Maryland Home Child Care

With more than 5,256 Maryland home daycare providers, family childcare options in Maryland are extensive. We understand that your family’s personal needs and budgets are crucial when selecting the right home childcare, and we’ve made the task easier by compiling information about Maryland home daycare options into a single site and arranging them by county and then alphabetically by facility. To search for providers, make sure to use the Quick Search box to help you locate childcare providers by city or zip code.

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Connie Stroh

Connie Stroh

La Plata, MD 20646 | (301) 934-7189

Offering affordable and quality family child care with over 15 years experience in both center based and family care. ***PLEASE NOTE*** *Tuition cost will vary slightly depending on, full/part time, in diapers/fully potty trained. Please contact for exact pricing.* Availability for infant/toddler through school age. Breakfast and afternoon snack will be provided. ( a lunch will be provided as well during full care days.)

Noreen Hamdani

Noreen Hamdani

Germantown, MD 20874 | (443) 854-7604

Having in this business more than 20 years, curriculum, art& craft , outdoor play , cooking projects , motor skills, learning activities, music , much more 

Cookie's Castle Family Daycare

Cookie's Castle Family Daycare

Windsor Mill, MD 21244 | (443) 814-9023

Cookie's Castle Family Child Care       Hi my name is Ms. Cookie i'm a Registered license and Owner /Director Administration for Cookie's Castle Family Day Care home I have the following Training 90 Hours / 45 Hours Infants & Toddlers, and School Ages Children. First Aid/ CPR,  Healthy Beginnings, Core knowledge. I participate in  Maryland Execle Level 3 Rating  Program Childcare Credential Program Level 4, I'm located in Baltimore County (Windsor Mills Area near Northwest Hospital) with a maximum capacity of 8 children. The home-based daycare service helps with children in the age range of 0-23 Months, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years, 5 years, 5 years to 12 years. Building and Strengthening Skills for children  *Plan based on each child's individual age and stage of development * Help each child meet goals that are just right for that child * Value each child's family and culture * Physical development- Babies love to move, * Social and emotional development- From the moment infants are born, they're ready to learn through meaningful interactions * Thinking (cognitive) skills. Your child is curious about the world around them *Language development. Your child's caregiver helps him learn new words—and how conversation works         Our high-quality programs know that you are the most important person in your child's life—and her first teacher. We want to partner with you parents/guardian to build a trusting relationship so that together, you support your infant's and toddler growth and development.  Here are some things that make this great partnership work: * Respect children's individual personalities and abilities. * Communication and share with families what their children are doing in the classroom If families and caregivers speak different languages, caregivers find ways to pass on important information (like taking photos of what a child is learning at the program, or sending home translated materials).  * Openness, welcome families in the program through Google Meet or childcare App take part in decisions about your child's care * Primary High-quality programs provide primary care are responsible for caring for a child's needs and interacting with his family. Hours of Operation: 5:30a.m. to 5:30pm  (Flexible Care) Extended Care  Monday- Friday Building and Strengthening Skills for children    *Plan based on each child's individual age and stage of development   *Help each child meet goals that are just right for that child   *Value each child's family and culture   * Physical development- Babies love to move,   * Social and emotional development- From the moment infants are born, they're ready to learn through meaningful interactions    * Thinking (cognitive) skills. Your child is curious about the world around them   *Language development. Your child's caregiver helps him learn new words—and how conversation works   Our high-quality programs know that you are the most important person in your child's life—and her first teacher. We want to partner with you parents/guardian to build a trusting relationship so that together, you support your infant's and toddler growth and development.    Here are some things that make this great partnership work:   * Respect children's individual personalities and abilities.   * Communication and share with families what their children are doing in the classroom If families and caregivers speak different languages, caregivers find ways to pass on important information (like taking photos of what a child is learning at the program, or sending home translated materials).    * Openness, welcome families in the program through Google Meet or childcare App take part in decisions about your child's care   * Primary High-quality programs provide primary care are responsible for caring for a child's needs and interacting with his family. Hours of Operation: 5:30a.m. to 5:30pm  (Flexible Care) Extended Care  Monday- Friday Building and Strengthening Skills for children    *Plan based on each child's individual age and stage of development   *Help each child meet goals that are just right for that child   *Value each child's family and culture   * Physical development- Babies love to move,   * Social and emotional development- From the moment infants are born, they're ready to learn through meaningful interactions    * Thinking (cognitive) skills. Your child is curious about the world around them   *Language development. Your child's caregiver helps him learn new words—and how conversation works   Our high-quality programs know that you are the most important person in your child's life—and her first teacher. We want to partner with you parents/guardian to build a trusting relationship so that together, you support your infant's and toddler growth and development.    Here are some things that make this great partnership work:   * Respect children's individual personalities and abilities.   * Communication and share with families what their children are doing in the classroom If families and caregivers speak different languages, caregivers find ways to pass on important information (like taking photos of what a child is learning at the program, or sending home translated materials).    * Openness, welcome families in the program through Google Meet or childcare App take part in decisions about your child's care   * Primary High-quality programs provide primary care are responsible for caring for a child's needs and interacting with his family.   Hours of Operation: 5:30a.m. to 5:30pm  (Flexible Care) Extended Care  Monday- Friday

Tena Mekonnen

Tena Mekonnen

Burtonsville, MD 20866 | (202) 340-0812

My name is Tena, I am a family childcare in Burtonsville Md. I am certified CPR/First aid and i have 90 hours child care Development and curricula certification. I also have experienced with kids. I have a very good parents reference.

Ms. Abbey's Daycare

Ms. Abbey's Daycare

Dunkirk, MD 20754 | (814) 571-4038

I pride myself on providing a clean safe and loving environment to children. I have a spacious daycare area completely separated from my main living area with a dedicated outside entrance. We have a large yard for the kids to play and a fun swing set and accessories. All meals and snacks are included in the weekly rates. Please feel free to contact me! 

Maryland Child Care Licensing Agency

Maryland State Department of Education
Division of Early Childhood Development
Office of Child Care Licensing Branch
200 West Baltimore Street
10th floor
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: 410-767-7805
Toll Free: 800-332-6347
Web Site: http://earlychildhood.marylandpublicschools.org/child-care-providers/licensing

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