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Nanny - Family Agreement

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We believe laying a foundation is the pivotal step in nanny services. So, we’ve created this document that lays out a basic contract between the nanny and the parents. In it, you’ll be able to solidify the terms and agreements of the job. You can set the pay, jot down the expected nanny services, start date, and more. You can also set an agreement for extra payments and reimbursements. This agreement is not exclusive to nannies. Families must agree on measures as well. Such as being on time, providing transportation, and more. We require that both parties fill out the doc before the start date. It’s a quick and easy step! Download the document to start the process. Now you wouldn’t have to think about the different aspects of nanny care.

Nanny - Family Agreement

Download your nanny - family agreement - PDF download.

We believe laying a foundation is the pivotal step in nanny services. So, we’ve created this document that lays out a basic contract between the nanny and the parents. In it, you’ll be able to solidify the terms and agreements of the job. You can set the pay, jot down the expected nanny services, start date, and more. You can also set an agreement for extra payments and reimbursements. This agreement is not exclusive to nannies. Families must agree on measures as well. Such as being on time, providing transportation, and more. We require that both parties fill out the doc before the start date. It’s a quick and easy step! Download the document to start the process. Now you wouldn’t have to think about the different aspects of nanny care.

Children's chores by Age

When can children can start helping?

Sometimes it’s hard to think of what chore to give to your 2-year-old vs. your teenager. Different age groups can indeed do some tasks better than others. For example: would you make your 6-year-old do yard work? Of course not! We at Nannies and Mommies made a chores list based on age ranges for you. We’ve curated this list for safety, kids’ entertainment, and to teach responsibility. Younger age ranges have small tasks such as putting their toys away and throwing away the trash. They’ll get more responsible chores, such as laundry, taking out the garbage, and cooking as they get older. It’s important to teach children responsibility and what better way than chores. So instead of thinking about things to do with toddlers, go ahead and use this document to give chores

Nanny - Evaluation

Providing feedback is the best way to asset performance. The Nanny Evaluation form will give that opportunity. Parents can use the Nanny Evaluation to write a performance review on the nanny. The Nanny Evaluation has 14 work habits that you can grade from 1-5 (5 being the best). You’ll be able to write details of the reasoning on your grading. Be as open and straightforward as you would like and open work conversation without pressure. With your contribution, your nanny will be able to correct specific areas. Most nannies can overlook details that you can help them see. This tool will help you create a better environment for you, your children, and the nanny. Download the document, fill it out, and discuss work possibilities.

Nanny - Evaluation

Download your nanny -Evaluation - PDF download.

Providing feedback is the best way to asset performance. The Nanny Evaluation form will give that opportunity. Parents can use the Nanny Evaluation to write a performance review on the nanny. The Nanny Evaluation has 14 work habits that you can grade from 1-5 (5 being the best). You’ll be able to write details of the reasoning on your grading. Be as open and straightforward as you would like and open work conversation without pressure. With your contribution, your nanny will be able to correct specific areas. Most nannies can overlook details that you can help them see. This tool will help you create a better environment for you, your children, and the nanny. Download the document, fill it out, and discuss work possibilities.

Self Evaluation

We want to make sure that everyone has a voice. That’s why we’ve created a self-evaluation form. Nannies can use this form to evaluate their performance based on different categories, such as professionalism, safety, communication, and more. They can grade themselves using a scale between 1-5 (5 being the best). There are four categories, and each has a comment section if needed. There are also three additional questions for a nanny to answer. With this information, we’ll understand their perspective and how their work is going. We feel that it is essential to listen to the nannies as they are misunderstood in certain situations. This form helps us build trust with all our nannies and develop meaning full relationships with them. As we get to know more of our nannies, we can place them in homes where we know they will flourish. We ask that each nanny download this document and perform the self-evaluation.

Reward Charts

This PDF will help you organize and record tasks while tracking real-time progress.

 
You can use this chart to write down up to six tasks. Record your child’s progress by adding fun stickers for every day of the week the task is completed. Hang the chart in their bedroom, the refrigerator, or living room for them to see their own progress. Don’t forget to write down the reward at the bottom. Research shows that awarding children promotes good behavior. It also excites them for future tasks and responsibilities. Each day will be a new day to teach them responsibility with either house duties, homework, etc.

Reward Charts

This PDF will help you organize and record tasks while tracking real-time progress.

 
You can use this chart to write down up to six tasks. Record your child’s progress by adding fun stickers for every day of the week the task is completed. Hang the chart in their bedroom, the refrigerator, or living room for them to see their own progress. Don’t forget to write down the reward at the bottom. Research shows that awarding children promotes good behavior. It also excites them for future tasks and responsibilities. Each day will be a new day to teach them responsibility with either house duties, homework, etc.


Emergency Contact List

Keep a record of your updated contact information for emergencies with this sheet. 

Use this PDF to jot down your [the parents'] information for emergencies. In case of a life-threatening situation, always call 911. Yet some instances don't need the authorities and are easy fixes with a simple call with the parents. Write other important information such as; Doctor info, vet info, and allergies. Add another phone number if neither parent answers. Provide more information in the "notes" section for nannies. Complete with the page a signature and date stamp and post it somewhere visible in the house.