How To Prepare Your Kid (And Yourself) For Daycare Or A Nanny Share
Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
Photography by Photographed by Kara Brodgesell
With fall around the corner, new “back-to-school” routines await for families around the country—including the exciting start of daycare and nanny shares for many babies, toddlers, and pre-K aged kiddos. If you and your young child needs a little guidance when it comes to making the big transition (especially in this antisocial pandemic-era), we’ve got you! Below, we’ve culled the best tips on how to prepare for daycare, pre-K, and other group care settings.
As experts in early childhood education, our partner, Vivvi, knows all about embracing big change with little kids. Serving kids 0 to 12 year-old, the dad-founded childcare brand is known for taking the headache out of finding—and retaining—an incredible in-home caregiver (a.k.a. “educator”), either for solo care or a nanny share.
Read more about Vivvi’s unique service and learning approach as you flip through our must-read tips on making the transition to group care for your kiddo.
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