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Babysitter Schofield WI

Babysitters provide a needed respite to busy and tired parents. Below you can find nanny and babysitting services in Schofield, WI that provide nannies, babysitters, event childcare, residential childcare, and hotel childcare, as well as infant specialists and traveling nannies, and advice and content on childcare.

Schofield KinderCare
(866) 200-7213
5201 Alderson Street
Schofield, WI

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Newman Catholic Child Development Center
(715) 355-5254
112 W. Kort Street
Schofield, WI
 
Wauwatosa Day Care
(414) 475-7820
530 N 103rd Street
Milwaukee, WI
Ages
0-5
Services Available
Childcare

Alverno Childcare
(414) 382-6076
3401 South 39th Street
Milwaukee, WI
Cost
$$
Ages
0-5
Services Available
Childcare

West Suburban YMCA
(414) 302-9622
2420 N 124th Street
Milwaukee, WI
Hours
Mon-Fri 5:30am-10pm; Sat 6:30am-10pm; Sun 8am-8pm
Ages
All Ages
Services Available
Camps, Childcare, Classes

KinderCare
(888) 695-7428
5201 Alderson Street
Schofield, WI

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Daisy Mae Day Care Inc
(715) 675-8845
T1158 Evergreen Rd
Wausau, WI

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St. Aemilian Preschool
(414) 463-1641
4515 N. Mayfair Road
Milwaukee, WI
Hours
Mon-Fri 6:30am-6pm
Cost
$$
Ages
6-Feb
Services Available
Camps, Childcare

Milwaukee Magician -- Great Scott
(262) 364-6524
Mukwonago, WI
Hours
Call to schedule a date.
Ages
All Ages
Services Available
Camps, Childcare, Classes, Entertainment, Kids Resources

KinderCare
(414) 281-4396
4854 South 27th Street
Milwaukee, WI
Hours
Mon-Fri 6am-7pm
Cost
Prices vary with programs. See website for details and locations.
Ages
0-12
Services Available
Childcare

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Babysitter Basic for Parents, Find Babysitter Information and Babysitting Services

Babysitter Basics for Parents

All parents, at some point or the other, will need to hire the services of a babysitter. However, for many parents, this is easier said than done.

Finding the Right Babysitter

A babysitter essentially fills in for you, the parent, during your absence. To ensure that your child is in safe hands, it is essential that you get the right babysitter for the job. To do so:

  • Find out about potential babysitters by asking relatives, friends, colleagues, or community organizations.

  • Choose a babysitter based on the needs of your child and their age. It's easier to baby sit a nine-year old than a baby.

  • Do not hire the first candidate who responds. Take time to screen candidates until you are sure that you have found a babysitter who is best for your child.

  • Look for someone who has the required credentials. A candidate with a certificate in babysitting, for instance, is likely to be more professional and competent. At the same time, don't rely on classroom training alone to judge a babysitter or nanny. Sometimes, babysitting skills are more natural than learned. 

  • Always crosscheck references provided by a potential babysitter.

  • A very good test is to introduce the candidate to your child. This will allow you to evaluate how the prospective babysitter interacts with your child .

Preparing the Babysitter

Before leaving your child in the care of the babysitter you have...

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