Best Protestant Daycares in Suitland MD

Protestant Daycares in Suitland MD

First Rock Baptist Church Child Development Center
Minister Anthony L. Minter first attended the First Rock Baptist Church at the age of nine. At the age of twelve, he received Jesus Christ into his life. He was baptized by the founding pastor of First Rock, the late Reverend Joseph W. King, Sr. Since joining the church Minister Minter has been consistent in attendance and steadfast in ministry. He has served our church faithfully as a Junior Deacon, Sunday School teacher, Bible Study teacher, and sang in numerous choirs. Minister Minter’s heart is to teach God’s word and proclaim it’s applicability to the Christians’ everyday life. Likewise, he seeks to make known to unbelievers that Christ is the only way to eternal life. In 1980, Minister Minter was licensed to preach the Gospel by Pastor King. In January 1999, he was ordained by First Rock’s second pastor, Minister Richard C. Corbin, Sr. Shortly after his ordination, on January 29th, the church membership overwhelmingly voted for him to serve as Assistant Pastor. After attending Howard University, Minister Minter was employed by Giant Food. In March of 1999, he retired with 21 years of service to become the full-time Assistant Pastor for First Rock Baptist Church. On October 23, 2004, Minister Minter celebrated his installation as Pastor of First Rock Baptist Church. He is married to the former Wanda J. Marable. From this union God has blessed them with 3 children, Vashti, Christina, and Anthony, and 1 granddaughter, Aidyn.

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Good News Learning Center

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Brenda Webb Family Child Care

"I have left my daughter with Brenda Webb since she was 4 months old, and she is now 4. Obviously I would not keep her there if she was not happy, but Ms. Webb really cares for the children she looks..."

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Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church Shining Stars

The history of Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church is one... rooted in faith. Since moving from the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC to Fort Washington, Maryland in 1983, the church has taken many steps of faith, and God has blessed it exceedingly and abundantly. It is a tremendous story of hope. Some people call it “The Miracle on Allentown Road.” The Association of African Methodist Episcopal Scouts (AAMES) is a denominational Scouts Association recognized by the Boy Scouts of America and Girl Scouts United States of America. Scouting is one of the ministries of Christian Education in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Membership is comprised of individuals and AME congregations who support AAMES goals. Children’s Bible Study is an interactive praise service with teaching, praise and crafts for children beginning at age four. Children come together weekly to lead in prayer, learn about worship and study the word of God. The worship service includes “Praise Breaks” during which the children go “berserk” for God; games including “Bible Holy Man,” a spin on the traditional Hangman game; an Offering Time, during which children give talent and financial offerings, ranging from five cents to five flips; and, of course, a bathroom break. Following the interactive lesson during which children pretend to be Bible characters and engage props and costumes in bringing the Bible to life, each child participates in a craft project. On Friday nights, children are trained in the way they should go so that they will have a firm foundation and will not depart from the Lord when trials and questions arise in their lives. The Bible Study group takes periodic field trips on Friday evenings and Saturday afternoons for children at 4 to 11. Cubs Scouts are from the age of 1st to 5th grade. Boy Scouts are from 5th grade and must complete prior to the age of 18 The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. For over a century, the BSA has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The Boy Scouts of America believes — and, through over a century of experience, knows — that helping youth is a key to building a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society. Meetings are located at Friendly High School 1st and 3rd Friday's from September until May at 7pm. (Website: Boy Scouts Only)

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.

Tabernacle Baptist Church CDC

Tabernacle Child Development Center provides' children with a caring.... Safe and secure environment that utilizes a child development centered curriculum. This type of curriculum is based on the emotional, physical, social and cognitive needs of the individual child. The developmental needs of the child are used to determine appropriate activities carried out with that child. Because children grow and develop at different rates, this approach offers them the opportunity to explore each area of development at their own pace. The Staff of the Center creates an atmosphere of support and affection as well as provides the materials, equipment and experience required to optimize the experiences of each child. They also serve as examples to the children, since children learn as much by observing others as they do by direction instruction. The teaching staff acts as facilitators rather than the directors of activities. The environment is carefully planned based on an assessment of the children's skills. Planning is most obvious by the presence of "interest centers" in every classroom. These centers include are, dramatic play, manipulative or small motor skills, gross motor play or block, sand, water, books listening, etc. Teachers make available a wide variety of activities in each "interest center." Children are encouraged to explore all interest centers. Teachers provide an external structure for the day and provide the children time to work in the centers. Their explorations of the environment are usually self-initiated. Because of the variety of materials, children can learn several different skills in each center. Children's creativity is enhanced by the open-endedness of the learning material. A sense of responsibility and powerfulness is also promoted by allowing children to choose their own activities.

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