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Old 12-29-2017, 11:12 AM
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All my required hanging forms, etc. are a huge mess on the wall inside our entry. Does anyone have a cute framing idea or ways to make all those papers look more pretty and organized?
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Old 12-29-2017, 12:51 PM
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What all are you required to display?

I am required to display my license only.

I have it hanging in a wood photo frame (8x10 size)
I have my QRIS star rating certificate displayed in the same way (although I am not required to hang/display it).
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Old 12-29-2017, 01:20 PM
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All my required hanging forms, etc. are a huge mess on the wall inside our entry. Does anyone have a cute framing idea or ways to make all those papers look more pretty and organized?
I am in Texas also. They require a lot
For all my stuff I got one of those huge corkboard from Office Depot and hung it in my daycare room with everything on there.
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Old 12-29-2017, 01:34 PM
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What all are you required to display?

I am required to display my license only.

I have it hanging in a wood photo frame (8x10 size)
I have my QRIS star rating certificate displayed in the same way (although I am not required to hang/display it).
Yeah we're in Texas and I have about 8 required posting documents. It's a little obnoxious .
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Old 12-29-2017, 04:15 PM
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We are required to post our daycare license, city business license, daily activity plan, weekly menus, food program poster and more. I did away with "office" like boards and put most of them in frames or on a handmade pin board in the sign in area by the front door.
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Old 12-30-2017, 04:04 PM
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This photo has schedule - to the right and left of bulletin board. I got that at the dollar store five years ago and haven't seen one since. License & menu are also required.
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I always wanted a way to hide the bullitan board.I never did it but my idea was to mount a painted shade that I could pull over board on weekends and holidays.I always felt like I lived and entertained at work.As it was when anyone came over they walked into the foyer where there was 8 little hooks a calendar and notices for parents.
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I always wanted a way to hide the bullitan board.I never did it but my idea was to mount a painted shade that I could pull over board on weekends and holidays.I always felt like I lived and entertained at work.As it was when anyone came over they walked into the foyer where there was 8 little hooks a calendar and notices for parents.
I'm fortunate that my daycare is in the basement with a separate entrance. Family and friends enter upstairs. But your post reminded me of what a provider did many years ago when we lived in Oklahoma. She mounted a poster (a landscape type one) on a board and put her daycare documents on the other side. She would flip it over depending on what she wanted seen. Kind of like an open/closed door sign.
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I don't have a pic, but I just use one of those boards that are 1/2 & 1/2 corkboard and dry erase board. I have to post my license, my evacuation plan map (3 feet from the door ), and one of those "No concealed carry" signs.
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I'm fortunate that my daycare is in the basement with a separate entrance. Family and friends enter upstairs. But your post reminded me of what a provider did many years ago when we lived in Oklahoma. She mounted a poster (a landscape type one) on a board and put her daycare documents on the other side. She would flip it over depending on what she wanted seen. Kind of like an open/closed door sign.
That is a great idea!!
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My entry way is into my mud room. There is a electrical box in there. I got a large calendar that covers the door of the box. I use magnets hooks at the bottom of the box to hold document holders with required documents. (Civil rights and recall list)
My registration is framed and hung next to the box. My exit sign hung by the door and no smoking sign is on another wall.
The magnetic items are easy to remove when I don't want them out. The rest blends in to the decor and I just leave them up.
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We are allowed to have ours in our sign in/out folder, which is what I do. The food program wants one of theirs put out on a wall though, and they let me have it on the fridge.

I sometimes think that I'd like to have a super-cute magnet board in the entryway though.
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We are required to post our daycare license, city business license, daily activity plan, weekly menus, food program poster and more. I did away with "office" like boards and put most of them in frames or on a handmade pin board in the sign in area by the front door.
LOVE your entry!


We are required to post our license, schedule, emergency evacuation diagrams, emergency telephone numbers, compliance history and an assortment of 'suggested' items.

I just made a bulletin board by the front door. I very rarely have parents even glance at it.
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Thanks! My favorite thing in the entry is the pot holding the pens. You can't see in the photo, but on the pot is written "Ashes of problem clients"
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