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Five reasons why a childcare management software helps parents feel comfortable
By Erika Rivera 8 July 2020

Let’s be realistic, for many parents, dropping their children off at daycare is still a difficult thing to do, even when they’ve relied on child care for some time and built relationships with the teachers and staff. The truth is that not knowing what is going on at daycare and not being present to witness how situations are handled is why it could be nerve-racking for parents to feel confident about childcare.

Reopening your childcare center and enforcing safety measures
By Erika Rivera 21 June 2020

Securing your teachers' and students' health and safety is probably your main concern as you reopen your child care center. Below is a list of the most accurate safety measures you can follow to ensure you can securely operate your center and lessen the risk of COVID-19. The importance of cleanliness can never be stressed enough during this COVID-19 outbreak.

Five Father’s Day activities for Kids
By Erika Rivera 8 June 2020

It’s that time of the year where children know they have to spoil their daddy’s and create a sweet and personal surprise for Father’s Day. Are you wondering what arts and craft ideas will make a great gift? Look no further! Below are five arts and crafts activities that will spark your child’s interest and make Father’s Day fun to celebrate.

Help your child relieve emotional strain with these helpful tips
By Erika Rivera 7 May 2020

We all know that stress is a natural emotional response to pressure or demanding circumstances. Still, too much of it can put a person in a fight or flight mode that can trigger hormones that can raise unhealthy symptoms.These are three helpful tips you can implement with your child if you notice emotional strain or tension in response to the Coronavirus:

Don't let your children fall behind while they are in quarantine
By Erika Rivera 27 March 2020

Any amount of learning is enough for a child to build his or her cognitive development skills. Whether your child is exploring the world he or she lives in, counting, or calling out numbers; these opportunities help shape cognitive learning. There are so many fun activities you can implement at home to strengthen this milestone.

How can your childcare center rise from this sudden worldwide crisis?
By Erika Rivera 24 March 2020

As you prepare for a new academic year, you’re probably wondering how the circumstances surrounding the Coronavirus will impact your center and deciding what marketing efforts will work to get your business running again.𝐃𝐨 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐧𝐞𝐞𝐝 𝐡𝐞𝐥𝐩 𝐫𝐢𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐬 𝐮𝐧𝐟𝐨𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐞𝐞𝐧 𝐩𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐞𝐦𝐢𝐜?

Has the coronavirus outbreak raised anxiety and fear among your children?
By Erika Rivera 18 March 2020

As the circumstances circulating the coronavirus continue to emerge, so does the fear and tension of people worldwide. And although the conditions that accompany this pandemic can be easy to handle for an adult, children, on the other hand, may have trouble accepting or facing the reality they're living.

Will the Coronavirus outbreak affect your child care center?
By Erika Rivera 11 March 2020

As Coronavirus cases continue to rise across the globe, many child care centers and public schools have attempted to take preventative measures to avoid the spread of the virus and try to safeguard the health and well-being of their students and teachers. But, exactly what actions will secure the safety of those you care for and serve?

Why Should Childcare Centers Digitize Their Paper Duties?
By Erika Rivera 08 March 2020

When it comes to deciding whether to digitize one's paper duties, most child care administrators don’t need too much time to think this transition over.Mainly because they know that there are plenty of advantages to making the switch. Keep reading along to learn why it’s beneficial to eliminate your paper duties and switch to a digital platform.

Why it's a good idea to use newsletters to communicate
By Erika Rivera 21 February 2020

If you own a childcare business, you know that there’s always information you want to share with your student’s parents like dates to important events or valuable information about tuition rates. But, posting your messages on bulletin boards or the front door has become a waste of time as you notice

Five fun Valentine day Ideas to implement at your childcare center
By Erika Rivera 10 February 2020

Valentine’s Day is a special occasion for people everywhere, as it’s an opportunity to show those you love how much they mean to you with candy and unique gifts. For childcare teachers, It's a chance to develop lesson plans that involve arts and crafts, which can foster fun learning and creativity.

How to approach a parent about their child's misbehavior
By Erika Rivera 3 December 2019

Disciplining students and finding creative ways to help them stay academically engaged are not the only difficult duties that come with being a childcare teacher. In fact, setting up conferences with parents to discuss student behavior is one of the tasks most teachers think twice about mainly because of the fear of an altercation or the lack of support. Unfortunately, for a lot of parents, it's challenging

How to promote a healthy childcare environment during flu season
By Erika Rivera 5 November 2019

When flu season reaches its peak, it’s common for absences to begin to rise in any childcare setting, as it’s a time of the year when children are most susceptible to illnesses. Although it’s impossible to have a germ and disease-free childcare setting, several measures can be taken to minimize the spread of germs and diseases and ensure you and your students are engaging in a healthy environment.

Fun things to do for Halloween at your center
By Erika Rivera 10 October 2019

Welcoming the month of October means welcoming all of the fun that comes with celebrating Halloween. For children and teachers everywhere, it’s about engaging in creative Halloween activities and learning while having fun. Here are the 5 fun Halloween activities that are sure to educate your students and foster creativity and enjoyment:

Reasons Why Your Daycare Needs A Website
By Jessy 14 March

Running your own childcare service is no easy task, and your checklist is guaranteed to never end. But this shouldn’t be an excuse to take shortcuts when it comes to create your own website and increase your online visibility. It is vital to position your business online with a strong, professional destination that gives parents the motivation to engage with your services.



Meet and exceed your daycare enrollment goals
By Jessy 25 February 2019

As a Child Care provider you have your reasons for starting a daycare center and become a business owner. After doing the base work of licensing, classroom decors, hiring teachers, getting meal plan contracts etc, it all comes down to the promotion and marketing techniques you use to become a successful business owner.

Compatible Devices for using Child Journal
By Jessy 25 April 2019

We recommend checking the IOS and Google Play store to get the minimum requirement for installing iOS or Android OS version on your smart device. Child Journal tests all its apps on new OS versions after the OS is released. It may take several days or more to complete testing and, if necessary, update the Child Journal app to be fully compatible with a new OS version.

Benefits of Using ChildCare Application at Your Center
By Jessy 13 February

Daycare facilities are now becoming indispensable, especially for the millennial working parents who need a safe place to take care of their kids during their busy work schedules. While being engaged in their daily work routines, they can’t stop bothering about their children’s wellbeing and growth. They want to be a part of their child’s daily activities which entail feeding, cleaning, sleeping, playing and learning, as much as possible.