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My name is Kirsten Lee. I am located in Midwest City, OK. My husband and I live together with our brand new baby girl, Arya, born this March. My work experience includes 10+ years working as a daycare teacher and an in-home nanny where I cared for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years.
Provider has a Child Development Associate and over 18 years of Early Childhood Experience. We use an app called Bright Wheel to send pictures and notifications to parents throughout the day. I provide a fun, developmentally appropriate emergent curriculum.
Ive been licensed for Daycare almost 15 years, I treat the children like my own. This is a Home Daycare enviroment,but the house is only used for Daycare
We are a Christian early childhood enrichment child care facility. We offer a preschool program from 730 AM-11 AM. We also incorporate enrichment activities such as American Sign Language, Spanish, gardening, small animal care, yoga, and much more. All of these activities are included in the weekly rate which depends on child's schedule. We do charge a $10 monthly curriculum fee and a yearly $30 family enrollment fee. We are open 24/7 including early morning drop off, late night pick ups, second shift, overnight, weekends, and of course the regular day care hours of operation. I am a licensed early childhood/elementary teacher with endorsements in several areas including reading, language arts, and Spanish. I also have my director's credentials for operating a child care center. Most of my daycare children, ages 2+, can count to 20 in English and Spanish, know the basic colors in English and Spanish, can identify the basic shapes, can identify all of the letters in their names, and are learning to identify letters/sounds and numbers/one to one correspondence. My oldest group, ages 3+, includes children who can read basic sight word booklets, can write names, can count to 100, and much more. We are a 2 star (out of a total of 3) program, and we are level ten (the highest level) for daycares in Oklahoma. Please, check out my facebook page, Tina Wiggins, and my daycare page on facebook, Little Learners Preschool and Child Care for more info. :)
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