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HERE ARE SOME INTERVIEW QUESTIONS TO TAKE WITH YOU TO A POTENTIAL NEW DAYCARE

 
Here is a quick list of questions to ask any day care facility you may be thinking of using for your children...
 
DAY CARE CENTERS
  •  Do caregivers have first-aid/CPR and child development training?

  •  Is each child assigned to a primary caregiver?

  •  How many children do you serve, and what are their ages?

  •  What is the range of activities in which the children participate?

  •  How large is the center? (There should be 35 square feet per child in order for each child to have enough room to play comfortably.)

  •  Is the center licensed?

  •  What happens if I need to bring my child early or pick him up late?

  •  Do you let kids attend if they're not potty-trained or if they have a runny nose or a cough?

  •  How do you discipline kids?

  •  Is there an outside play area? Do kids use it every day?

  •  Do you ever take children on outings off-site?

  •  Will I be charged if I take a vacation or my child is sick?

FAMILY DAY CARE
  •  How long have you been providing care?

  •  Do you have first-aid/CPR and child development training?

  •  Do you have a current state license or registration?

  •  How many children do you care for? What are their ages?

  •  Do you care for the same group of kids every day?

  •  What is a typical day like for the children? How much time do they spend outside?

  •  What meals and supplies do I need to provide?

  •  Can I drop my child off early or pick him up late sometimes?

  •  What happens if you are ill?

  •  If my child gets sick, would you give him medication?

  •  If my child misses a day, do I still have to pay?

  •  Do you let children watch TV?

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