5 Tips on Saving Paper in Your Childcare Center

By lowering your expenses, you can increase your revenues at your childcare center. Printing out paper records and parent information can end up costing you a hefty fee over the course of the year, especially if you have high enrollment.

Solving most common childcare problems

Most parents realize the value their childcare team brings to their child’s development and learning. But no matter how much parents love and appreciate the work you do, they’ll still bring their concerns to you over problems they see in your childcare center.

Productivity tips for your childcare center

Ever wish you had more time in your day to manage your childcare center? The key might not be adding hours to the day. It might be that you can enhance your productivity to get more out of the time you already have.

Simplify classroom management

What’s your student-to-teacher ratio look like each day? Do you have room for more enrollments? Would hiring new teachers make a difference?

Childcare Management Checklist Every Childcare Center Should Have

Running a successful childcare center can be an extremely fulfilling job, not only for you, but also for the parents and children you serve. But it’s a constant challenge to keep your center up to date and competitive. To help you, here’s the childcare management checklist your childcare center needs.

Setting and Communicating Your Holiday Hours

You may be breathing a sigh of relief that the holidays have come and gone. However, now is a great time to evaluate your holiday hours and announce any changes you’d like to make.

Sending out an annual calendar with days you planned to be closed helps parents know what to expect from your center and plan for days off work if needed.

5 Professional Qualities that Standout in Childcare Centers and Preschools

Childcare can be a challenging profession. There are 5 qualities that the really great childcare professionals tend to have. Here are those qualities so you can watch out for them as you work to build a winning team.

Patience
A great preschool teacher or administrator is patient because young children tend to ask repeat questions and need constant reminders of the same things over and over again. Children have energy galore and may need to be pulled back into the learning scene repeatedly throughout the day as they try to expel all that energy.