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Welcome to little explorers childcare in Thamesmead se28.


If your trying to find thamesmead childminders or se28 childcare you have found the correct internet site.

little explorers childcare is a mother and daughter run childminder business, run together by Joanne and her mum Christine. All our lifes we have loved working with children and also consistently wanted to become a childminding company to provide this service to the regional neighbourhood.

Whatever childcare service you are looking for - Thamesmead childcare or Abbey wood childcare and also looking for an inviting spot to be sure your child is not simply obtaining care but we provide child development whilst minding your little one.

Little explorers childcare solutions can easily supply Plumstead childcare, Greenwich childcare, Woolwich childcare, Erith childcare, Bexley childcare as we are still extremely local to these spots.

We can provide Thamesmead childcare from the age of birth to 8 years old. We are additionally subscribed with Ofsted, National Childminding Association (NCMA) AND ALSO CRB examined.

We are both remarkably committed to offer a safe, activating environment and also support children to learn, discover and also establish openly to aid with your Youngsters advancement. If you want even more information on our Thamesmead child care solution, click (about us) also do not fail to remember to have a look at our gallery.


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We provide Childminding services for surrounding areas of Thamesmead which are :

Plumstead - Woolwich - Abbey wood - Thamesmead - Erith - Kent - Belvedere -

Welling - Dartford - London - Crayford and many more.

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How To Prepare Your Child For Daycare

The transition from staying home to entering a full time day care can be a difficult one for many children. There are many things parents can do to make this easier, and to ensure a good day care experience.

The most important factor for any child is to choose the right daycare provider. If at all possible, it may be easiest to place the child with someone they are already familiar with, either a family member or friend. As this is not always an option, many resources are available for selecting a caregiver. Word of mouth from any friends with children will go a long way towards steering you to a good day care. This way experiences can be relayed, either good or bad, and eccentricities discussed. Bear in mind that a provider who is wonderful for one child may not be for another because of differing personalities; however, if several parents have criticized a source, a genuine problem may be present and that person might be one to steer clear of.

If word of mouth does not direct you to a good caregiver, the Department of Social Services can provide you with a list of licensed day care providers in your area. Your pediatrician may also be able to give you a recommendation; many doctors get to know their patients fairly well, particularly with children. If all else fails, a phone book or newspaper classifieds can provide listings for child care professionals.

Once you have chosen a provider, take your child to meet them. Most providers will wish to meet with you prior to the child being enrolled. Take your child with you to this meeting if possible. This will give them a chance to look around their new environment and meet the person or people who will be caring for them.

If your child has a comfort object and it is permitted, allow them to take that object to daycare. Most children become homesick for the first couple of weeks, and this will give them a piece of home to hold on to. Giving them a picture of you and other immediate family members to look at when they become lonely may help as well, but make that decision based on your child; it may make the situation worse. If at all possible, try to stay for a little while in the mornings to help them settle into an activity. This will make the transition easier. If you can, tell your child exactly what time you will pick them up-and make sure you are there. Like knowing what time your workday will end, daycare will be easier if your child knows exactly what time they will see you again. This gives them a sense of security.

The most important thing you can do for your child is to send them off in a positive manner. If you are upset over your separation, they will be to, whereas if you seem confident that all will be well and you will see them at the end of the day they will pick up on that attitude. Remember, it is not uncommon for your child to cry when you leave them. Most children settle in within fifteen minutes of seeing their parents leave. Simply say good-bye and walk out the door-you'll be able to give them hugs and kisses for being so brave when you come back.