We’ve done some research, talked with current daycare directors and came up with the top 5 things every daycare needs right now!
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Item #5 - 10 Drawer Mobile Organizer $59
Number 5 in the list is a colourful mobile organizer. We love this organizer for a few reasons. For one it looks great in any daycare or dayhome. Not only is it mobile, but the wheels lock to prevent it getting pushed around by curious kids. We also love all the drawers that can hold toy, craft supplies, even snacks and drinks. It’s a great deal at only $59 Click here to check it out on Amazon!
Item #4 - Large Play Mat $69
Next on our list is something many of us had as kids, a city play mat! However this one is nearly 15 square feet and made to high standards to take the daily wear and tear of young kids! There are lots of different patterns to choose from as well such as letters, numbers, dinosaurs, animals and space! Click here to check the mat out on Amazon!
Item #3 - A Kitchen Play Set $24
Number 3 on the list is this 27 piece kitchen play set. It’s only $24 so less than $1 per piece. It’s a beautiful pastel colour scheme and can stand up to whatever kids throw at it! Playing with utensils can help young children practice their skills and improve meal time! Click here to check it out this play set on Amazon!
Item #2 - A Dinosaur Nap Mat $34
Everyone knows a good nap is key to a good day! This dino nap map will make sleep fun. It even rolls up for proper storage. There are a lot of options available, like this pirate one! Click here to buy this nap map on Amazon!
Item #1 - A Walking Rope $20
And now our number 1 item every daycare and dayhome needs! Everyone knows that keeping kids together is like hearding cats! It won’t be hard with this walking rope! 12 loops will keep kids together on walks to the park or to school. Click here to check out the walking rope on Amazon!