Entrust your child to our team of childcare staff.

Reflective Teachers:

A quality early childhood program ensures that teaching staff members are equipped with tools for success. Reflective teachers use observations and teachable moments to make learning meaningful. In addition to meeting the state’s child care licensing requirements, our employees are interviewed and selected based on their commitment to young children and their passion of nurturing and providing instruction that will be engaging and inspire individual accomplishments. This is to make sure that each of them is certified in educating young learners. Our staff will have continuous professional development training at both in-service and local conferences. All teachers will receive credentialing through the completion of the Child Development Associate (CDA) program offered through the Council of Professional Recognition.

When you need to leave your child at a daycare center while you are at work, or if you just need an occasional babysitter, you would want to make sure they are in good hands.

Our childcare workers that include the administrative and teaching staff introduce educational concepts with an inclination toward good conduct. Learning while playing is one theme we highly emphasize. We help preschool-aged children prepare for real school encounters like kindergarten. From playing, solving problems, and questioning, to discovering and experimenting, we are here to guide them. Instructional techniques will also be given to help children develop to their fullest potential. We keep all of the children engaged in creative activities, such as dance, music, and art. And during summer, when children are out from school, we watch over them and provide them with various activities for their fun, enjoyment, and leisure.

Our highly qualified childcare staff members do the following:

  • Supervise and Monitor Children’s Safety
  • Prepare Meals
  • Organize Mealtimes and Snacks
  • Help Children with Good Proper Hygiene Care
  • Change the Diapers of Infants and Toddlers
  • Organize Activities
  • Implement a Curriculum
  • Explore Interests in children
  • Develop Schedules and Routines
  • Ensure children Have Enough Playtime, Rest, Activity, and More
  • Watch for Signs of Emotional or Developmental Problems
  • Consult Parents with Their Kid’s Problems
  • Keep Records of Kid’s Overall Progress, Including Their Routines and Interests

See us anytime you want. You can also contact us at 313-893-5439.

mother playing with her child