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I am 12 years old and next summer when I am 13 I would like to start babysitting kids in my neighborhood for a job. I have a few Qs for you. First of all, do you think 5 or 6 dollars and hour is an acceptable price? And, I was thinking that I could babysit kids ages 1-10. Is that a good age range for a 13 year old? I have a 2 year old sister and a 5 year old brother that I babysit often. I've been helping with them both since they were babies. I am also CPR certified and my mom agreed to let me take an online Red Cross babysitting class sometime before I start. Do you think I'm ready?
Hey girlie, I think $5-10 is a reasonable hourly rate. Ages 1-10 is probably good. But if it's only a 10-year-old, you might feel a little uncomfortable being so close in age. I think you're definitely ready! By the time you're 13 you'll be totally ready to babysit!
by Mcmuffins10 on 7/29/2013 8:58:35 PM
Hey guys! What are some fun summer crafts/recipes to make with kids when you babysit?
by ponygirl6298 on 6/13/2012 4:29:52 PM
im 12 i baby sit 2 twin boys that are 2 and i 3 year old girl inone family.i also babys sit 3 girls one is almost 2another is 8 and another is 9 but the older girls are both taller then me so they think they are in control well mostly the 9 year old but really they dont know much of how to care for ther little sister enen the 2 year old how do i keep trackof all 3 and let the 9 year old know whos in charge!!!help
by sophiesue22 on 6/8/2012 3:45:55 PM
by lemontwist213 on 12/28/2011 1:49:12 PM
hey im sitting my little cuz (she is about 2 years old) overnight with my sister (she is turning 11 soon but is very responsiable[sorry i cant spell}) but i dont have a lot of fun things 2 do with her(with the baby)! i know she gos to bed at 7:00,cant speak alot(pretty normal), walks around alot, and loves a little glowing bunny that lights up when you hit or shake it. she also has a bitty baby doll. she is very active until her bedtime. i need some fun stuff to do- plz help!
by i<3cupcakesandGL34 on 12/27/2011 12:19:15 PM
by DaNcInGQu33N9812 on 11/30/2011 7:57:01 PM
i'm babysitting a consin son he almost three and hope these tips work. man he is tireding
by squirrel349 on 11/16/2011 8:45:37 PM
by ILoveBigTimeRush1 on 11/10/2011 8:05:02 PM
1.) Be certified as a child care provider by states, counties and cities you work in.
2.) Carry professional business insurance.
3.) Get a signed contract regarding how much you are to be paid, when payment is due, where your responsibilities begin and end and other common ambiguities.
4.) Be certified in First Aid for Children by the Red Cross.
5.) Present your credientials to potential clients and be prepared to forego work for clients who balk at signing your contract.
by Mollie_RadcliffeStLCardsTix on 10/21/2011 2:25:01 PM
by juicypeach09 on 10/20/2011 7:19:10 PM
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