old gifts that your child has surely accumulated through the season? Don’t throw them away! The season of giving need not come to an end so soon and Decide on Day Care is here to help!
This is a great opportunity to set aside the old books and toys that your child . . . → Continue Reading This Day Care Article: Day Care Donations Teach Your Child Giving
Gifts for Day Care Providers
Your child’s day care center teachers, in-home childcare provider, or nanny, deserve recognition for the priceless service they provide. You want to give them a token of appreciation for their hard work, especially around the holidays, but what would be appropriate? Decide on Day Care is here to help!
Day Care Center Teachers
Your child may be in a room with several teachers. If you are strapped for cash, an appreciative note is very welcome. If you would like . . . → Continue Reading This Day Care Article: Day Care Gifts for Birthdays and Holidays
This article is credited to: By Maureen Salamon, MyHealthNewsDaily Contributor posted: 07 December 2010 11:39 am ET
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Young children who attend large day care facilities suffer more respiratory and ear infections as toddlers than kids who spend their days at home, but develop fewer such illnesses during their grade-school years, a new study suggests.
“Overall, all the children got sick the same amount, so there are no differences between the groups — just the timing is . . . → Continue Reading This Day Care Article: Day Care Kids Get More Infections Now, but Fewer Later