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EZ Care Online

EZ Care Online

Hi. I’m Carla Snuggs, Daycare feature writer for Suite101.com and a reviewer for Child Care Software Store dot com.

In this video I am going to take you on a quick tour of EZ Care Online, a web-based child care center management and accounts receivables software developed by Softerware, Inc. This software is a great tool for child care businesses, daycare centers, and preschools as it helps them save time and money and become more efficient. [Read more →]

EZ-Care 2

ez-care2

Hi I'm Carla Snuggs, Daycare Feature Writer for Suite101.com and a reviewer for Child Care Software Store dot com. Today I'm going to take you on a tour of EZ-Care 2, developed by SofterWare, Inc. This outstanding, comprehensive childcare management software is perfect for recordkeeping, billing, accounting, and a host of other functions related to the business of childcare. [Read more →]

Daycare Manager Pro

Daycare Manager Pro

This daycare software manages most of your basic daycare business stuff like billing and attendance. And at 50 bucks it’s probably about the most inexpensive daycare software on the market.

Try Daycare Manager Pro Risk Free. [Read more →]

Prevent and Prepare for Swine Flu in Daycare Centers

The World Health Organization warned Wednesday that a swine flu pandemic was imminent. Furthermore, because 1/3 of possible local swine flu cases involve children, and babies and small children are often the most vulnerable and likely to develop complications during a serious flu outbreak, it's important for child care centers to take preventive measures and be prepared for a swine flu pandemic. [Read more →]

How to Teach an ADHD Child to Spell

To help children with ADHD who are poor spellers, the following techniques have been found to be helpful.

  1. Tackle your school's word list (Most schools have a list of spelling words that kids have to know by the end of the year. This is especially true for children in the lower grades (k-3)). Go through the list and figure out which words your child knows. Then make out flash cards with all of the words on them. Make a deal with your child that for every word she learns, he or she earns a reward.
  2. Give your child an incentive to read. Turn on the TV and stick a DVD in. For every five minutes of a movie she watches, she has to read one page in a book. You just pause the movie every five minutes and have your child read a page. [Read more →]

Child Eye Injury Protection and Safety

Every year, thousands of young children suffer eye injury. Approximately half of these occur at home or through sports. Some of these child eye injuries lead to serious eye damage or even blindness. Many child eye injuries seen in hospital emergency rooms could have been prevented with proper preparation and attention.

No matter how attentive you are as a parent, guardian or caregiver, it's impossible to supervise a child every second of the day. And because you can't wrap children in bubble-wrap, to reduce the risk of child eye injury you'll need to recognize and avoid potential eye hazards. [Read more →]