Parents can be sensitive when it comes to their children. I know I am. So there are times when we have to deal with angry parents in childcare.
Take time off to rejuvenate yourself is a must to keep being your best. But how do you take time off when you run a home daycare?
A home daycare daily schedule will be your best friend for success in running a home daycare. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.
The first thing you need when opening a home daycare is a contract. This sample contract for home daycare will make it a cinch. And you’ll avoid a lot of frustration.
Do you love children? Do you want to do something that really matters? Maybe home daycare for you. Check out this home daycare business plan and see if it’s financially viable.
Home daycare record keeping is one of the most important parts of the job. After doing a great job with kids, it’s second to your path to success.
You might think that home daycare is babysitting, but there are so many more benefits of home daycare than people ever realize!
If you have been wondering, should I open a home daycare? You’re in the right place. I opened mine in 1995 and I have tons of insight to share with you.
My house is very small, at 1100 square feet. And I have run a successful home daycare in it since 1999. See how we learn in a small home daycare layout.
I’ve been running a home daycare on my own since 1995 and I’m going to share my knowledge with you. This is a tough job, but there’s nothing I’d rather be doing.