Steph's Little Steps Family Childcare - Seekonk MA In-Home Daycare

1247 newmen ave., Seekonk MA 02771
(508) 692-0861

About the Provider

Description: My name is Stephanie I have 2 children of my own 13 and 9years old. I am a EEC Family child care Licensed provide. I am also EEC licensed Preschool, Toddler, Infant teacher for centers, CPR and First Aid Certified. I have worked with children since 2000. My goal is to encourage and help children grow and learn at their own pace in a Warm Loving Family atmosphere. After working at a daycare/preschool center then having my own children I know how hard it can be to trust someone with your child. Our daily schedule has plenty of indoor and out door creative learning and play time, allowing kids to be kids! I have a Large secluded yard. We do lots of crafts done by the children and so much more, All curriculum is age appropriate. Please contact me for more information. Location: North End Seekonk 02771 House is set an acre back off street on rt 152, Close to 95 and 195 and rt 44. Very private and safe yard and location. Over 10 years experience

Program and Licensing Details

  • Capacity: 6
  • License Number: 9024639
  • Age Range: 0-6
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: Yes
  • Type of Care: Daytime, Full-Time, Part-Time

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