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Once you figure out which ages you want to care for
Once you figure out which ages you want to care foryou will need to figure out how many children you can watch.
Are you licensed or registered?You will need to check with your state licensor or your you can look into the handbook you received from the state when you got licensed to see how many children you are allowed to watch.
Check you states requirementsNot sure how many children you can watch, or can't find your handbook? Click here to go to your States Child Care Licensure Regulations and click on your state and find your states daycare information or call your licensor to find out exactly how many children and what ages you can watch.
Next, you will need to figure out how much to chargeFirst, check the newspaper, check craigslist, and call the local child care centers in your area to see how much they are charging for full time care versus part time care. Write down the prices and then check the newspapers and call anyone who is adverting and see how much they are charging and what they offer.
Infant Careis usually priced a lot higher. As infants usually require a lot more one-on-one care.
What will you be offering? Parent Interviews Marketing Your Daycare Parent's Contract Daily Schedule Weekly Food Menu's
What will you be offering?Are you going to provide meals and snacks, will you be teaching their children their ABC's, will children be allowed to wach TV and if so, how much TV and which types of TV shows? Will you be offering the children daily art such as coloring, painting, gluing, etc.
Parent InterviewsOnce you figure out how much your going to charge, you need to write it down and put it next to the phone and now its time to start advertising your child care openings.
Marketing Your DaycareNow its time to make an ad and place it into your local newspaper, place some flyers around town, place an ad on craigslist and you can also click here to advertise your child care business for free.
Parent's ContractAfter you set up an interview to meet with the parents you will need a contract and a parents handbook which will show all your policy's. If you need help making the contracts, parent handbook or need other daycare forms, click here for some free samples or to purchase daycare forms.
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Weekly Food Menu'sneed help making your weely child care food menu, click here to view our child care food menu.