American Sign Language Daycares in Jessup MD

American Sign Language Daycares in Jessup MD

Cradlerock Children's Center
Cradlerock Children’s Center (CCC) is a non-profit child care center and preschool serving families in and around Howard County, Maryland. We are committed to excellence, offering a high-quality education and care program that nurtures and stimulates our young learners. We also know that children need to feel safe and loved in order to reach out to those around them. By fostering positive and nurturing interactions, our teachers help children build a bond of trust and caring, which forms a foundation for learning throughout life. Finally, Cradlerock Children’s Center is committed to serving families of all income levels, particularly those from the Owen Brown neighborhood surrounding our center. When financially able, we offer scholarships to those of limited means and accept vouchers from the state Department of Social Services. We also offer an English Immersion program at a nominal fee. This enables children to learn English before they enter the public school system, and benefits children who would otherwise be unable to attend preschool.

Recent Reviews in Jessup MD

Nabeela Tabassum Family Child Care

"My daughter attended Nabeela's Daycare from 6 months to 1 year old. She began to speak the Hindu language until I transfered my child to a center that concentrated on English as a first. The"

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Sughran Aslan Family Child Care

"The child care was friendly and sometimes flexible."

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Other American Sign Language Daycares Near Jessup MD

Ms. Ashley's Family Child Care

My Mission I maintain a level of professionalism and take my job very seriously. I commit myself to providing quality child care with the use of... programs that enhance early childhood education and development. Children are exposed to developmentally appropriate activities, learn in a creative, playful, and fun environment; and are encouraged to discover and express their own uniqueness, interests, and talents; which will help to build their self-esteem, confidence, a love of learning, and lasting friendships. Our Program Children learn best through play and experiences. I believe that children learn by doing, getting messy, investigating their questions, and problem solving with their friends. They learn by playing games, using their imaginations, expressing their emotions, creating, and exploring the world around them. I set up intentional play activities and explorations that meet the needs of individual students. I question and extend their thinking and play to help them learn and grow. I provide high quality education and care for every student who comes in my classroom. I intentionally plan and organize the classroom so students have the opportunity to develop in the areas of social emotional, language and literacy, math, science, creative arts, fine motor, and gross motor. It is my goal for students to develop the dispositions and skills to become lifelong learners and be successful in kindergarten and life (both socially and academically). Curriculum We use the professionally developed Mother Goose Time curriculum for our learning. This curriculum aligns with the Maryland College and Career Ready Standards and supports our philosophy of learning through play.

Joy In Learning Preschool

Joy in Learning has been providing childcare services to children and their families since 1983. For close to 30 years, Joy in Learning has been in... business to serve the needs of working families by offering quality child care in a home-like environment. At Joy in Learning, we believe that our centers will serve as a basic support for the family. Our role is to enhance and expand the parent’s relationship with the child through a program rich in tolerance, encouragement and acceptance. The objectives of the Joy In Learning Child Care Centers are to: - Demonstrate, through example, opportunity and informal conversation, the Joy inherent In all Learning. - Provide an atmosphere of respect and caring for young children and each other. The ultimate goal is to enhance the child’s self esteem while facilitating his or her potential for optimal personal development. - Schedule a balanced day of activity, rest, nourishment, and creative involvement. - Supply materials and equipment conducive to learning about self, family, community, environment, math and science, music and art, literature, and architecture The Columbia Center is open from 6:30 am to 6:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The center accepts children from 8 weeks to 10 years of age. It is currently licensed for 94 children. Joy In Learning provides two snacks per day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Children bring a lunch from home. If it requires heating, the staff can accommodate.

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