Best Methodist Daycares in Chevy Chase MD

Methodist Daycares in Chevy Chase MD

Recent Reviews in Chevy Chase MD

Becker Daycare

"The Beckers are truly one of a kind. They are amazingly patient, kind, and humble, and they provide an enriching, peaceful, homey environment focused on books, art, music, creative and outdoor play,"

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Forest Knolls Kids Playhouse

"This provider and her team are absolutely wonderful. I can't recommend her enough. She helped our 4 month old get on a nap schedule and routine...he is a very happy boy with them. She has always been..."

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Other Methodist Daycares Near Chevy Chase MD

St. Luke's United Methodist Preschool

St. Luke’s United Methodist Preschool would like to welcome you to... our website! At St. Luke’s United Methodist Preschool, we adhere to the highest standards of teaching, security, safety, and loving care. We recognize and value the uniqueness of each child at his or her own level of development. Our classrooms are designed to foster this uniqueness and support the child’s growth, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. You and your child are of the greatest importance to us! We have been proudly providing quality childcare services in the Falls Church, Virginia area since 1980. We are state licensed, with teachers that are CPR and basic first aid certified. If your need is not immediate, please bookmark our site for future reference. Come by, call or email St. Luke’s United Methodist Preschool for more information. Be sure to mention you found us online. St. Luke’s United Methodist Preschool operates on a year round full day schedule. There are a limited number of part time spaces also available. Parents may register their children for 1, 2, or 3 days per week, but should realize that it is the eventual goal of the center to primarily serve full-time children due to the Preschool’s budget. Upon acceptance of a child into the program, the Enrollment Agreement needs to be filled out and signed, with a deposit (one week’s tuition) and registration fee to reserve the child’s place in the program. This deposit is refundable with proper notification of withdrawal from the program (30 days prior to the child’s last date of attendance). The first month’s tuition is due the first day of enrollment. Accident insurance is provided for all the children attending St. Luke’s United Methodist Preschool and is included in the tuition. No reimbursement or discounts will be made for absences due to illness or vacation. Federal holidays and other school closings listed in the Preschool’s calendar are taken into consideration when the tuition rates are figured and are paid for as regular day. Additional Information Operating hours 7:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m. There will be a discount offered for siblings (“sibling rate”) if all children are enrolled full-time (M-F). *Sibling rates only apply if all children are full-time. Part-time parents please schedule in advance the days you will be attending. Parents picking up their children after the Preschool’s closing (6:00 p.m.) will be assessed a late fee.

Board of Child Care

The Board of Child Care’s mission as an outreach ministry of The... United Methodist Church is to serve children and families who require physical, emotional, behavioral and social support. Through residential and community-based services, the organization endeavors to provide a safe, healthy and caring environment that seeks to sustain children and families by fostering self-esteem, respect for the community, a sense of purpose and life skills needed to achieve their highest potential. The Board of Child Care provides quality child care services for children, ages 6 weeks to 5 years, at the Early Learning Program in the District of Columbia. Our dedicated staff are compassionate and professional, providing attentive care and lifetime learning experiences for your child. LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT Our Center uses the Creative Curriculum Gold– which encompasses the Core curriculum and ensures our children are ready for the public school system and are meeting targeted benchmarks. Our classrooms are spacious and well lit, and children are in age appropriate groupings, allowing us to individualize when needed to meet the needs of the whole child Activities include story reading, dance, music, block and puzzle play, dramatic play, arts and crafts, computer time, water play, introduction to academics, pre-reading, science, math, social studies, field trips and outdoor play. Parents are invited to participate in activities any time of the day. SAFETY AND SECURITY Safety comes first at the Board of Child Care. Controlled access and security cameras are in place throughout the building. Webcams allow parents to watch their children remotely. Our indoor playroom and rooftop playground are spacious and safe. MEALS A nutritious breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack are included in the monthly tuition. The food is catered and approved by the United States Department of Agriculture. There is a $25 fee to be added to our waitlist.

Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church

About our Programs The purpose of Andrew Chapel UMC Preschool... (Preschool) and Mother’s Day Out (MDO) is to provide a Christian atmosphere in which the whole child can grow. The goals of the program are to strengthen self-esteem, help children develop listening skills and ways of interacting with peers, and to teach children how to follow directions while functioning in a group. Above all, children are taught to treat others with kindness and respect. The classroom provides an environment where children find it acceptable to express themselves. The classroom and schedule are designed to recognize individuality, helping children build a positive attitude toward school and themselves. A comfortable routine is established to promote cooperation between teachers and children. Independence is encouraged by giving children age-appropriate responsibility for their personal needs. Cleaning up, caring for toys and materials, and completing classroom tasks further fosters independence, responsibility, respect, and cooperation. The program integrates activities that cultivate skills in all developmental areas – gross motor, fine motor, language, social-emotional, and cognitive – while also encouraging imagination. Music, P.E., and Art are a regular part of the Preschool curriculum. Preschool The Preschool program provides a varied curriculum, including music, art, physical education, math, and science experiences for children 3 to 5 years of age. Children can attend from three to five days a week. Classes for the three year-olds focus on promoting growth in the developmental areas – social, emotional, fine motor, gross motor, cognitive, and language – through hands-on learning experiences in a structured classroom setting. Classes for four and five year-olds have an alphabet-based curriculum and focus on pre-reading, pre-writing, and kindergarten-readiness skills. Hours 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Nursery (Infant through 2 yrs.) Room 104 A loving, caring environment for infants and toddlers while the parents participate in worship services, and adult Sunday School classes. Children's Church (Ages 3 - 2nd grade) Children meet at the altar & follow the teacher to Room 146 During 11:00 church service and prior to the sermon, all the children are called up to the altar area for a short Christian lesson. The lessons are story form, question/answer, puppets or props to make the story or lessons understandable for younger children. The children follow the teacher out of the sanctuary to their classroom for further Bible stories, lessons, and crafts. The parents pick up their children from this room after services. Room 146 is the second door from the left as you exit the sanctuary. Preschool (Ages 3 - 4) Room 102 Rock Solid: This class uses Bible Storybooks which are designed for non-readers to help them explore the Bible stories through movement, crafts, games and sensory activities. Younger Elementary - (Kindergarten - Grade 3) Room 107 Rock Solid: This class encourages children to exercise their growing skills with an interactive storybook, which is developed for early readers to learn through play acting, crafts and games. Also covered is how to relate the Bible lessons to life on the school playground, and with friends and family. Older Elementary - (Grades 4-6) Room 148 Rock Solid: This class captures the attention of tweens and appeals to older children who are anxious to become youth. Tween resources build excitement with meaningful lessons. An emphasis is made on understanding and accepting that God loves us exactly as we are. From that, we build on becoming all that God created us to be. Students learn to use Bible dictionaries and concordances to expand their knowledge and strengthen their advanced Bible skills. They also explore life issues from a Christian perspective.

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