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the Price of Daycare for One Child between 13 and 24 months

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$ 1018
Mar 2008
mount laurel, nj
18 months
Monthly daycare service for our young toddler  more... close row
$ 200
Mar 2008
Denver, CO
20 months
In-home childcare with a licensed childcare provider  more... close row
$ 1080
Mar 2008
Bloomfield, NJ
15 months
Monthly childcare for young child  more... close row
$ 25
Mar 2008
New Castle, PA
20 months
Hard to find reliable care  more... close row
$ 30
Mar 2008
West Grove, Pa
19 months
Daily care for young daughter  more... close row
$ 90
May 2008
South Point, Ohio
State certified day care center  more... close row
$ 300
May 2008
San Diego, CA
22 months
Child care in yoiur own house much easier  more... close row
$ 80
May 2008
Sterling, Illinois
24 months
One week of daycare at two dollars an hour  more... close row
$ 40
May 2006
Audobon, NJ
14 months
A day care where child does not need to be potty trained  more... close row
$ 120
Apr 2007
Warren, AR
15 months
One week of child care not including diapers or baby food  more... close row

Description of service

$120 covers one week of childcare service for a child between the ages of one year and two years old. The price does not include diapers. If the child is able to consume regular table food, they may eat what the older kids are having. If the child is still eating baby food, that must be provided by the parents.

Review of Service

My sister-in-law had used her mother for a babysitter, but when her mother's health began to decline, she had to look for another option. This child care facility was church run but was very general in its teachings. It was not a problem if you were of a different denomination, because it didn't go into specifics on their teachings. The children were, however, made to display decent manners and show respect.

The only thing my sister-in-law hated was she was charged even when her children weren't there. When she took a vacation she still had to pay to hold her son's "spot".


Always thoroughly research any potential child care providers, whether you choose to go with a larger commercial daycare or an in-home daycare. See what's included for your weekly price. Also check to see if discounts are offered if you have more than one child in the facility. See if the price will drop when the child is older and doesn't require as much "one on one time". Ask how discipline issues are handled. Find out what their policy is on sick children. See if you have to pay whenever your children aren't there to "hold" your spot.

$ 0
Oct 2010
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$ 145
Apr 2008
Buford, GA
18 months
Payment in advance to secure your spot  more... close row
$ 5
Mar 2008
18 months
In home child care for young daughter  more... close row