Month: September 2012

How being a teacher has helped me as an entrepreneur

Well, I’m about six months into this entrepreneurial business thing, and I have to say, its been quite a ride. The day we had our first dayhome sign on, I literally ran across the room and JUMPED on my husband in a full body hug I was so excited! Then there have been the days when my […]

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Little People, BIG Personalities – keeping 2 steps ahead!

Now you know the kids in your care a little better, or you have realized that there are certain traits that a common among kids.  The question that begs answering now is, what to do about it!?  Of course you can’t be all things to all people, but if you build something into your day for each […]

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Little People, BIG Personalities

Whether you are a parent, a teacher, a volunteer or a dayhome provider, you quickly learn that little people can have BIG personalities!  Sometimes they mesh with yours and your methods, sometimes…. not so much.  So what to do? Not all strategies are going to work with all types, so it’s best to have an […]

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How to create a "look book" to avoid wardrobe wars!

Another great idea from www.nanny.net.  For those of us adults trying to figure out what to wear in the morning, we might want to make one of these for ourselves too!! How many times have you heard this? “But that (purple shirt) and (red and green striped leggings) are my FAVOURITE!!!!”  Create your child a […]

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