After hours child care

After hours child care

  • 3 Signs That Your Child Is Socially Ready For Kindergarten

    Your child has gotten to the right age, and you couldn't be more excited about them joining kindergarten. Even with all the excitement, one question that may linger is whether or not your child is really prepared for kindergarten — not just academically but also socially. Kids that are not socially ready tend to have a difficult time in kindergarten, especially in the first couple of weeks before they adjust.  Here are a few tell-tale signs that you should pay attention to when gauging your child's social readiness

  • Looking for a Child Carer? 3 Qualities That Must Exist for Childcare Relationships to Flourish

    Balancing the demand of childcare and a career can be very difficult for a working parent. The thing to remember when setting up childcare is that there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach to it; families are different, and so are their childcare needs. This article highlights three important qualities that parents must find in child care providers in order to create a stable and safe environment for the child in their absence.

  • How to Choose the Best Childcare Option for Your Family

    When it comes to childcare, you want to find an individual or a facility that works well for your child, and for you. Price alone shouldn't be the determining factor in choosing such a person or childcare centre, as it can be worth a steeper cost for childcare if it means you and your child are both happy with that everyday care. To ensure you find a person or a company that would work well for you and your child, note a few tips to keep in mind even before you begin shopping around.

  • Fun Ways to Teach a Child the Alphabet

    Learning the alphabet is the foundation of being able to read and write, but it's a real challenge for small children. Although they'll eventually learn it in school, if your child can get a head start on remembering their ABCs, it can really give them a boost in their education. The trouble for most parents is that it's a surprisingly difficult thing to achieve. As an adult, you most likely take your alphabetical ability for granted, and it's impossible to remember what it was like to learn your letters.

  • Benefits of In-Home Care for Work at Home Parents

    One of the advantages of the modern age is that a lot of jobs can be done remotely. This can be great for parents of young children as it can allow them to go back to work earlier without needing to add a double commute (to child care and then the office). Here are 3 types of families with work-at-home parents that can really benefit from in-home care.  Breastfeeding mothers

  • About Me

    After hours child care

    I work as a nurse, and I'm separated from my husband, so it's quite complicated for us to work out child care sometimes. We have an family child care centre down the road that is amazing and does so much to keep our family ticking when we need child care out of hours. I know I'm not the only one who needs flexibility in child care, and I know that a lot of other parents are also struggling with the juggle of managing child care out of the normal opening hours of a centre. This blog is a place to share ideas and solutions we have worked out, with each other.