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Did you ever think you could have free child care in your home and someone else to put dinner on the table each day?
YOU can!



If you're struggling with the rising cost of child care and after-school programs, you're not alone.  Our government provides free education for children ages five to eighteen, but provides no assistance to parents when their children require the most care: from infancy to kindergarten.

Cost for child care has risen from a couple hundred dollars per month to as much as $2,000 per month.  With an unstable economy and a looming recession, most parents are struggling to keep their expenses down.  While everyone desires the best for their children, quality child care is often inaccessible. Many children end up in substandard child care facilities with care givers who are over worked and under paid.  Of course our children deserve better, and we feel guilty for not being able to provide it.

So what's a parent to do?  Stop considering the same old care facilities as everyone else, and start looking at child care from a different perspective.  Rather than search for the perfect and elusive child care program, why not start a program for your children right in your home?  This would give you complete control over your children's activities and you would even be able to select the teachers and the other playmates.   By setting up a child care program right in your home, your children will be able to sleep in every morning, participate in activities of your choice, use materials that you've selected for them, and take naps right in their own bedrooms.  Children enjoy the comfort and safety of their own homes, and when they're sick, they can stay home in their beds under the care of your teacher.  No more taking sick days when your babies simply have runny noses! And if you're running late at the end of the day, you won't be paying late pick-up fees or penalties anymore!

The best advantage to setting up a child care program in your home is that you won't have to pay a penny!  By enrolling just a few other children, their tuition will pay for your teacher, curriculum, materials and other expenses.  You don't need to stay home to teach, you can hire a teacher to run the program while you go to work.  Set up the ideal program for your child, and it's free to you!

You can also have your teacher prepare dinner, do laundry, and run errands.  Just include the services you will need the teacher to perform in the job description, and you'll come home to a clean house, dinner on the table, and happy children!

If you're wondering about how to set this up, you can purchase "The Working Mother's Guide to FREE Child Care in Your Home!" at Merit's Online Store.

Need someone to guide you through the start-up process?  No problem.  Merit offers online Educational Advisory to assist mothers just like you.  Go to Educational Advisory to learn more about our online advisory program. 

 

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