Best Christian Daycares in Capitol Heights MD

Christian Daycares in Capitol Heights MD

First Rock Baptist Church Child Development Center
Minister Anthony L. Minter first attended the First Rock Baptist Church at the age of nine. At the age of twelve, he received Jesus Christ into his life. He was baptized by the founding pastor of First Rock, the late Reverend Joseph W. King, Sr. Since joining the church Minister Minter has been consistent in attendance and steadfast in ministry. He has served our church faithfully as a Junior Deacon, Sunday School teacher, Bible Study teacher, and sang in numerous choirs. Minister Minter’s heart is to teach God’s word and proclaim it’s applicability to the Christians’ everyday life. Likewise, he seeks to make known to unbelievers that Christ is the only way to eternal life. In 1980, Minister Minter was licensed to preach the Gospel by Pastor King. In January 1999, he was ordained by First Rock’s second pastor, Minister Richard C. Corbin, Sr. Shortly after his ordination, on January 29th, the church membership overwhelmingly voted for him to serve as Assistant Pastor. After attending Howard University, Minister Minter was employed by Giant Food. In March of 1999, he retired with 21 years of service to become the full-time Assistant Pastor for First Rock Baptist Church. On October 23, 2004, Minister Minter celebrated his installation as Pastor of First Rock Baptist Church. He is married to the former Wanda J. Marable. From this union God has blessed them with 3 children, Vashti, Christina, and Anthony, and 1 granddaughter, Aidyn.
Tabernacle Baptist Church CDC
Tabernacle Child Development Center provides' children with a caring. Safe and secure environment that utilizes a child development centered curriculum. This type of curriculum is based on the emotional, physical, social and cognitive needs of the individual child. The developmental needs of the child are used to determine appropriate activities carried out with that child. Because children grow and develop at different rates, this approach offers them the opportunity to explore each area of development at their own pace. The Staff of the Center creates an atmosphere of support and affection as well as provides the materials, equipment and experience required to optimize the experiences of each child. They also serve as examples to the children, since children learn as much by observing others as they do by direction instruction. The teaching staff acts as facilitators rather than the directors of activities. The environment is carefully planned based on an assessment of the children's skills. Planning is most obvious by the presence of "interest centers" in every classroom. These centers include are, dramatic play, manipulative or small motor skills, gross motor play or block, sand, water, books listening, etc. Teachers make available a wide variety of activities in each "interest center." Children are encouraged to explore all interest centers. Teachers provide an external structure for the day and provide the children time to work in the centers. Their explorations of the environment are usually self-initiated. Because of the variety of materials, children can learn several different skills in each center. Children's creativity is enhanced by the open-endedness of the learning material. A sense of responsibility and powerfulness is also promoted by allowing children to choose their own activities.

Recent Reviews in Capitol Heights MD

Saba's Family Child Care

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Rising Generations Early Learning Center

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Parkview Child Development Center

Our vision is for a Center that provides a solid Christian foundation... that endorses a thirst for knowledge, trusted teachers who instill confidence, creative learning while building a fulfilling relationship between parents, teachers and the community. Providing a sound Bible based training program that develops lives that will live by the word of God. Our mission is to reach, teach, encourage and involve each child in our program. We are dedicated to the educational and religious training of the educational and religious training of the whole child within a healthy and safe environment. Ensuring them that we care about their spirit, mind and body. Building character and a strong biblically based spiritual foundation through the word of God. Infants Ages 6 weeks to 18 months. Places emphasis on individualized care, close personal attention, and high level of parent-staff communication. We follow your child’s schedule of napping eating and diapering. Experienced caregivers cuddle, talk to and play with your baby stimulating and encouraging cognitive, physical, social and emotional development. The ParkView CDC personalizes the Infant Program to the needs of each infant. Therefore, there is no set program. Infants will be diapered routinely and as needed. Constant communication between parent(s) and staff is necessary. Toddlers Ages 18 months to 24 months, Is also coordinated between parents and caregivers. Toddlers are encouraged to satisfy their natural curiosity and to explore the various play areas and activities will be continuously guided by their caregivers. Structured activities such as circle time, outdoor play and introduction to arts and crafts will be directed by staff. An individual notebook will also be kept for daily notes between parents and caregivers. Twos Ages 24 months to 36 months This is the classroom in which children learn to be independent. The focus of the two year old class is to learn through play. The two's are encouraged to use their language skills, stack objects, and start counting. The teacher sets goals to develop the children's social skills, patience, sharing, and listening skills. They are also encouraged to use the potty in preparation for the preschool classroom. Pre-Schoolers Ages 3-4 years Places emphasis in providing key early literacy skills: alphabetic knowledge, phonological awareness, print awareness, and oral language skills in preschool children to build the foundation for future reading success. The goals of the “Early Reading First” preschool program are to increase literacy skills of preschool children, early identification of cognitive, social, emotional, and language delays, assist center as they strive for excellence, and ensure that children enter kindergarten ready to learn. Before and After Care The Park View CDC offers before and after care school care for children ages 5-12. Our program allows children the freedom to play, relax, work on a special project, or spend some time on homework. Assistance with homework is available. Snacks are provided after school. Outdoor play is available to children in the afternoon, weather permitting. Child care is available too for children enrolled in the before and after school program on days when schools are closed

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