Many older children attend school during the day and only need daycare for a few hours before or after school. However, when summer vacation comes around, they need to stay at daycare the entire day. At a daycare center, it is less of a problem, since the kids will be engaging in activities appropriate for their age group. In a home daycare, however, the thought of hanging out with babies and toddlers all day is not so appealing to older kids. After the daily stimulation that school gives . . . → Continue Reading This Day Care Article: Daycare During Summer Vacation
Is Your Daycare Provider a Mother? Chances are she is. The vast majority of in-home daycare providers are mothers, and some at daycare centers and some nannies are mothers. Having children often pulls them into the field. There are a number of reasons they enjoy being daycare providers, but probably the biggest is that they found they enjoy being mothers and decided they wouldn’t mind “mothering” a few more.
These daycare mothers have likely been spending time this week on Mother’s Day projects for their charges. It is . . . → Continue Reading This Day Care Article: Celebrate your Daycare for Mothers Day