It is very important that you ask questions and really get to know the staff at a daycare before agreeing to put your child in it. After all, of course you want to make sure that your child is only in the most qualified, experienced hands, so that you can feel safe and not have to worry when you leave them with the daycare center.
One of the first questions you should ask to any daycare center that you are considering is what sort of baby daycare games they have there. Baby daycare games are very important, and not only because they will give the children something to do and keep them from getting bored.
Baby daycare games are essential because they are learning tools for babies. They will teach them things and keep their mind active, which is crucial at this age.
If the daycare does not have many baby daycare games going at the time or if you just want to get a better idea on what sort of baby daycare games there are, there are a few in particular that are quite popular.
Blocks are always fun, and are a great teaching tool for kids this age. They can stack them, or use the numbers or letters on the side to learn. Babies can also learn about sharing by passing blocks back and forth between their little friends in daycare.
Using markers is another fun idea but should only be done with older aged babies. Of course you also need to make sure that the markers are washable because one if not all the babies are sure to get some marker on themselves and you want it to be easy to get off.
Balls are always great fun and very enjoyable for babies of all ages. Using balls of different sizes and textures is very important and will keep them more interested. Roll the balls to the baby and try to get them to roll them back to you, or bounce them lightly over to their seat.
So before you put your child in any baby day care center, make sure that you ask all the questions you are wondering and also of course that you take the time to check out the facility yourself. Make sure that it is clean, and even speak to other adults who have their children in the daycare center and see what they have to say about it.