It was a Friday evening in the month of May, after a very busy week, I was actually looking forward to sleeping off in hubby's arms while watching whatever he had for us to see that evening little did I know the day had its own plans.
I heard that sound as I drove off from the office but it sounded like a drag from the tires and not from the car itself. I wound up for a while for some AC, even though I am not such an Ac person and also decided to try the Eko Hotel route home that evening. My colleague who took me home some days back took that route a few times and it seemed okay. As we approached the roundabout I heard that sound again, this time I wound down a bit to listen properly. I was convinced it was this big black jeep beside me and so I continued.
Providing day care for children is a huge responsibility. A crèche and daycare service provides entrepreneurs with an opportunity to pursue a socially conscious, challenging and fulfilling business. If this is an area you are passionate about and would like to build a business around it, here are a few tips you’ll need to transform this idea into a real-life, profitable business.
Step 1: Find out what the law requires
Some African countries may have laws which regulate crèches and day care services. These laws may require day care operators to be licensed or certified by a relevant government authority or professional association.
Most of these laws and regulations have become necessary to discourage and punish any form of child abuse. As a result, the strict guidelines may often increase the cost of running a day care service business.
In this short and impactful infograohic you would find tips that will help teach your kids money values early in life.Source: Pinterest.com
Mariah approached the beginning of middle school as a happy, normal sixth grader. She was a good student, she would be attending her neighborhood school with her best girlfriends, and she was excited about the new adventure. But that all changed on the first day of school. Mariah basically experienced the equivalent of a panic attack. She started crying uncontrollably and inconsolably. Tragically, the scene was repeated almost every day of that school year. Her mother would drive her to school but was often unable to get Mariah out of the car. Other days, Mariah would make a brave attempt to face her school fears, only to spend most of the day in the counselor’s office or crying at her desk. Her new adventure had turned into a nightmare.
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Here is something I found on kidlutions.com, I believe parents would like know something more about this. Was wondering about number one though, what do you think? Please share your thoughts after reading.....
The Lagos State Government is set to inaugurate its digital library project designed to provide unlimited access to knowledge for all, through the collection and collation of digital content.
The project will be accessible via internet connection on a range of devices which will comprise e-books on different topics; 1,600 videos covering English Language, Mathematics, sciences for all classes; 2,000 study aids in key subject areas from secondary school subject; vocational learning videos; creatively presented history lessons; 1,000 research papers from the state tertiary institutions covering a wide range of topics.
The Director of the State Library Board, Mr. TajudeenLawal, who briefed journalists recently, described information as key to progress and the bedrock of civilisation and development of any nation.
If you already own a Daycare or are considering starting one soon, you'd find this post by Lisette Martins, author of 'Starting a Home based Daycare' quite useful. Answering questions from parents who would like to see their little one settled in a safe and healthy day care can be unsettling, here, Lisette provides tips that can make the process a walk in the park!
One of the more challenging parts about starting a daycare is the interview process. Many new providers (myself included) feel like their whole life and family are on display for judgment and assessment by people who are essentially strangers. This makes them nervous and sometimes it can feel like you can’t be yourself even though this is your home, your business, and basically your everyday life that the will be part of.