Kids spend much of their time on the floor on their hands and knees exploring and learning, primarily through touch. The combination of high-touch objects and surfaces with floor-based activities means the likelihood of spreading pathogens and germs is increased. Children are there to play and learn and, especially in their toddler stage of life, they definitely aren’t thinking about the ramifications of sticking toys in their mouths, putting their hands in dirty places, and so on. They are too busy learning about their senses and the world around them. That makes it all the more essential that an appropriately thorough cleaning plan is in effect, which addresses all hygiene concerns, sanitation issues, and potential health hazards. Knowing this, parents do seek out daycares and, when possible, schools that are clean and presentable to protect the safety of their child.