Planning meals for your family AND Childcare can become overwhelming.
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Fall is a busy time. You may have your own kids heading back to school, have new families starting, perhaps you are introducing a new routine, or your might be adding a new educational component to your program. With these changes, and the busy holiday season around the corner, it's easy to start to feel overwhelmed and unorganized. To help you feel less overwhelmed, I've gathered up some of my favorite tips to help you ready your program for Fall!
1. Create a Welcome Routine
Have a good morning routine. One fun way to welcome new children into your program (and practice name recognition) is with a daily
sign in and sign out activity.
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Whether it be Stringing, Poking, Pinching, Squishing, Wrapping, Scooping, Stacking, Sticking, Pealing, or Painting..there are so many fun ways to give those little fingers and hands a workout.
Having strong fine motor skills makes it easier for children to perform Self-help skills such as Dressing (tying shoes, buttoning, buckles, and zipping), as well as other functional tasks such as manipulating small pieces, cutting and writing.
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