Working out daily routines in home daycare is one of the most important things you’ll do to make your days successful. Knowing what is coming next helps everyone’s day run more smoothly. Check out this super easy way to plan your schedule and even get a free printable version of what’s worked for me for 23 years of home daycare. There is nothing more important than a daily schedule for kids.
Thinking of gifts for preschoolers can be sometimes be tricky. It’s hard when you don’t have small children in your home to know what they would like and what is safe for them. I have been caring for preschool age children for 23 years and I have some great ideas to share with you to help you get something the child will love.
Kids LOVE dinosaurs, it never fails. Check out a great way to have some serious fun at a dinosaur party for kids without spending a fortune. This party was for my daycare kids. It would make a great birthday party too. What kid wouldn’t want a dinosaur birthday party?
Looking for something new to feed your family? These sausage balls are super easy, and are made with real food ingredients.
I wanted to add some new menu items to my childcare menu and I thought of the idea of a sausage ball recipe. People serve them as hors d’oeuvres at parties, but they are really just cheese and sausage biscuits. I knew they were incredibly easy to make, but they use Bisquick baking mix and I don’t use boxed foods like that.
Do you need a little pizazz to decorate your garden? Check out this great activity to get your kid’s creativity going in the garden, painted rocks. (You’ll love it too!)
When rain is in the forecast, do you panic a little? Sometimes a rainy day can spoil your plans, but with these rainy day activities, you don’t have to have a boring day. Get your thinking cap on and have tons of fun anyway!
Could you use some inspiration in coming up with new lunch ideas for the new CACFP meal requirements coming up in October, 2017? Check this out to get your creative juices flowing and come up with some great ideas.
Have a kid that does not want to eat yummy, healthy food? Does not even want to try a tiny bite? Today we have a guest post from Olivia Johanson from Every Home Remedy. She’s going to share with us one way she is working through picky eating with her son with this superfood pizza her husband makes.
Do you wish you had yummy homegrown vegetables but you don’t think you can have an easy vegetable garden? Vegetable gardening CAN be a full-time job, but you can also garden in just a few easy steps and get those veggies you’re hungry for with a little effort.
Do you need inspiration to come up with great breakfast ideas for your new childcare menu? Here are a few that might spark some ideas in your head and make your meal planning easier for the new CACFP meal requirements in October, 2017. Click here to see them.