Daycare & Child Care

Little Explorers—12 months to 2 years

Our program for toddlers builds on skills learned during infancy and provides a safe and happy environment for toddlers to become more independent. This program introduces skills in problem solving, concept formation, cooperation and self-help. Providing more than daycare service, our teachers provide a high level of personal interaction, intent on nurturing each child individually.  We strive to be the best daycare facility in West Palm Beach.

Daycare Program Includes:

• Daily whole group instruction
• Monthly thematic units that provide a variety of daily activities
• Development of children’s confidence, self esteem and the love of learning
• Regular communication between teachers and families to keep you informed about your child’s experience.
• The Creative Curriculum
• Dramatic play in Kidsville

Little Achievers and Little Learners—2 to 3 years old

Two year olds are very curious about the world about them. Our experienced teachers provide many outlets for creative expression. Your child will flourish in an environment filled with child-initiated activities that balance play and discovery with teacher direction and instruction. Early preschoolers are guided in making an important transition from individual play to group play. Creative activities encourage self expression through movement, painting and dramatic play.

Child Care Program Includes:

• Variety of cognitive, physical, social and emotional development activities
• Daily small group instruction that promotes skill development
• Environment focused on the development of the whole child
• The Creative Curriculum
• Computer Lab
• Dramatic Play in Kidsville

Subsidized Daycare & Subsidized Child Care:

Working families often fight to make ends meet and, for many people, child care is out of reach because of their budget. The Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) offers several financial support or subsidy schedules to qualifying families on a non-discriminatory basis. Families with low incomes in Florida who are searching for work or getting training to work may qualify for daycare school readiness help. 

The School Readiness Program offers monetary aid to low-income families for early childhood education and child care so families can become monetarily self-sufficient and their young children can be successful in school in the future. Services vary based on individual necessity and range from extended day to extended year and school age care in some cases.

The program takes into account a child’s physical, social, emotional and intellectual growth.  It involves parents as their child's first teacher. Our goal is to prepare children so they are ready for school. We supply parents helpful material about child development and other topics of parenthood awareness. School, child care and daycare readiness programs provide child-development screenings and referrals to health and scholastic specialists. This program works in association with other plans for young children such as Head Start, Early Head Start and the VPK program in the state of Florida.