Early Childhood Development Day Care

A learning home, more than just a day care!

Smart from the start
"Irony is discovering that the most cost-effective way to diminish low student achievement in high school occurs between birth and age five."
Lynn Fielding (Annual Growth, Catch up Growth)



"Every child learns to read early and well, thereby reaching his or her full potential in school and life"  The Children's Reading Fundation

Early Childhood Development Day Care is dedicated to encouraging 
a lifelong love of learning by:

  • Offering a wide range of enriching activities to meet the individual needs of each child.
  • Focusing on building each child's emotional, social, cognitive and physical skills.
  • Offering developmentally appropriate materials.
  • Using American Sign Language as a tool to master students learning.
  • Introducing Sight Words to students at early age.
  • Offering open communication with families in an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.
  • Focusing phonemic awareness and phonics to build early literacy skills.

I love teaching your child

 I  spend a big part of the day cuddling and talking to your baby to instill trust and provide a healty early learning environment for movement, exploration and  comunication.

  • I provide a play area filled with toys and books that help your baby develop at his or her own pace.

  • I sing songs and read stories to encourage language acquisition. I also pass balls and play games to develop motor skills.
  • In Early Childhood Development Day Care American Sign Language is introduced to your baby with amazing results. Your child learns to express thoughts or needs without language ability.

Early Childhood Development Day Care emphasize social growth each day through circle time by incorporating stories and songs that encourage language skills.

Your toddler practices hand washing, putting on a coat, picking up toys and sharing friends; manners on the table with all in a safe and nurturing childcare setting.

I guide your toddler through activities that strengthen gross motor skills, such as using balance beams and standing on tip-toes; and fine motor skills through crayon, marker use etc.


Although children potty-train at their own pace, you and I work together to provide the best environment for success.


Your child will gain confidence by discovering the answers to a toddlers' favorite questions: "Why?" and "Where?"

  • I adapt different programs used for top educators around the country to my day care.
    It works fantastic! I feel very proud for what I am doing for my kids.

  • Handwriting Without Tears
    Orton Gillingham aproach

    Learn to read with phonics
    Writers workshop

    "Read with a child. It's the most important 20 minutes of your day" The Children's Reading Foundation