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Daytona Beach Daycare Emergency Procedures Overview

Quality providers of daycare in Daytona Beach FL will have written emergency procedures that are practiced periodically (usually monthly). In addition, staff members will be certified in first aid and CPR. For Daytona Beach daycare centers, teachers discuss emergency preparedness with children on a regular basis. For example they will discuss fire drills, what they will hear, and what they are expected to do. Daycare emergency drills may be carried out on both an informed and surprise basis to ensure that everyone is adequately prepared. Providers of daycare in Daytona Beach FL may require that parents provide an emergency kit for their children. Usually these kits will are due on your child's first day of daycare, and will need to be updated yearly. Each Daytona Beach daycare will have different requirements for the contents of the emergency kit. Examples of the contents include: bottled water, granola bars (not chocolate), Kleenex, an index card with your child's contact information and emergency contacts.
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Rainbow Learning Center 
(386) 252-8864
707 North Street, Daytona Beach, FL  32114
Many daycares in Daytona Beach will ask that if your child is ill you keep them home until they are no longer contagious and are able to actively participate at school, inside and out. ...
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Earth Angels Child Care & Learning Center 
(386) 258-7070
322 Pierce Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL  32114
When looking for a daycare in Daytona Beach, an effective curriculum should incorporate sensory, motor, perceptual, and language skills through materials and activities, which are both child-centered and teacher-directed. ...
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Saint Timothy's Learning Center 
(386) 255-0955
381 North Lincoln Street, Daytona Beach, FL  32114
For lunches there is usually a combination of three different options: parents can provide lunch for their child, the daycare will make lunches in their own kitchen, or lunch may be catered by an outside service. ...
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East Volusia II Head Start Child Care Center 
(386) 239-6533
313 School Street, Daytona Beach, FL  32114
Sending your child to a daycare in Daytona Beach is an important step in helping your child to develop their brain to organize, think, create, and learn to nurture. From birth to four years of age a child's brain grows and develops as fast as their bodies. ...
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A Child's Place 
(386) 258-7611
142 Fairview Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL  32114
Low income families should consult directly with the daycare in Daytona Beach or your State and Local Government resources regarding whether government sponsored/subsidized programs are available for your child. ...
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Turie T. Small Head Start 
(386) 736-1325
800 South Street, Daytona Beach, FL  32114
Quality Daytona Beach daycare programs will use theme based learning. For example, February is Community Helper, March is Animals, etc. Using these themes teachers will plan learning activities to teach. ...
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Higher Learning Academy 
(386) 248-0048
122 Highland Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL  32117
Hiring staff is something that is taken very seriously at Daytona Beach daycare centers. Staff must be experienced in working with young children, meet the educational requirements, have a love for children, and a passion for teaching. ...
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Wonderland Day Center 
(386) 252-6332
348 South Keech Street, Daytona Beach, FL  32114
Sending your child to a daycare in Daytona Beach is an important step in helping your child to develop their brain to organize, think, create, and learn to nurture. From birth to four years of age a child's brain grows and develops as fast as their bodies. ...
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Lilies Of The Field Daycare Center 
(386) 255-5129
201 San Juan Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL  32114
When looking for a daycare in Daytona Beach, an effective curriculum should incorporate sensory, motor, perceptual, and language skills through materials and activities, which are both child-centered and teacher-directed. ...
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Westwood Heights Playschool 
(386) 672-0464
1421 Jackson Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL  32117
Many Daytona Beach daycare providers schedule both during school and after school activities where parents can be involved. During school activities may include holiday parties and monthly theme activities. After school activities may include graduation and back to school night. ...
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Precious Child Care Center 
(386) 257-4006
228 Mason Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL  32117
Many Daytona Beach daycare programs provide an emphasis on the process of a child's work rather than the finished product. This helps to promote a sense of accomplishment and pride in their work. ...
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