When your child begins to go to daycare, you are going to need to bring along some supplies, and you should also make sure the daycare has enough information from you. The necessary information may be asked of you, but you may not be filling it all out with the proper information properly or may have left out information you didn't feel was necessary. If you aren't sure exactly what your child's daycare needs from you, you should ask specifically what is needed. Read on for a few things, both physical items and information that may be needed by your child's daycare.
Your child may be taking things home from time to time, and you should pack a bag with your child in order to take these things to and from, including any important paperwork that may need to go home with your child. The backpack can be used to hold other belongings as well. A small backpack may be all your child needs, and may also make your child feel like a big kid, which may help when you go to drop your child off at daycare.
If you are sending a younger child to childcare, you're going to need to bring extra clothing and extra diapers or pull-ups if necessary if your child is not potty trained. Even if your child is potty trained, accidents can still sometimes occur. Bringing extra clothing for your child to change into will help prevent your child from needing to wear any spare clothing that may be at the childcare facility or the need for you to make an early pickup of your child or an emergency drop-off of clothing for your child. Pack these things ahead of time just in case.
"In Case Of Emergency" Information
Your child's daycare should have information in the event of an emergency for someone else to contact to come and pick up your child. If they already have you and the other parent's information, you should provide one more person's information in the event of an emergency, such as a grandparent or a close relative. All types of emergencies can occur, and if the childcare cannot get a hold of you or the other parent, another person could then be contacted.
Your child's daycare is going to need information from you, as well as physical items. Talk to a local daycare about what else may be required from you or that may be helpful to have with your child each day.