Part-time Daycares in Waldorf MD

Recent Reviews for Part-time Daycares in Waldorf MD
Little Cherubs Christian Daycare, Waldorf
"Carolyn has cared for both of my little boys (the first starting at age 1.5 and the second as an infant). Her gentle spirit, faith and genuine love of children is evident, and" Read More
God's Little Busy Bees, Accokeek
"I'm so blessed to have finally found a provider that has a true passion for the well-being of kids. The attention and care Mrs. Rita gives my son is not like any other daycare" Read More
OtherĀ Part-time Daycares near Waldorf MD
Frequently Asked Questions
How many part-time daycares and preschools are there in Waldorf?
There are 176 part-time daycares and preschools in Waldorf, based on CareLuLu data. This includes 141 home-based programs and 35 centers.
How much does daycare cost in Waldorf?
The cost of daycare in Waldorf is $1,529 per month. This is the average price for full-time, based on CareLuLu data, including homes and centers.
How many part-time daycares and preschools accept infants in Waldorf?
Based on CareLuLu data, 135 part-time daycares and preschools care for infants (as well as toddlers). This includes 123 home-based programs and 12 centers.
How many part-time daycares and preschools teach a foreign language in Waldorf (Spanish, French, Chinese, etc.)?
Based on CareLuLu data, 12 part-time daycares and preschools speak at least one foreign language. Most common languages include Spanish, French, Chinese, German and Japanese.
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