Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Smart parents are setting up free child care in their homes

Imagine what you could do with the money you’d save if you didn’t have to pay for child care? For many, that could be $5,000 or more per year! In this economic climate, innovative parents are setting up programs in their homes and inviting a few other paying students to join their children. With the tuition they receive from the other students, they can pay for the teacher salary, materials, and other expenses.

Besides saving thousands of dollars per year, your children will have the opportunity to learn to read and write, get involved with math and science, and explore virtually all subjects you set up for them. One of the amazing benefits of setting up your children’s program is that you design the curriculum based on what you want your children to do each day. If you’re short on time, you can purchase a preschool curriculum.

In addition to giving your children a head start when they start kindergarten, you’ll also benefit by having in-home help. Your teacher can make meals for you and the children, run the laundry, and do light housekeeping before or after the program each day. Now wouldn’t you love to have these additional benefits? If you’re looking for help in setting up this program, The Working Mother’s Guide to Free Child Care in Your Home! is filled with forms, fliers, and advice to get you started. The author, Susan Tatsui-D’Arcy, is available online to guide you through the entire process of setting up and establishing your very own program.


  1. Here to follow you thru MBC!
    And YES Daycare is expensive and I also run one from my home!

  2. this is very smart
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  3. Great idea! I am currently a SaHM, but in my former life I was a talented and gifted teacher. I could totally see myself doing this!

    I'm following you from the MBC Under 100 Club. I look forward to reading more!


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