A Full Daycare EVERY Day! Even When A Child is at Home Sick or Away on Vacation!

One of the biggest challenges of being a home daycare provider is our fluctuating salary. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to rely on a regular pay check amount every month? Many providers have an enrolment policy that states the parents only pay for the days when their child is in care. If the…
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Want Daycare Clients Who Always Pick Up on Time? 2 Secrets That Work!

One of the most common complaints from home daycare providers is how to deal with daycare parents who are consistently late. It is easy to understand how parents can find themselves arriving late. Work deadlines, rush hour traffic and a quick stop at the corner store can all result in them being late to pick…
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Five Toys With Top-Notch Play Value for 2 and 3 Year Olds

  Home daycare providers need high quality toys that are going to appeal to a wide range of ages and personality types. Toys that are solid and will stand up to repeated play without breaking or wearing out. We need toys that are versatile and can be used for a variety of games. What are…
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7 Child Proofing Ideas for Your Home Daycare Play Room

500,000 children under the age of 4 are injured in the home every year (according to a 2016 report by Child Alert). This is a shocking statistic that we as child care providers need to take seriously. Nothing is more powerful for keeping children safe as proper supervision from an attentive adult. Home child care providers…
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Top Ten Toys for Endless Hours of Play -Best Picks for a Home Daycare

  Many daycare providers and preschool teachers wonder:  What types of toys are best?  Which ones will the children play with again and again? Which ones are sturdy enough to last many years of constant wear and tear? Which ones will appeal to multiple age ranges of children? Which ones will be educational?  Which ones…
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Preschool Letter of the Week Program – Free

Do you have preschoolers in your home daycare this year?  Are you wondering how to include some letter learning into your busy day? Would you like a program that is easy to implement and uses items found around the house?  One that doesn’t require a lot of preparation in the evening?  One that includes activities,…
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Is Your Play Room Setup Working for You? Or Causing Problems?

Many home daycare providers welcome new children into their daycare group every year. Once the new children are in your care for a few weeks you can tell if your playroom setup is helping you or working against you. I just changed around my playroom to reflect the new ages of my group and their…
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How To Make A Child Feel Welcomed on the First Day of Preschool

The first day of preschool (or daycare for younger children) can be scary.  An experienced daycare provider has the ability to make a child feel welcomed using a few trade secrets. Integrating new children can be challenging if they are reluctant to leave their parent.  As home daycare providers our group often changes and we…
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Free Ebook – Work at Home as a Home Daycare Provider! Is this right for me?

Are you interested in working from home?  Is it important to be there when your baby takes his first steps?  Want to spend the whole summer home with your own children? Would you like to make an income while you eliminate your child care costs? Frustrated at constantly rushing your child (and yourself) in the…
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It’s Live!!! My How to Start A Home Daycare Video Course has been Launched!

A big thank you to my readers who have been waiting patiently while I created this course. How to Start A Home Daycare Video Course is live and ready for you to get started. Many of us parents wonder how we can stay at home with our young children while still bringing in an income.…
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