Home Daycare in Blacklick OH

Home Daycare in Blacklick OH

Handprints Playcare

Hello, I operate a licensed home-based child care program. Here is a... great opportunity if you would like for your child(ren) to be part of a smaller group with more individualized care, socializing with other children in their age group, meanwhile still gaining the education to be prepared for kindergarten. About the Owner: Mother, Grandmother, and Legal Guardian Degree in Early Childhood Education Step Up To Quality Star Rated State Approved Curriculum Licensed with Department of Jobs and Family Services/ODE Registered with Action For Children CPR, First Aid, Child Abuse Recognition, Communicable Disease Prevention Certified Franklin County Children Services Child Abuse and Neglect Checked FBI and BCI background checked References. About the Program: Circle Time (discussions, stories, puppet, weather and daily learning chart) Cognitive Activities (simple math- counting, sorting, matching and simple science-light table, life cycles, gardening) Music & Movement (instruments, dance, songs, musical chairs) Fine Motor Activities (peg board, blocks, puzzles, beading, scribbles/writing and art) Outdoor activities (water exploration, bubbles, ride-ons) Other: - Large fenced in backyard - Accept Franklin County Title XX - Accept Private Care - Nutritional Meals and Snacks - Pet free (except classroom pets) Infants: - I hold during feedings and one-on-one playtime, sing and read to them. - Tummy time, exercise and play that encourages hand-eye coordination. - Focus on setting a daily routine. Toddlers: - Sing and read to them. Music and Movement. - I teach, assist and encourage independence. - We work on learning alphabets, numbers, shapes, colors, etc. - We have art and science. - Puppets and cooking with story time. - We practice sharing and using good manners. - Awesome field trips weather permitting - Focus on setting a daily routine. - Introduce potty training. Preschool: - We work on recognizing our name, letters, numbers, etc. - Sing and read to them. Music and Movement. - Continue to encourage independence. - We work on learning alphabets, numbers, shapes, colors, etc. - We have art and science. - Puppets and cooking with story time. - We practice sharing and using good manners. - Awesome field trips weather permitting - Focus on setting a daily routine. - Assist with potty training. - We work on kindergarten readiness We have Fun!

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