Part-time Daycares in Ellicott City MD

Part-time Daycares in Ellicott City MD

Recent Reviews in Ellicott City 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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Children's Manor Montessori School And Day Care

"I am so glad I chose Children’s Manor Montessori School in Columbia, MD for my 3-year-old daughter. She has been attending the school for about 8 months now. Prior to that, my mother-in-law took care..."

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Other Part-time Daycares Near Ellicott City MD

Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Our Lady of Perpetual Help School (OLPH) has been educating children in Howard County since 1879. OLPH School is a Pre-K through 8, Catholic... Elementary School of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, and as such presents a Catholic Christian value-based curriculum, in accordance with Baltimore Archdiocesan guidelines. OLPH School is a single track school, Pre-K - 8th grade. OLPH School hours are 9:05 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. OLPH School has 230 students from 157 families. OLPH School has a staff of 30. OLPH School offers Spanish language instruction to students K - 8th grades. OLPH School maintains both a Reading Specialist and Guidance Counselor on staff. OLPH School's Pre-K Teacher to Student ratio is 1:10. OLPH School's K-8th grade Teacher to Student ratio is 1:15. OLPH School maintains over 160 computers on its campus. OLPH School emphasizes STEM education and has partnered with UMBC to study renewable wind energy. OLPH School received a 50K grant from Constellation Energy in support of STEM education. OLPH School is a home of a Weather Bug. OLPH School utilizes the Stanford 10 Achievement Test. Test Scores OLPH School graduates enjoy a 99\% placement in their "first choice" Catholic or Private high school. OLPH School offers financial aid. OLPH School offers bus service, semi annual field trips, daily hot lunch and Before and After School Care. OLPH School is the Home of the Marian Program, an in-school academic program that provides services for children with learning differences. OLPH School students enjoy classroom space on a campus consisting of three buildings, including a full-size gymnasium. athletic fields and a playground. OLPH School offers a wide variety of after school activities including basketball, drama, fine arts, scouting and chess club just to name a few.

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.

Oakland Mills Nursery School

Oakland Mills Nursery, Inc., (OMNS) was established in 1970, is a non-profit, cooperative nursery school. The mission of OMNS in partnership with... teachers and members, is to ensure a safe, fun, and educationally enriched environment that successfully introduces young children to school. OMNS welcomes a diverse community of members and celebrates cultural diversity in the classroom. We strive to create and maintain a supportive and nurturing environment for all families. OMNS Philosophy: The OMNS philosophy affirms the individual learning styles of each child. The spirit of play is present in all activities to promote the social, physical, intellectual and emotional development of the children. Our individually developed and MSDE approved curriculum is focused on kindergarten readiness through the discovery approach and learning through play philosophy. The OMNS curriculum provides thematically based developmentally appropriate activities to foster a love of learning and growth in all domains of learning. While the majority of the school day is devoted to child-directed exploration, it is balanced by structured small and large group activities. A wide variety of toys, games, books, music, and art supplies enhance the learning process; build thinking skills and stimulate a child’s imagination. All aspects of the OMNS program incorporate research based best practices, and are aligned with MSDE early childhood standards. We are committed to on-going program evaluation and improvement. Using yearly school-wide surveys and the MSDE accreditation self-evaluation instrument, we continuously strive to improve our program. (Accredited since December 2010) OMNS supports and requires on-going professional development for our teachers. A quality program depends on a high level of continued professional training. Teachers attend classes and conferences to improve their teaching skills and knowledge. OMNS promotes and builds relationships with families, community agencies and resources. By partnering with our broader community, we strengthen our program and better support our members.

Teaching, Learning and Caring Since 1994

The curriculum is a combination of MSDE Approved, The Creative Curriculum for Family Child Care along with INNOVATIONS; The Comprehensive Infant and... The Comprehensive Toddler Curriculum. Also The Learning Through Play; A Practical Guide for Teaching Young Children. Lesson plans for ages 2-5yr olds in the following areas: Language, Blocks, Problem Solving, Science, Art, Music & Movement, (Sand, Water, Clay & Wood), Cooking, Dramatic Play & Math are all implemented in the program. Although all of these elements are part of the program, Magda Gerber; RIE, has a strong influence in respectfully honoring the educational process here at Teaching, Learning, Caring. Teaching, Learning, Caring is a licensed family child care home with a center type of set up complete with an Infant Safety Play Zone. Family childcare allows more flexibility to serve each child's needs and interests. We follow and focus on the child's interest as well as having structured and planned experiences to learn from. This all takes place in a single family home with a fenced. Similar to what naturally takes place in a family; with a variety of age groups; one can learn important life skills and develop compassion and other life skills from each other as well. This is the best choice for your infant and child. Naturally! Laurie Alcock, Director/Owner and Educarer has been a licensed "Quality Child Care" provider since 1994. Her program has been awarded numerous times in Health, Safety and Nurturing at Teaching, Learning, Caring which serves the children of Howard County. Awarded by 3 Howard County Executives; Allan Kittleman, Ken Ulman and James Robey, Laurie Alcock was inducted into the Shining Stars in 2008 and continues to be honored, currently through 2015 for her ongoing dedication, outstanding contributions and for being a committed professional. Laurie Alcock, has a BFA and is Certified in Child Care. She continues her studies through course work and on going trainings to keep current in her field. She is a Member of HCFCCA, MSFCCA and NAEYC. Currently, serving as a Board Member to the HCFCCA as Director of Mentoring. Laurie Alcock's teaching experience is vast, from being in her current position since 1994, as well as the following from her previous experiences: Kindergarden Art Instructor for Baltimore City Public School Participant and Substitute in the M.I.N.D Project. A researched based early childcare program funded by Head Start in conjunction with the University of Maryland's, the Model for Integrated Neuronal Development. Serving 2,3 & 4yr olds. Educational Toy Representative and Leader Childcare Provider for Pediatricians Family Adjunct Professor teaching Art to the senior population.

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