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    I am applying to the babysitting opportunity that was listed on the indeed.com website. Ms. Blanchard informed me of this job opportunity listed on the indeed.com website. I would enjoy this job because through prior babysitting experience, I have learned I am good with children and can develop creative, fun and educational activities for kids. I am a strong candidate for this job because I have had much experience babysitting, I have been babysitting for five years. I have babysat for nine families, all of which I have babysat for more than once. To this day, three families still require a babysitter and I am currently still baysitting for those families. My schedule is very flexible and I am willing to set things aside for the priority of…

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    Throughout everything I’ve done so far in my lifetime, my best job was working as a babysitter. Being a babysitter is fun, comfortable, and you gain great relationships. Just because you're a babysitting, it doesn't necessarily mean you should physically watch them but actually get involved with activities you can do in the house. By just so watching them it can become a bore for you and perhaps the child. Babysitting can be fun because we both can enjoy a good board game or watch movies…

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    Adventures in Babysitting Babysitting can be tough work especially when you are dealing with children. Children can be fun to babysit, but also very overwhelming. When your cousin asks you to look after her twins, you agree to babysit them until she returns. While babysitting the twins, things got out of hand. You saw that their birthday cake was all over the floor. You don’t know how the cake was knocked over until you asked the twins what happened. You hear two different stories from them on…

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    anything. Let me start off by saying that statement is completely wrong. I am a babysitter to a three-year-old boy named Nathan. I love him to death and love my job although some days he makes me want to just pull all my hair out and complain. Nathan is what I would call a normal three-year-old boy, he gets wild, loud, does not want to listen to anything and if you can name it, he has done it at least once at some point. During those times I just remind myself to be calm and just get him to calm…

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    In our current world, most o0f the the people can afford cars and trips to new places and have families. But how can people afford all of this, it all cost money, but how do we we make as much as we do? People all over the worlds have jobs, it can be your mom, your dad or even a child. Just the basic babysitting can earn you some money. Some people believe in giving there child 50 cents a year. Others believe in giving the child a dollar a year. These kids are earning the same money as everybody…

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    The Stolen Children Theme

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    Imagine sitting in the back of a kidnapper's car restrained with no plan for escape. This was the exact situation with Amy, the main character of the book and the three year old little girl she was babysitting, Kendra. For the six days she was stuck with two men, smokey, and Hugh, kidnapped, and lost, with no escape or any kind of plan to escape. The book Stolen Children by Peg Kehret, published in 2008 is a fiction, Action packed, modern American book. Stolen Children is a book filled with…

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    A STUDY OF CURRENT PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH INADEQUATE CHILDCARE FOR PARENTS WHO WORK NONTRADITIONAL HOURS PROPOSAL FOR MSA 685 PROJECT Submitted by Larone R. Daniels December 06, 2004 Instructor Dr. Diana Otto ABSTRACT The number of parents entering the workforce continues to grow. However, the amount of available, affordable, and quality childcare facilities in the United States remains inadequate. Employees using inadequate childcare are more likely to be late for work,…

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    Childcare Case Study

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    1. What activities and experiences you and your child have engaged in might be promoting healthy behavioral practices and an interest in physical activity Sebastian and I have engaged in some activities that might be promoting a healthy behavioral practice and an interest in physical behavior. For example, during the weekends, Sebastian likes to go outside to the back yard to play mini soccer or play with his mini- basketballs. However, he seems to get tired very easily and after a short while…

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    Many parents struggle with the decision on what kind of childcare is best for their child, a day care center or in-home day care. There are many reasons why parents struggle with this decision. Both provide care for a child while parents are away, and both will have an extra expense that will have to come out of the family budget. Even though, day care center and in-home day care have some similarities these two types of childcare could not be more different from each other like: expense, trust,…

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    Essay On Urban Legends

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    Chapter IV. Urban Legends: The Evolution of Folklore Urban legends are stories that have the designation of being ?too strange to be true? but are based in reality. Despite these fables being a touch on the strange side most people that hear them understand them as being true. Through generations these tales seem to happen to our friends, family members, or even distant relatives. Unlike fairy tales which are meant to be cautionary yet fictional, urban legends represent some form of truth. Think…

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