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Help Carrie care for her preschool class with these tips and tricks for Carrie the Caregiver 2.
Chaining is the key to attaining higher scores. Try to assign toddlers to tables in such a way that you can chain as many actions as possible.
Take advantage of the “speedy-service” bonus points! You need to treat a baby within one second (that’s fast!).
Speedy-service points can be chained up to 4 times.
Don’t forget to eat! Carrie slows down as she expends energy. Eating or drinking will help to give you a boost.
Play a tune on your guitar for kids who are waiting to be seated. You can play a little faster in each new activity.
The teddy bear is one of the most powerful tools available to you. Swap it between needy toddlers to prevent them from losing hearts.
The teddy bear can be given to kids at the tables and those still waiting in line.
You get as many as two books in a room. They can be given to seated kids or kids waiting in line. It’s a great way to keep them from losing hearts for a short while.
You get up to two waiting chairs in a room. They can be given to kids waiting in line to keep them from losing hearts for a short while.
Keep an eye on your satisfaction meter. Positive actions steadily increase it and the bonus heart you get when the meter fills up is a very powerful tool.
Make sure to give the bonus hearts to the kids with the lowest heart points… it completely restores them.
When (if!) you find yourself just standing around, see if you can grab a bonus heart, or prepare some materials, or play your guitar. Always keep busy and on top of all of your tasks.
Here’s a great opening move for any level: alternate between pacifying the line with your guitar, the chairs, the books, and the teddy bear and preparing any needed materials for the current activity.
Try seating the first few kids closer to the top of the room. It will be a shorter walk to bring them what they need.
Try seating the toddlers close to each other. It will be a shorter walk to bring them what they need.
Clumsy toddlers provide an opportunity for longer chains. Bringing a dropped object to a toddler is still a chained action, so get to know the clumsy kids!
Avoid throwing things in the garbage because you lose points (recycle them instead).
Taking the extra time to walk across the room to pick up the skates is generally well worth it. This is especially true for the pink super-skates.
When you’re not busy, prepare some paint – you’re sure to need it.
Try to seat toddlers near a clip that matches their shirt color. It will be a short walk to hang their art after they leave.
All toddlers paint a happy face. A quick glance at their easel should tell you how long they have left before they’ll ask for your help.
Keep the shape dispenser loaded at all times.
Here’s a power move…always double-click the dispenser when you grab a shape. It refills it right away.
Chaining in the shapes activity is tricky, but since you can tell what shapes the kids will need by looking at their tables you can plan ahead.
Try to heat up lunches in advance. As soon as toddlers line up, get their lunches in the microwaves.
If you watch a toddler eat you can tell how long it will be before they ask for a drink. Be ready with that drink to score speedy service bonus points.
If you watch a toddler write or decorate you can tell how long it will be before they ask for help. Be ready!
If you watch a toddler add sprinkles you can tell how long it will be before they ask for help.