We welcome you to the Eldersburg KinderCare Learning Center. We are committed to providing all of our families with the best experience in Early Childhood Education. We have been serving children and families for over 25 years.
We are NAEYC accredited and pride ourselves in following the criteria guidelines set forth by both NAEYC and KinderCare Learning Centers. We believe in fostering the "Whole Child" by providing enrichment and activities that ensure each child excels socially, emotionally, physically, and intellectually. Our family oriented center provides a warm, nurturing atmosphere for all children.
We also make the safety of our entire "KinderCare Family" a priority. We have a Health and Safety Coordinator, Ms. Ashleigh who has been with us for two years. She ensures all safety guidelines are followed on a daily basis.
We feel confident that our many years of experience, as well as our deep commitment and dedication, will provide your family with ease and assurance in your decision making process when choosing a Learning Center for your child.
We look forward to serving your family in the future!
Teachers & Staff
Here at KinderCare our staff is dedicated to enriching your child's future! Several of the staff members have been dedicated to KinderCare for many years and offer a warm, loving, enriched classroom for children of all ages to thrive in. We hope that you and your family become a part of our KinderCare Family!
Health & Safety
We offer a secure keypad entry, sign in/out system, high fenced-in playground area and all staff are First Aid and CPR trained and certified.
has NAEYC accreditation.
National Association for the Education of Young Children is the world's largest organization working on behalf of young children. NAEYC established a national, voluntary accreditation system to set professional standards for early childhood education programs and to help families identify high-quality programs. The NAEYC Accreditation Criteria address all aspects of an early childhood program, including interactions among teachers and children, curriculum, interactions among teachers and families, administration, staff qualifications and professional development, staffing patterns, physical environment, health and safety, nutrition and food service, and program evaluation.