DadLabs Ep. 352 Gear Daddy -- Daddy Troy takes you on a guided tour of a Swedish daycare center. Is Sweden one of the most family friendly societies on earth? Judge yourself by looking at how they equip, staff and fund their child care facilitie...
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Welcome to Gear Daddy I am your host Daddy Troy in the beautiful Stockholm Sweden but this episode is brought to you by Baby Bjorn. One of the highlights of our trip was going to a Swedish Preschool. Today I am going to tell you all about it. Our tour begins with the briefing by the Matriarch of the school and the discussion of Swedish Preschool policy and philosophy. Along with the progressive paternity live policies Swedish preschools guarantee for all kids and they are only cost around $200 per month. Despite being a large facility with many students this particular preschool with designed around notes that are small in scale and feel very much like home, kitchens, eating areas and players all they display the caretakers the Swedish organization and design that is a statistically simple. Yes at highly functional. And besides students who were working independently. Some are reading, well other prepared for lunch. Remarkably, the preschool has its own kitchen staff who prepare fresh and organic meals for the students. Just like inside the outside playground was beautifully simple. The equipment have been built to last and somehow they inherit design of the toys incurred certain times to play. For example this tricycle it is built for more than one kid and that encourage student to work together and paddle each other around the playground. For me it became a symbol for have this Swedes took care of their people and family. Well that is all for Gear Daddy We will see you next time on DadLabs.com.

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