Katie’s tips for finding child care in Minnesota

Finding the right childcare for our children can be a daunting task, but this list will help you get pointed in the right direction. By joining littleSonder, you will be pointed to more resources to help you sort out all your childcare needs.

a search for the right provider for your precious child

a search for the right provider for your precious child

whether you are a first time parent, or in need of a new provider, can be a daunting task. Endless searching, calling, interviewing, to find that perfect match for your family takes away from time spent with your family and adds stress to already busy life. When I was... View Blog
what is a licensed provider?

what is a licensed provider?

This type of provider is licensed by the State of Minnesota and providing childcare services in this state according to the rules laid out in their license. They are required to also be registered with the county in which they are providing their services.
what is an unlicensed provider?

what is an unlicensed provider?

This type of provider must be at least 18 years old. They can only provide care to related children and/or provide care for children from a SINGLE unrelated family at one time.
what is a legally non-licensed provider?

what is a legally non-licensed provider?

This type of provider is required to be registered with the county they are providing in. They have to be at least 18 years old, provides care to only related children, and/or provides care for children from a single unrelated family at one time. They must be...
what is the food program?

what is the food program?

This program provides aid to providers to be able to provide nutritious foods that contribute to a heathly growth and development to the children in their care. The provider receives nutritious meals and snacks that they can provide for the child under their care each...
do you do nap/quiet time?

do you do nap/quiet time?

How do you handle a child who won’t nap? Where do your infants sleep? Are they allowed blankies/stuffies?

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