With a new year, comes thoughts of starting off fresh. The new year always gives me the urge to purge. I start looking around and deciding what can go and what new things we need. While it’s true that many things just get worn out and need to be tossed, somethings just need a good clean and they will last another 10-20 kids or so. So today I thought we would see which are the best ways to clean and revive childcare toys and equipment. Ways to Clean Toys
Now that the Holiday season is upon us I wondered what was on a provider’s wish list. Let’s see just what’s out there that providers would love to have at their childcares this year. Some don’t even need batteries. Imagine that! I started this last year, and it was so much fun. So here it is the 2nd Annual Holiday Gift Guide for Child Care.
I recently wrote about the life threatening issue that could arise following immunizations. You can read about that here. Today I thought I would address another issue that providers commonly face with children. The issue of food allergies. I will discuss how to decide whether or not to accept children with food allergies, how to be trained to deal with children who have food allergies and where you can be marketed as an allergy conscious provider. Oh, and hang on till the end for a FREE gift just for you. peanut free childcare