Best Accredited Daycares in Baltimore MD

Accredited Daycares in Baltimore MD

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Woodbridge Valley Children's Place

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Bambi Home Daycare

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Other Accredited Daycares Near Baltimore MD

Gateway School

Clear and effective communication is a necessity; there is a... compelling need to understand and to be understood. HASA supports and facilitates individual choice in how to communicate. Our audiology, education, interpreting and speech-language services enable effective communication for individuals and families. Gateway School offers two programs for preschool children ages 2 through 5. One is a Listening and Spoken Language Program: Little Ears, Big Voices that serves children with hearing loss (please click here to learn about the Little Ears, Big Voices Program). Gateway School's other preschool program is for children with communication disorders that include speech and language delays, developmental delays, autism, and other conditions that may include hearing loss. Like all Gateway School programs, classes for your child are small, with a low student-teacher ratio of 3:1 or less. Our preschool students often face challenges of multiple and sometimes medically complicated conditions, but our teachers make their preschool experience nurturing and educational. They provide your child with the attention he or she needs. Our kindergarten and elementary classes emphasize strengthening your child's language skills that support academic skills, social development, and personal independence. Specialized instructional strategies are used to develop reading, spelling, written language, and mathematics skills. Instruction in the areas of science and social studies is hands-on, multi-sensory, and emphasizes the development of language concepts. Instruction in social skills and adaptive/life skills is an important part of your child's educational program and is integrated throughout the school day. Children who develop spoken language have the option to participate fully in the mainstream community. “Oral children” (children who are deaf or who have severe to profound hearing loss but can understand and use spoken language) can successfully learn to read and write through conventional methods. Children in Gateway’s Listening and Spoken Language Preschool receive comprehensive audiological management on-site. Teachers and professionals collaborate to meet the individual needs of every child and staff are experts in deafness, technology, acoustics, and speech and language development. We have created an environment that nurtures self-esteem, independence, creativity, and problem solving, as the children develop listening and speech skills. Spoken English is the only language used by children at “Little Ears, Big Voices.” Our rigorous academics, which follow the Maryland State Curriculum, prepare children for mainstream kindergartens/elementary schools. Must have a referral from a outside professional, or local school system.

Tender Tots

Aletheia McCaskill is a licensed family child care provider in... Baltimore, MD. Aletheia Mccaskill cares for children as young as 12 weeks through 12 years old. About Us: Tender Tots is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. We are committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. We have created an environment filled with patience towards the understanding of your child's needs. We encourage positive goals and help develop self-esteem and awareness. We have extensive experience with children with special needs including gestational tubing (feeding tube), mild-severe handicaps, apnea monitors, behavior disorders & speech/physical challenges. We welcome outside programs such as Maryland Infant and Toddler Program to aid in the full potential of our children. I'm Aletheia McCaskill. Many call me, "Miss Pooh", an old childhood name & easier for the children to pronounce. I have been married for almost 20 years & the very proud mother of 2 very special young ladies. I have my Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and my Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Development, Magna Cum Laude. After 7 years of serving in the private work sector as a computer analyst/programmer, I diligently began serving the child care community. It has been a wonderful journey for the past 17 years. I am an active member of NAFCC (National Association for Family Child Care), SEIU, Local 500-Child Care Division [currently serving as a Leader on Bargaining Committee and as Chairwoman, Baltimore City/County Regional C.O.P.E.], Level 6 of Maryland Child Care Credential, Maryland EXCELS, Certified in Emergency and Disaster Preparedness and I provide support services & child care to local homeless shelters several days a week. I truly believe that it takes a village/community to raise a child. I commend the curious child. Self-discovery and building social skills are as equally important as learning the fundamentals of reading, writing and math. My passion for early child care doesn't stop here at daycare. I love mentoring & my newest adventures are advancing state government policies that pertain to early learning/child development & writing children's books (only in the mental process for now). My philosophy of education is extensive. In the largest sense, I believe education serves many purposes. It builds character & connects us to the unknown. Yes, to some degree, education can lead to financial prosperity. But, the measure of wealth can only be defined by an individual's character. Please send an email for more information.

Bryn Mawr Little School

At Bryn Mawr Little School, we know the importance of providing... loving and consistent care, authentic experiences, and meaningful learning opportunities. We value each family’s unique contribution to our community. With close observation, personal attention, and ongoing communication we begin to know your child and are able to guide him or her on a path of discovery and learning that is best suited to his or her individual learning style and interests. Our highly educated, nurturing teachers have a clear understanding of how young children learn and grow. Our developmentally appropriate curriculum engages the whole child by encouraging creativity, communication, collaboration and problem solving, while having fun. The Little School program is designed to provide ample opportunities for your child to socialize, play, learn and express his or her individuality in a nurturing and accepting environment. We encourage a child’s natural sense of wonder. Children spend their time painting and drawing, sorting, counting, and learning the alphabet, building with blocks, playing dress-up, dancing and singing, riding trikes, exploring and learning about nature, sharing ideas and stories, making their own books, and taking the time for rest and naps. We strive to balance the day so children can grow and learn in healthy, age-appropriate ways. We honor each child and family by celebrating your unique culture, heritage, ethnicity, traditions and beliefs. The 2015-2016 school year will mark the 39th anniversary of the founding of the Bryn Mawr Little School. We remain as committed as ever to our belief that the role of a preschool is to offer children opportunities to form lasting friendships and develop independence and confidence in their emerging social and academic abilities. Teacehers at the Little School provide foundational lessons that match the individual readiness of each child to ensure that they experience success every day. To help you fully appreciate and understand what your child’s early education experience will be at Bryn Mawr, we invite you to visit us during the school day. We provide individual tours of our facility, allowing you and your child the opportunity to meet our dedicated faculty, see our large, inviting classrooms, explore our beautiful campus, ask questions and share insights significant to your child’s and family’s individual needs. Located in Baltimore, Maryland, The Bryn Mawr School is a private all-girls kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school with a coed preschool. Bryn Mawr provides girls with exceptional educational opportunities on a beautiful 26-acre campus within the city limits. Inquisitive girls, excellent teaching, strong student-teacher relationships and a clear mission sustain our vibrant school community where girls always come first. Our goal at the Bryn Mawr Little School is to provide a supportive learning environment based on each child's unique needs, and to lead each child along a path of self-discovery. Private all-girls school for grades K-12 with a co-ed preschool.

Little Friends II

About: Little Friends is a full-service child care center, for... children 6 weeks to 4 years old, which is licensed by the State of Maryland and the Maryland State Department of Education. Located on the beautiful campus of Friends School of Baltimore, our facility sits off of North Charles Street with an entrance separate from that of the school for ease and convenience of drop-off and pick-up for our families. Care and Learning: Quaker values are at the center of our work. We focus on building self-esteem, socialization skills and serving others through frequent community service projects. We teach children to stop and think about their actions and how they affect others. We are a center-based classroom environment and we encourage fine and gross motor skills by offering plenty of indoor and outdoor opportunities. We have the pleasure of using the Friends School of Baltimore campus amenities, such as the Lower School Library, the Gymnasium and the fields. We also partner with other divisions of the School to enrich the children’s experience. Our building and classroom was consciously designed with child-friendly simplicity. From the natural wood furniture to the warm, inviting colors we aim to stimulate our children from within--encouraging creative play and challenging them with age-appropriate queries. Come and Take a Look: We welcome scheduled visitors Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. or between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m.. Contact Janelle Schmidt, Director of Childcare and Extended Day, to set-up an appointment or if you have additional questions. Please feel free to visit the program with or without your child. We provide year-round care for children ages 6 weeks to 4 years old, from 7:00am - 6:00pm.

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