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Questions to Ask a Day Care Center Representative
Finding the right licensed childcare center for your child may help with his or her separation anxiety at drop off. If the daycare professionals understand your child’s temperament and can meet his or her needs, your infant will feel secure. To locate the daycare program with the best fit you can interview several daycare providers. The following questions may be helpful.

  • How does the facility keep toddlers safe and healthy?
    Ask the daycare provider to give you an example of how he or she keeps children safe and well. Teachers who use hand sanitizer regularly keep bacteria from spreading from infant to child. Toys and play surfaces that are wiped down by providers with disposable towels and bleach keep children safe from runny noses, sweaty feet, and diaper waste. When kindergarten kids play with toys and on equipment at the facility that is age-appropriate they are less likely to become injured.

  • How are kids grouped?
    When kids feel accepted by their peers and protected by the daycare instructors, they gain a positive impression of school. Maybe the daycare separates children by age and gender for most of the day, except for craft time. Perhaps kids are divided during playtime according to ability to run, kick, and throw. Maybe the children who prefer quieter projects such as crafts can be encouraged to join singing time with the whole group for a fun balance.

  • How does the daycare handle bad behavior of children?
    Authority can make a child feel protected and safe. However, if punishments are too harsh a child may rebel. When daycare providers tell the child what is expected and what happens if he or she disobeys, children will know how to behave in society. If the scolding is loud, scary and confusing, the child only learns to fear leaving home for daycare in the morning.

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    Best Care Christian Acadey
    1 review: *****
    6550 Marinette Dr, Houston, TX 77036
    (713) 541-6676 Write review for this local business

    "wow this is the best childcare in houston i know right now. good business, keep it good ..."
    Good Choice Home Daycare Write review for this local business
    12710 Alderwood Dr, Missouri City, TX 77489
    (832) 368-1329  
    Accepting children from 1 month to 12 years old. We are infant and child CPR certified. We offer very affordable rates. Hot meals are happily served everyday. Fun, friendly, and safe environment, run by caring professionals.
    Creative Connections Childrens Center
    1 review: *****
    9302 Wilcrest Dr, Houston, TX 77099
    (281) 568-1121 Write review for this local business

    "During the period of time that my child attended this child care facility, we experienced unfair treatment. The center did not comply with the specials and offers that they advertised.When my child was enrolled they offered after hours child care,which was perfect because of my work schedule.After the first week thay discontinued this stating not enough children participated.Though they continued ..."
    Cookies & Cream Day Care Center Write review for this local business
    3322 Yellowstone Blvd, Houston, TX 77021
    (713) 842-1021  
    Gulf Coast Community Services Write review for this local business
    5000 Gulf Fwy Bldg 1, Houston, TX 77023
    (713) 343-5174  
    Toddler House The Write review for this local business
    2215 W 34th St, Houston, TX 77018
    (713) 681-3422  
    Right Fit Day Care Write review for this local business
    5703 Ricky St, Houston, TX 77033
    (832) 582-8926  
    The Toddler House Write review for this local business
    4300 W 34th St Ste 100, Houston, TX 77092
    (713) 680-0101  
    Heaven's Nest Write review for this local business
    2902 Briarhurst Dr, Houston, TX 77057
    (281) 919-6316  
    TLC Academy II Write review for this local business
    9405 Lockwood Dr, Houston, TX 77016
    (713) 633-8522  
    Toddler House The Write review for this local business
    6606 W 43rd St, Houston, TX 77092
    (713) 462-5093  
    Neighborhood Centers Inc Write review for this local business
    6447 Prestwood Dr, Houston, TX 77081
    (713) 988-6265  
    Robindell Private School Write review for this local business
    6610 Alder Dr, Houston, TX 77081
    (713) 667-9895  
    Broadway Daycare & Learning Center Write review for this local business
    3507 Broadway St, Houston, TX 77017
    (713) 649-2911  
    Bunker Hill KinderCare Write review for this local business
    937 Bunker Hill Rd, Houston, TX 77024
    (713) 464-1625  
    L & S Small World Academy Write review for this local business
    401 W Donovan St, Houston, TX 77091
    (713) 697-0811  
    Spirtual Beginnings Child Care Write review for this local business
    12685 Hiram Clarke Rd, Houston, TX 77045
    (713) 721-5900  
    Spring Branch KinderCare Write review for this local business
    10170 Emnora Ln, Houston, TX 77080
    (713) 468-2158  
    Bellfort Street KinderCare Write review for this local business
    7828 Bellfort St, Houston, TX 77061
    (713) 644-2763  
    Bertha Alyce Center Write review for this local business
    5601 S Braeswood Blvd, Houston, TX 77096
    (713) 551-7200  
    Rising Stars Learning Center Write review for this local business
    2320 Blalock Rd, Houston, TX 77080
    (713) 647-0061  
    Blossom Heights CDC Write review for this local business
    8702 Lipan Rd, Houston, TX 77063
    (713) 898-1564  
    Miss Mary's Angels Daycare Write review for this local business
    9802 N Houston Rosslyn Rd, Houston, TX 77088
    (713) 856-8848  
    Target centers that offer what your child is interested in, such as music, arts and crafts, sports, fitness, development, and learning skills. Then contact a few different day care centers to get information such as contact person, hours, availability, programs offered, age groups, activities and cost. Meet with the child care providers, making sure they have the proper licensing in your state or county, college degrees, training and certification. Make sue they are registered. Research the day care center's background and experience beforehand, and find out whether it is part of a local, national or international association. Some college students make a decent living from caring for children and infants from home, so look into that aspect as well. Chat with the child care and business staff to see if they are courteous, helpful, and knowledgeable. Check out the cleanliness of the school as well. Ask about the various activities, fitness programs, play areas, social activities, reading areas, and other resources available for your child's age group, whether baby or preschool child. If the center is part of a church, be sure to inquire what religious aspects will be incorporated into the curriculum. Find out if the center accepts your child's age group, such as infant, baby, toddler, preschool child or older child. And don't forget to ask if the center offers weekend care, in addition to weekday care, as well as morning, afternoon and after school care. Make sure the costs and rates fit your budget as well. Inquire about day care laws and rules in your state, such as those concerning morning drop off and afternoon pick up. Before choosing a day care center, keep in mind location, availability, programs, costs, age groups, and experience.

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