As a childcare provider, there’s a plethora of information you need to record in order to run your business. Most importantly, you need to keep tabs on each child and family at your center. Using a clear and concise child registration form that outlines this important information can make this process much easier and help you manage enrollment.
When registering a child at your childcare center, it’s crucial to collect all of the important information you need to enroll them, including their parents’ or guardians’ information. This will allow you to know who to contact in case of emergency, who is permitted to pick the child up, any allergies the child may have, and more.
Having well-kept and organized records makes it easier for you to run your business. Not only will you be able to enroll students faster but you’ll be able to organize enrollment information more effectively. Using clear and uniform registration forms will give you a better understanding of how many students you have enrolled and in which programs. To help out, Kangarootime created a free child registration form for your daycare. Now you can keep the records at your childcare center organized without missing important information.
Record Registration Information Digitally
If you’re looking to save money, time and paper while staying organized, there are options for you to digitize records at your center. Kangarootime’s software can help digitize your center and allows you to input important family and child information right into the system. To learn more about Kangarootime’s features and capabilities, click here.
Free Child Registration Form for Daycare Centers
To download the child registration form for free, fill out the form below.
Kangarootime is the leading all-in-one childcare management software for daycares and preschools. With billing and invoicing capabilities, parent communication and staff management tools and classroom automation, Kangarootime helps childcare centers grow and scale. To learn more about optimizing your center with Kangarootime, visit kangarootime.com.