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CrayonBox Daycare is a in-home daycare that offers a preschool curriculum. We believe that it is essential to offer each child a safe and fun learning environment for their growth and development.
Isa's Child Care is an exciting environment where our children learn through active play. It is designed to feel like home in a home environment where education, excellent care, and play go hand and hand. Fifteen years of child care experience.
Thank you for your interest in my at home daycare.My name is Amber and i have one child.She is 5 years old and starts school soon.i have been married for 5 years and im a stay at home mom. I am starting my daycare because i love children and enjoy seeing them reach their full potential.I will provide a safe and comfortable environment and fun learning.All food and drinks and snacks provided.just provide diapers and baby formula.I Will do weekends and odd hours also.I have taken infant/childcare classes in the past.I provide daily reports on your child and ouch forms in case they get hurt.I celebrate the childrens birthdays and holidays.this is my schedule for the kids if you have infants the schedule will differ: 6-7-children arrive and the children have free play 7-7:30-wash hands and have breakfast 7:30-9-wash hands and to arts and crafts and coloring 9-9:30-circle time(board games or read to kids) 9:30-10-wash hands and snack time 10-12-learning time 12-12:30-wash hands and eat lunch 12:30-1-story time 1-2-nap time or story time for non sleepers 2-3-playtime 3-3:30-wash hands snack time and tv time 3:30-3:45-interactive songs 3:45-4:45-letters and numbers 4:45-5:45-free play 5:45-6-get ready to go home Please contact me if you have any questions.I look forward to meeting you and your family!
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