Engage. Socialize. Learn. Safely.
Our full-time nannies like to encourage imaginative entertainment in toddlers by putting on plays, acting out books, and performing in dress up. Music is incorporated by dancing, creating their own rock bands, and introducing them to various kinds of instruments.
Our part-time nannies love getting crafty as well with play dough, finger paints, and chalk. As often as possible our Minnesota based infant specialists take your infant or child outside for walks with the dog, or in a stroller. Our short-term babysitters engage kids by kicking around balls, playing tag, hide and seek, and creating scavenger hunts!
At the TENT Group, socialization is very important. We encourage play dates with neighbors and friends. Using positive reinforcement our nannies teach social skills like teamwork, sharing, and taking turns.
We want your kid(s) to engage with other children if possible. Field trips to the library, the fair, the local cafe or a nearby Gymboree can be a fun treat that allows your little angel to practice socializing. Create Your Profile Now!
Kid's minds are sponges which is why our nannies try to teach at every opportunity. The growth of your newborn, older toddler or a pre-teen is important to us.
Babies can have fun under the care of their infant specialist nanny by learning ABCs, counting, nursery rhymes, or how to hold a spoon. At every age, reading is essential, especially for youngsters who are developing strong language skills.
Picking the perfect nannies can offer your pre-teen a tutor-like experience. Our caregivers help with homework and prepare for upcoming tests. Create Your Profile Now!
The safety of your little tyke is our number one priority. The trustworthy nanny you choose will be certified in First Aid and CPR for infants, children, and adults. Our governesses keep a constant watchful eye on your youngsters and do their best to anticipate and prevent dangerous situations such as choking hazards, jungle gym mishaps, and chemical safety.
Each babysitter will have a list of the children's allergies and the local hospital address as a precaution, though it's rarely needed. In fact, our loving nannies like texting parents throughout the day to update them on how the day is going.