Dropping by Daycare for a Look

Most daycare centers are happy to accommodate tours for interested families, even if they are unscheduled. If you’ve visited a facility that does not allow this or refuses to allow parents to stop in unannounced, you may want to look into that particular center further or reconsider committing to it.


While early childhood programs do have schedules and activities that frequent interruptions will disrupt, especially naptime, look for a daycare that welcomes parents as visitors or helpers.

Parental involvement is one of the signs of high-quality early childhood education.

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Choosing the right childcare program 

Disclaimer: This page is not intended to provide medical advice about your child. Always seek the advice of a physician, qualified healthcare provider or child-development specialist with any questions you have about your child's health, medical condition or development. Never disregard, avoid or delay contacting a doctor or other qualified professional because of something you read here.

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