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"The most adorable thing a
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Daycare Recordkeeping", by Brigitte A. Thompson.
fantastic read for anyone running a Daycare or
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Place Winner receives an Ebook titled:
"Learning Letters Worksheets A-M", by Kris Williams.
Excellent Ebook for those in Child Care who would
like to teach their pre-schoolers the letters A-M
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FIRST ISSUE that is now available in PDF format for
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Perfect Daycare Interview
Who conducts a
daycare interview, the parents or the caregiver?
Ask a parent
and I’m sure they’ll tell you they interview the providers
before they decide where the comfort level is. There is a
lot to consider while choosing who takes care of those
most precious to them. And they’re right.
childcare provider who conducts the interview and you’ll
get a resounding, “I do.” And, that’s right, too. They
are responsible for making sure parents have the proper
forms filled out, know their way around, the hours, the
rules and regs…the list is exhausting. But that’s the
least of it. Providers have the right and the
responsibility of assessing whether their potential client
is a good match for the rest of the group, and for their
Operating Instructions for Human
By Robert Rickover
“I’m from the factory
and I know how instructions are put together. You go
out on the assembly line with a tape recorder and the
foreman sends you to talk to the guy he needs least,
the biggest goof-off he’s got, and whatever he tell
you - that’s the instructions. The next guy might have
told you something completely different, and probably
better, but he’s too busy”. - from Zen and the Art of
Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Persig