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Better Planning: Child Care Tips From The Frontline

Hello. I'm a mum with seven children under ten years of age. As you can imagine, all aspects of child care have become the centre of my life. Finding child-friendly products, appropriate play groups and suitable child care facilities are challenges I face on a daily basis. Of course, I'm much more relaxed now after seven children, and I know exactly what products, play groups, and facilities to look for. I figured that other parents might be able to use some of the hacks I've learnt along the way. I hope you find my entries entertaining and informative. Happy parenting!

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Better Planning: Child Care Tips From The Frontline


Essential Factors to Look For in Child Care Centres

Many reasons exist why parents to choose to take their children to child care centres or even for vacation care. The reasons notwithstanding, there are essential factors that one has to consider when choosing child care centres. Accreditation When choosing a care centre, the first thing that you need to check is whether it has accreditation. Having accreditation entails having an up-to-date certification that confers them the authority to operate the facility.

Encouraging Children to Pick Up a Second Language From an Early Age

Many people are eager for their children to pick up a second language. Learning a second language from a young age is much easier, as the brain is more malleable and able to pick up new language connection more easily. Here are some easy ways to help children learn a second language.  Listening to songs and music Many nursery rhymes and songs have easy-to-download versions in other common languages. Not only does this teach the kids some easy-to-comprehend language, but also it gives them the practice in hearing different sounds and types of letter pronunciation.

Tips On Finding The Right Nanny For A Child With ADHD

If you have a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you may have encountered difficulties in finding a babysitter or nanny. Many people are afraid of taking on a child with learning difficulties or behavioural problems, even for a relatively short period of time, and many don't stick around for long. Here are some tips on how to find a reliable nanny for your child. Where to look Ask at school