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First, it is important that there is an adequacy of well-trained staff that is competent in relevant matters such as early childhood development. This is in line with the fact that staff training and education serves as one of the most credible ways by which the quality of child care can be rated and the prospects of the child care’s long-term success predicted. The same research study findings establish the fact that toddler and baby caregivers should be more acquainted with early childhood care and education than elementary education and pre-school. This is because early childhood education and care place emphasis on children’s unique learning abilities and on training caregivers on planning appropriate activities on the best ways of innovating and using routines to bond, stimulate cognitive reasoning and skills through important means such as interpersonal interactions, conversions and responsive relationships. According to Mendes (2013), an ideal child care setting should als... ... middle of paper ... ...th interesting pictures, appropriate books, study diagrams, printed materials and important labels.
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