Childcare centers provide plenty of ways for your little one to learn during the day. But if she isn't well rested, that daycare day can go downhill quickly. How can your children learn, develop and build new skills if she hasn't gotten enough rest? Toddlers need between 11 and 14 hours of a sleep per night and preschoolers need 10 to 13. You try to make sure your child gets enough sleep, but bedtime always seems like it's a battle.
- Potty training is difficult enough as it is, but you'll find that it can be even more challenging if done while a child is going to daycare. These tips can help potty training go smoothly when your child is away during the day. Wait Until the Time is Right You should wait until your child shows some kind of interest in the potty before you start potty training. This often happens once a child can recognize that they are wet and not like how a wet diaper feels.