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Important Questions for Child Care Services

Although it is often necessary to use a child care service or daycare program, it is imperative to do your research prior to leaving your child, toddler, or infant with anyone. This is to ensure the safety of your baby or kid when he or she is left at a preschool, kindergarten class, or with a babysitter. Below is a list of questions you should ask a daycare service, preschool, or any nannies you are considering.

  • Are you a licensed caregiver or child care provider?
    This is important because you need to know if the babysitters, nannies, or daycare facility is legitimate and qualified. Different development centers, preschools, and child care services may be qualified in different ways and to different degrees.

  • What are your references and education pertaining to child care?
    It is always wise to check the references of any at-home nanny, babysitter, or daycare program you consider. This way you can be certain of their background and previous experience with caring for children.

  • What ages of children are you qualified to care for?
    Depending on the daycare facility or program, they may be able to care for infants, toddlers, and small kids. However, some may only be able to care for certain age groups. It is important to find this out ahead of time.

  • Do you provide meals for the child?
    While some preschools and care facilities provide lunch for the kids, others do not. Therefore you may need to pack a lunch at home, or choose a facility that offers lunches.

  • Is there social interaction and playing with other children?
    Typically your child will interact with other kids, while at a daycare service. There may also be some learning with numbers and words as well as some arts and crafts to improve their overall education.
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    Dulce's Day Care Write review for this local business
    2439 S 71st Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85043
    (623) 936-9013  
    Home child care services that works with the Department of Economic Security to assist eligible families with child care cost. Safe, fun, and loving place to learn and play.
    Bright Futures Childcare Write review for this local business
    926 W Carmen St, Tempe, AZ 85283
    (480) 233-5720  
    Our in-home daycare is fun, loving, and educational. We offer the best care services for children, including nutritious home cooked snacks and lunches, plus educational activities.
    Primrose School of Fletcher Heights
    1 review: *****
    8270 W Lake Pleasant Pkwy, Peoria, AZ 85382
    (623) 825-3221 Write review for this local business

    "Was promised the world. Boasted leader in education and balanced learning. This is only a trademark. This is not what you will get. Check local school district on test scores from this school. Found to be very low. Chrildren enrolled early in kindergarden class tested very low in public. Needed tutor to catch up tp public schools.Paid thousands of dollard for what was promised to be best edu ..." Write review for this local business
    Po Box 94077, Phoenix, AZ 85070
    (480) 460-1817  
    Yellow Brick Road Preschool Write review for this local business
    392 E Windsor Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004
    (602) 265-9424  
    Childhelp Write review for this local business
    2346 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004
    (602) 271-4500  
    Phoenix Day Child Development Write review for this local business
    115 E Tonto St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
    (602) 254-4613  
    Department Of Motor Vehicles Write review for this local business
    200 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85003
    (602) 255-0072  
    Wee Care Child Development Center Inc Write review for this local business
    1149 E Fillmore St, Phoenix, AZ 85006
    (602) 258-2359  
    American Child Care Write review for this local business
    1533 E Willetta St, Phoenix, AZ 85006
    (602) 252-5479  
    Greater Phoenix Urban League Head Start Program Write review for this local business
    1817 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85006
    (602) 276-9305  
    Arizona State Government Child Care Admin Write review for this local business
    1824 E Mckinley St, Phoenix, AZ 85006
    (602) 253-0991  
    Arizona State Government Child Care Licensing Write review for this local business
    150 N 18th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007
    (602) 364-2690  
    A Kiddie's Kingdom Write review for this local business
    2318 N 35th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85009
    (602) 278-1513  
    Maranatha Daycare Write review for this local business
    3526 W Polk St, Phoenix, AZ 85009
    (602) 477-0100  
    Kid's Playland & Preschool Write review for this local business
    4616 S Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85040
    (602) 305-8105  
    Little Duckies Day Care Write review for this local business
    2824 E Chipman Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85040
    (602) 243-7382  
    Child Care Center Write review for this local business
    108 N 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85034
    (602) 286-8130  
    Out of This Wor Write review for this local business
    3849 W Encanto Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85009
    (602) 272-3780  
    Booker T Washington Child Development Center Write review for this local business
    1522 E Adams St, Phoenix, AZ 85034
    (602) 258-1757  
    Phoenix City Government Head Start Centers Write review for this local business
    1625 N 39th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85009
    (602) 233-0043  
    If you're looking to get into a licensed daycare, there are several positions you can apply for. Many centers have a high turn around rate, so with the right credentials and willingness to learn, you can secure a position. In order to be an official preschool teacher, you must have some college education in early childhood development courses or the working equivalent. Kindergarten teachers need a Bachelor's and state license. You must write lesson plans and set up a proper program for each age group you work with. Younger toddlers under two years old do not require extensive activity planning, but you should focus on proper social interaction and building up hand/eye coordination for a kid. Without previous experience, you may be able to work as a teacher's assistant. You will aid the children as they play, help feed them meals, and distribute materials for arts and crafts projects. Often teachers tap into their assistants for aid in lesson plans, but this is not always so. You'll be doing most of the "grunt work," but also having a stronger interaction with the an infant. Daycares are managed by a facility director and often at least one assistant director. These folks run the building, listen to complaints, and basically run interference between parents and preschool teachers. They have to have some teaching experience as well as business experience to properly run a care provider. If you plan on running a home-based facility, you must act as director and teacher. Nannies need to have the same education as center teachers, but must also be willing to work out of someone else's home with any age child. Often nannies have to live on site to help babysit at a moment's notice.

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