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Cleaning Out Toys for Daycare and Tax Deductions

toy-messAre you wondering what to do with the piles of new stuff you have for your kids? Are they outgrowing the toys you have been accumulating over the year? Is that tax time just around the corner? Here at Decide on Daycare we can help you with all of those!

It’s that time of year again, when we find ourselves buried under piles of new toys while we look at the piles of old toys to and try to figure out what to do with it all.

First . . . → Continue Reading This Day Care Article: Cleaning Out Toys for Daycare and Tax Deductions

Cyber Monday Deal on Baby Signing Time

daycare-babyOne of the most frustrating things to both parents and their children is not being able to communicate properly. It takes children years to learn how to talk. As a parent you don’t have to wait years to learn to communicate with your child. How do you talk to those that can’t? Through sign language of course!

Sign language is something that your baby, even an infant can learn to use. It is comprised of basic motions and movements which are much easier for your baby to learn then a speaking language. . . . → Continue Reading This Day Care Article: Cyber Monday Deal on Baby Signing Time

Day Care Kids Get More Infections Now, but Fewer Later

daycare_toy_trainThis article is credited to: By Maureen Salamon, MyHealthNewsDaily Contributor posted: 07 December 2010 11:39 am ET

We found this article very interesting and thought that we would share it with you.

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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