Adding childcare management software or making a change to your software is not an easy or small decision. That’s why the team at iCare Software puts so much thought and…
Childcare businesses take so much time, effort and management. At times, administrators might feel hopeless or desperate in finding better balance in their lives and improving the finances of their…
Childcare centers face fierce competition from other centers in their area and changes in the industry, such as more parents working at home or using in-home daycare options. The ever-changing…
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.
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?
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.
Montessori is the concept that a child is naturally interested in learning when placed in a supportive learning environment. This method of teaching believes in forming the whole child including its physical, social, emotional and cognitive wellbeing. If you’re looking to become an expert at Montessori school management, we have some tips to make that a reality.
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.
If you added childcare management software to your center but haven’t seen a huge change, you might not be using it to its full advantage. Getting through the initial implementation phase for childcare software can be exciting, but then you lose focus and go back to your old habits of managing your center on paper. We have recommendations for how to reboot your digital efforts to make your childcare center great and raise amazing children. Here’s how to get the most out of your investment in childcare management software.
As you get back into the swing of things with the school year starting, now is a great time to evaluate your childcare center’s communication with parents. Things to look for in your evaluation: Ensure communication is clear If action is required, reiterate what’s expected at the end of the communication to better ensure the action is taken