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Running a Successful Daycare- Tips


· Location

· Quality of teachers / care takers

· Child teacher ratio

· Quality of the products used I the daycare

· Advertising from time to time

· Students performance

· Quality of food

· Safety

· Operating hours


· Client / Parent Child Records

· Expense records

· Scheduling Food Menu

· Scheduling Holidays of Staff

· Overhead well organized

· Written Policies and Procedures

· Classroom organization

· Instructional strategies

· Proper monitoring situations

· Differentiating learning for individual students / children

Running a daycare business can be very challenging at times. Especially if your business includes multiple kids of different age group eg, 6 months to 10 years. Keeping all of them busy altogether is difficult. The Child care areas and care providers should be divided accordingly.

The larger your daycare becomes, the more problems that can arise. Managing it all may even seem overwhelming at times. However, these useful tips can help turn your chaotic center into a toddlers paradise. The most important is ‘The Child Should Love To Come To The Daycare’.


There is a lot of factors involved in successfully managing a daycare. Initial hiccups are common and this phase will phase out eventually. You must be able to run a tight ship in an unpredictable environment at the beginning. Your children, parents, staff and schedule can quickly become a nightmare for management. Here are five tips to help to help guide your business:

1. Staff

Ensure that every member of your staff is properly trained, certified, and licensed to give care to multiple children. Make certain that one caregiver does not have more children than they can handle.

Watch for signs that staff may be getting overworked. If it becomes necessary to hire another caregiver, do so. It's better to pay another employee than risk losing clients because of sub-par care.

2. Equipment / Child Friendly / Child Centric

Other than what you use for food preparation, the majority of your equipment will be educational and play-related. Be certain that everything is age appropriate. Additionally, offer a wide variety of items to keep children occupied.

3. Naptime!

Get your children on a regular nap schedule at some point during their stay. Remember, a well-rested child is often much easier to handle. Naptimes also provide your caregivers and workers with a break.

4. Snacks

When it comes to food, proper planning is very important. Try not to keep anything for the last minute. Make sure the fruits and vegetables are seasonal and good quality. This will help you to be in budget. Give healthy options of what children will want to eat. Use colorful fruits and vegetables to catch the child's attention. ‘Nutritious Food Can Be Healthy Too”.

5. Safety

Safety always has to come first. Make sure that all toys and equipment are clean, tidy and sanitized daily / weekly. Immediately discard anything that might be considered unsafe. Keep age groups centric toys around. Please be careful that younger children are not getting hold of small toy pieces eg, lego, smaller blocks, puzzle pieces. And, of course, make sure that you have a fully stocked first-aid kit readily available and facility of ‘Doctor on Call’.

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