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How can I help my child love their preschool teacher?

Four pieces of advice on how to communicate to your child's day care teacher and help your child transition into a new class. Child cares are only as good as the teachers who work there. Therefore, having the right teacher for your child is the most important thing you can do. For many child care centers it is a challenge to retain high quality caregivers as the compensation is low and level of stress is high. Even though you cannot control who is going to be your child's teacher, there are a few things you can do as a parent to help your child have a better experience at school.
 
1. Find out early who is going to be your child's teacher and help your child get to know her/him. Nothing can be as frightening for your child as to feel abandoned with a stranger. Find as much information as you can. To help you we invited child care directors in your area to post pictures and profiles about their staff on kidcarescout.com. If your teacher's picture is missing, ask the director to post a picture and a bio about the teacher and keep it updated as new teachers join the center. It will help your child feel more confident and less intimidated with a new teacher.

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Are there any daycares near me? A guide on how to find daycare in the right location.

You might wonder – where are all those child care centers? Child care centers like to hide in strip malls, public schools, residential areas, and within other business (gyms, for example). You may ask, why does it matter where a school is located?
 
Child care teachers – centers hire locally, so your child's teacher probably lives somewhere near the school and the kids will be from the same community.
 
Child care building – the part of town the school is located in will influence the kind of building it has. Older and busier parts of town tend to have smaller playgrounds and parking lots.
 
Child care cost – if the property value around the school is high, it will affect your tuition fees.
 
Child care availability – if there is an older population living in a particular area, there are fewer schools and therefore fewer choices for child care.
 
Child care hours of operation – schools located near businesses tend to have more flexible hours than in residential areas.

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Behind the child care doors or 6 keys to open the door to the right care

Each child care center is a unique world for you and your child to discover.
 
Have you ever wondered what is it like behind child care center doors? Who are these people who take care of your child? What happens when you leave your baby and go to work?
 
There are many tips and tricks to find quality child care. Sure, there are some better run schools and some struggling schools. You might even have heard a story or two about how horrible daycares can be. However, it is not all about clean bathrooms and well-equipped playgrounds. There is so much more that makes child care the right place for your baby. That is why we decided to create kidcarescout.com, a FREE online resource to help parents and child care providers find each other. Here you will find the right information to make your decision. We also have other parents who already have children in the programs you are considering available for questions. In return, we hope that once you learn about a specific program you will be willing to help too.

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