OPENINGS: We are full at this time.
Next infant opening is anticipated in November and December 2023.
Next opening for children over 2 will be in November 2023!
About The Daycare:
West Virginia Ave Playhouse is a licensed home-based daycare and preschool in Washington, DC. We’re located in the Ivy City neighborhood, near Lewis Crowe Park. Our place is perfect for your daily commute to work since we’re very accessible and close to major roads, such as New York Ave NW/NE (US-50) and Bladensburg NE/Maryland AVE NE (US-1).
Our family child care program is open all year-round from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm, Mondays to Fridays. We provide full-time care for newborn babies, as well as toddlers through preschoolers up to 5 years old. To prevent any possible allergies, we maintain a peanut and tree-nut free environment. We can offer meals to children in our care (breakfast, lunch and snacks) but please note that there is an additional fee for these meals (please inquire about this).
About The Staff:
I’m the owner and main caregiver, and I have a decade of experience in child care and early childhood education. I hold a Child Development Associate's Degree and CPR & First-aid certifications. I run my daycare with my 2 assistants who have 35 years of combined experience. We’re all moms, so we can certainly relate to your child care needs and concerns. Our team ensures that every child receives plenty of individualized attention, and that they are happy and feel loved :)
West Virginia Ave Playhouse is committed to creating a safe, warm, loving environment for children where they can learn and grow at their own pace physically, emotionally, creatively, intellectually, and socially. We want to help your children boost their confidence and self-esteem by treating them as unique individuals. We strive to make your child’s time in our care the best experience it can be.
We’re dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing, enriching, and happy environment ensuring school readiness. Our daycare addresses these goals through our Creative Curriculum with lots of activities that foster a strong bond between staff and children, as well as through programs that provide age-appropriate learning experiences that strive to balance structured activities with sensitivity to each child’s readiness to learn.