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3 Benefits of Infant Daycare You’ve Never Thought Of

As a new parent, you have many decisions to make regarding care for your infant. One of the most important decisions you will make is whether to send your child to daycare or keep them at home with a caregiver. While sending your infant to daycare may seem daunting, there are many advantages to consider. Here are three important benefits of infant daycare that you should know about.

Benefit 1: Socialization

Infant daycare allows your child to socialize with other children their age, as your child can interact with other infants in a safe and supervised environment. This interaction can help develop their social skills, confidence, and independence. They will also become more comfortable with being held and cared for by other adults. That could be helpful to you as they become more comfortable with babysitters, relatives, and other individuals in their life. Your child will learn to share, communicate, and play with others, which will help them develop valuable life skills.

Benefit 2: Learning and Development

Daycare provides an environment to help your child learn and develop. Trained caregivers create activities that help promote cognitive, emotional, and physical development. These activities can help your child reach developmental milestones such as walking, talking, and interacting with others. Daycare also provides educational programs that can help prepare your child for school. Your child will have access to age-appropriate toys, books, and games to help them learn new skills and concepts.

Benefit 3: Flexibility and Convenience

Infant daycare provides parents with flexibility and convenience. Most daycare centers offer flexible hours, including full-time, part-time, and drop-in care. This can make it easier for parents to balance work and childcare responsibilities. Additionally, private school daycares may offer more flexibility. According to the Council for American Private Education, private schools account for 24% of all schools and 10% of all student enrollment. Because of this, these facilities offer a great advantage to parents,k especially those with other children in elementary school. Also, most daycare centers are conveniently located, making it easy for parents to drop off and pick up their children on the way to and from work.

Ready to further investigate the benefits of infant daycare at a top private school? Contact us today to learn more. We welcome the chance to give you a tour of our school and introduce you to our teachers!