yes i would request a part time nanny, and make sure our hours are set to the most hours that will have to be worked.
i listen and understand children and what they want i also have a good knowledge of disciplinary actions, such as time outs etc.
i would love to learn anything because i am so new to this.
i would give a months notice, however make sure the parents know why you are quitting.
we do have other offers and other jobs so we are not always able to get to you right away.
play out side, ice breaker questions, arts and crafts. anything that will get the kids up and active so the will be able to look forward to that every day.
there is a child's urinal that you could get and train him on that. or when i helped train my brother we had a stool so he was at a decent height.
$10-$15 depending on location,how many children there are, and how long the job will be.
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