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Educational Daycare: a Great Solution for Busy Moms and Dads?

>> Dec 6, 2010

Nowadays, it has already become common facts that both parents, Moms and Dads, must work outside their homes. The piling bills and current hard economic situation force many parents to do this. Some parents ask their relatives to care for their children while they are working. If you have reliable and capable relatives who want to look after your child while you’re not at home, you’re lucky!

Some other parents hire a nanny. Well, it’s all up to you, parents, but I myself won’t try this option, unless I have known well the nanny before and she is recommended by people that I’m close with. Seeing news in television that showed a nanny tortured a baby makes me paranoid!

Well, if you are super busy parents who don’t feel comfortable to hire a nanny and you also live far from your relatives, have you considered taking your toddler to an educational daycare? My first time knowing a daycare facility is when I was in lower secondary school. There’s a daycare facility next to my school. Every morning, I see lots of parents came to entrust their children. Sometimes, I and several friends looked inside through the windows and watched several playing children and sleeping babies. So cute.

I agree with the importance of early childhood education, as recommended by many experts. It’s a big task for every parent. But as parents, you should realize that you aren’t specially educated and trained as educators for your child. There are lot of things about children’s grow and development process that you don’t yet aware.
For your information, there are five equally important areas of young child’s development. Remember this “SPICE”: Social, Physical, Intellectual, Creative and Emotional Development. To maximize your child’s potency, you should ensure that your child has experienced and passed through all these developments appropriately.

That’s why, in my opinion, your child also need early education from trained and certified early childhood educators at a certified preschool or daycare. Together with your children, you can learn from educators there. I’m a stay at home woman, so, I prefer to choose a quality preschool. For busy parents, a quality certified educational daycare can be the best choice.

Give your young child a valuable fun learning experience in a school environment since early age; and watch your child’s development progress in every area. You’ll be amazed and grateful!

I wrote this article as an expression of my opinion, after reading the article written by Emily Patterson and Kathleen Thomas. Emily and Kathleen are Communications Coordinators for the Atlanta day care facility, a member of the AdvancED® accredited family of Primrose Schools (located in 16 states throughout the U.S.) and part of the network of day care preschools delivering progressive, early childhood, Balanced Learning® curriculum.

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