Full-time Hours: 7:00pm - 5:30pm
Part-time Hours: 7:00am - 12:00pm
- Must be able to pass a criminal background check
- Must speak English (not perfect but be able to communicate)
I am seeking a motivated individual to assist our small team with our daily tasks. This person should be willing to learn, receive instructions and guidance. Someone who is very patient and loves working with children. Here, we help guide our children through their emotions by giving them positive behavioral guidance. Part of doing this is being respectful to their feelings and maintaining a positive attitude while working proactively with them. And very importantly, I need to be able to rely on this person.
Some responsibilities include:
- Teaching children good manners through examples
- Giving breakfast, lunch and snack
- Washing their hands
- Serving meals
- Maintaining areas clean
- Reading stories
- Changing diapers
- Playing and interacting with them
Contact me via email to introduce yourself. After reviewing your email, I’ll schedule a time for an initial phone call and go from there.
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Morning View Lane
Springfield Center Drive, Springfield
Collins Meade Way
Bila's Childcare provides a safe, loving, and nurturing home for your child. Come and take a look for yourself.
Bila's Childcare provides a safe, loving, and nurturing, and state licensed home for your child. All our assistants, as well as all adults in the house, have gone through a background check, which is available for you to view. If you have been to other home daycare, you may have witnessed what not to settle for. We are professionally run by a team of 3 experienced childcare providers.
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Full-time Hours: 7:00pm - 5:30pm
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CDC Reports That Kids Spreads COVID-19 to Their Families
With Early Childhood Education centers slowly beginning to allow children to return to in-person classes, many parents are concerned about their child’s and the rest of the family’s health and safety. Many want to know if their children are at risk of contracting COVID-19 while at school.
Here’s what experts currently know.
Yes, children can get COVID-19
This is according to what Dr. Lisa Gwynn, an associate professor of clinical pediatrics and public health sciences at the Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami, had said.
However, the infection rates are very low in children, said Brian Labus, Ph.D., MPH, an assistant professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
They can transmit COVID-19 to adults
Dr. Gwyn said that ages 10 and older are especially able to transmit the illness to the adults around them.
And while there’s still much left to investigate regarding children under 10, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report last September 18 stating that younger children can transmit COVID-19 to adults as well.
Protecting Kids as They Return to School
As a provider of quality services for early Child Development in Virginia, we urge parents to do the following for their children:
- Check-in with them daily and take note of symptoms of illness like cough, fever, or vomiting
- Inform your children about the necessary safety protocols set by the CDC
- Making sure your child is updated when it comes to vaccines
- Follow up with the school on their COVID-19 action plan
How to Deal with Temper Tantrums in Toddlers
It is common for children to suddenly throw a temper tantrum. As part of proper child development in Virginia, parents are encouraged to teach the child how to cope with their feelings instead of reprimanding them for it. After all, teaching a child how to deal with their emotions can help them grow into better adults in the future.
So, how do parents deal with a child's temper tantrum? Here are some of the best tips to follow:
a. Give the child simple choices.
Is the child showing signs of starting a tantrum just because they are refusing to eat dinner? You can distract them by giving them simple choices so they can feel in control at some point. You can let them choose between eating the meat or the vegetable first.
b. Teach the child to self-regulate.
A tantrum can put the child's emotions out of whack. Their out-of-control feelings can restrict their thinking abilities. Hug your child to calm them down. Say positive words and acknowledge their feelings. Over time, they will learn how to self-regulate.
c. Do not punish.
As part of the child’s early childhood education, make it a point to not punish them for throwing a temper tantrum unless it's the last resort. Time-outs won't ever help the child regulate their emotions. It won't help them learn how to express their feelings. Try to use other coping methods before you resort to punishing the child.
A fun and educational place
To help do our part in preventing the spread of COVID-19, we clean and disinfect all accessible areas in our daycare twice daily with a CDC approved disinfectant.
In addition to that, we clean and disinfect eating areas, toilet, and diaper changing area after each use.
A Wonderful Place for Young Explorers
Want to give your kids a valuable educational experience? Bila's Childcare is the perfect place for them. Visit our website to learn more about us.
The Most Important Social Skills for Kids
For kids to have better peer relationships, they need to have these skills:
4. Making eye contact
5. Respecting personal space
How are you planning to teach these skills to your kids?
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