Part-time Daycares in Olney MD

Part-time Daycares in Olney MD

Olney Oaks Educational Playhouse
Hi parents! Thanks for your interest in Olney Oaks Educational Playhouse, our Montessori-inspired home daycare and preschool in Olney, MD. We’re located in the Olney Oaks neighborhood, off Bowie Mill Rd and Olney Laytonsville Rd (a few minutes from Georgia Ave, route 97). About Us I’m the owner and lead teacher and I have almost 2 decades of child care and early childhood education experience. Before opening my own daycare, I worked as a Montessori teacher for another licensed facility (I am trained by the Association Montessori Internationale). I’m CPR & First-aid certified, as well as MAT trained so if needed, I can administer medication to all kids attending my program. My staff and I always strive to create a nurturing, comfortable, and safe environment where every child can develop their fullest potential. Curriculum We run a Montessori-inspired child care and preschool program. Our curriculum encourages children to explore, teaches them to be responsible, and helps them develop their socio-emotional, cognitive, physical, and intellectual skills. We also promote natural love for learning and prepare them for kindergarten. We teach them different subjects such as Math, Science, Music & Arts, Practical Life, Sensorial, and Language. In addition to English, we can teach your little one the Sinhalese language (however, please note that our daycare is not a bilingual program). Children will surely enjoy their time while learning since we have lots of fun, educational activities and age-appropriate toys for them. Program Olney Oaks Educational Playhouse is open year-round from Monday through Friday between 6:30 am and 6:00 pm. We offer full-time and part-time care for infants, as well as toddlers and preschoolers up to 5 years old. We also can also accommodate drop-in care for your occasional child care needs. Peanut and tree-nut free meals are served to all enrolled children (lunch and snacks are both included in the tuition). Thanks for visiting our profile :) Please send us an email or call to book a tour, we’re excited to meet your family in person.
Oakdale Montessori Daycare
Hi parents, welcome to Oakdale Montessori Daycare, my licensed family child care program in Olney. I’m the owner as well as the lead teacher and caregiver. I’m a mother of 2 children myself and I have 22 years of child care experience! I also have a background in teaching (Associates’ degree in Education) and I am also CPR and first-aid certified. I provide child care and early education for babies starting at 2 months old and for toddlers and preschoolers up to 5 years old. However, I will provide more than just daycare: as a Montessori-inspired home daycare, my little students will also have many opportunities to be academically stimulated. I can offer flexible options to accommodate working families. I provide both full-time and part-time daycare, as well as drop-in care. My daycare hours are from 6:30 am to 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Oakdale Montessori Daycare is in the Oakdale neighborhood, near the Oakdale Church and Olney Manor Recreational Park in Olney, MD. My home is conveniently located right off Georgia Ave, a few minutes away from the Intercounty Connector (route 200). Please call or send a message through CareLuLu to schedule a visit of my daycare. I look forward to meeting your little one :)

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English Manor Educational Childcare

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Other Part-time Daycares Near Olney MD

St. John's Episcopal Preschool

Welcome to St. John's Episcopal School’s website. Whether you are a St. John’s student, parent, graduate, teacher, or visitor, our website will give... you a sense of who we are, what is happening around the school, and our mission. Founded in 1961 as an outreach of St. John's Episcopal Church, we are celebrating the 53rd year of St. John’s Episcopal School’s commitment “to graduate students of character and faith,” while offering a rigorous academic curriculum with a focus on character education. Affirming our religious heritage, we reach out to people of all faiths and backgrounds. I invite you to browse the website, learn more about our academic program, the arts and athletics, our global perspective, and our community of faith. Centered around a rich, research-based curriculum, St. John's is a traditional school with many strengths and offerings. In the long-established Episcopal tradition of education, "Students are encouraged to fulfill their unique potential through intellectual, moral, and spiritual challenge." From the very youngest students to our eighth-graders, we prepare each child for a successful future in high school and in life. From communication to mathematics, from our school community to our role in the global community, from technology to character education, a St. John’s education is focused on preparing our students for whatever the future might bring. Our youngest students learn aspects of Six Traits Writing which is cultivated and expanded upon in later years. Our oldest students apply themselves to earn spots on our service-learning trips and/or the middle school Model United Nations' experience in New York City or Washington, D.C. Character and faith continue to be idealistic pillars of the school. The H.E.R.O.E.S.™ Character Education Program gives common language and organizational structure to character development, while our Traits for Success provides guidance and instruction. Throughout, our child-centered program encourages our students to be active participants in their own education and offers leadership opportunities. The best way to get to know St. John’s Episcopal School is to experience it in person. Our students, parents, graduates, and our faculty and administration, all know that the atmosphere and spirit of St. John’s comes alive in the relationships and interactions that occur in the classrooms, the gymnasium, on the athletic fields and throughout the campus. I hope that you will visit St. John’s, learn about our educational programs, and experience the warmth and faithfulness of our community. Most sincerely, Thomas R. Stevens Head of School

Early Childhood School At B'nai Shalom of Olney

The curriculum at The Early Childhood School is designed to be developmentally appropriate for each group of children, with particular emphasis on... meeting the individual needs and interests of each child. We strive to create an atmosphere where learning experiences will occur and where children take an active part in the learning process. Our classrooms are arranged to maximize children's play, thinking, reasoning and problem-solving skills. Our curriculum includes a literacy circle, music, art, puzzles and games, small and large muscle activities, field trips and shows, cooking, science and nature. To give the children the foundation they need to be successful in elementary school, our curriculum includes kindergarten readiness skills. Pre-academics will include exposure to colors, shapes, numbers, letters, and basic phonemic awareness skills. Our teachers use the Montgomery County Indicators of Learning as a guide for their planning. It is our goal that our students will be ready for kindergarten from the foundation of learning they receive at the ECS. Our program is play based and presents cognitive learning with developmentally appropriate materials and strategies in classrooms that meet children's interests and needs. It is our desire to provide a warm, loving Jewish environment where each child feels secure and happy and where learning is meaningful and fun. All children are welcome. We offer both full time and part time programs, 3-5 days a week. Enrichment classes are offered each afternoon and include science, yoga, cooking, literacy, Hebrew, soccer, martial arts, and more!

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