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Qualities to Look for in a Early Childhood Education Center

  • TLW Venetian Editor

As a working parent, you may need a daycare center until your child is ready to start school. Entrusting your child to someone else’s care requires a lot of trust, and you should do your research. When looking for the right daycare center, or better yet, a preschool, here are some essential qualities to look for:


Although the safety of our children is always on our minds, it should not be a matter of concern when you drop them off at the daycare center every day. You should be able to rest assured that the physical safety of your child is a priority for the people who work there. The facility should meet all the safety codes and requirements of the local and state governments. If there have been any safety issues, such as children constantly getting sick, being left unattended, or getting into unexplained accidents, that’s not a place to leave your child.

Educational Activities

It’s never too early to initiate your child’s education. According to CAPE, there are over 30,000 private schools in America. Now more than ever, there is an emphasis on the importance of starting school early. For this reason, many private schools have their own daycare center where they offer early stimulation programs. It is important to do your research and find a daycare facility that will provide stimulating educational activities appropriate for your little one. After all, early childhood education provides a strong foundation for kindergarten and beyond.

Professional Setting

When you walk into a daycare center, it should feel very professional. It should have visible signs, clean facilities, and knowledgeable staff. You should see children engaging in different activities and being closely supervised by professional staff. Observe how the staff and children interact with the children, how they’re dressed, and how they interact with you as a parent.


Make sure you choose a daycare center with an excellent reputation. You can begin by checking online reviews on sites such as Trustpilot and Google Reviews. Ideally, you should try to talk to some parents whose children currently attend or have attended that daycare center.

Choosing the right facility for your child is never an easy choice. After all, your child will be out of your sight and under the care of someone other than you for a few hours of the day. You want to ensure they’re being well cared for! The right daycare facility can be the initial important step into your child’s formal education.

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