Spanish Daycares in Washington Navy Yard DC

Spanish Daycares in Washington Navy Yard DC

Bre Bre's Child Development Home
Bre Bre's Child Development Home is a established and certified child care serving the local Capitol Hill area community. BBCDH offers an upscale full-time and part-time childcare services for infants and toddlers from three months to five years of age. BBCDH is an infant and toddler home day care with an emphasis on infant/toddler care. We are focused on providing excellent service with the highest levels of parent satisfaction. The director, teachers, and teacher assistants provide the key fulfillment and delivery of services. The real core value is the professional strength and industry expertise of the founder, staff experience, certifications, education, and hard work (in that order). BBCDH turns to qualified professionals for freelance back up in tutoring and educational support, which will enhance the core values provided to the children. BBCDH uses age sensitive curricula to engage in the educational pursuits of its children. We will do everything we can to meet your expectations. We're sure you'll be happy with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments, questions or would like to schedule a tour, please feel free to contact us.

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Arlington Heights Little Children's Place

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Inoka Oodugama Family Child Care

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Other Spanish Daycares Near Washington Navy Yard DC

US Kids Child Development Center

U.S. Kids is an independent child development center for children ages three months to five years. For over 20 years, U.S. Kids staff have been... committed to and focused on providing the highest quality of care and a positive environment for children. U.S. Kids is a secure and happy place for both children and their parents. Our goal is to meet the developmental, emotional, social, physical and intellectual needs of children. The Center respects and accommodates the developmental stages of all children and promotes positive self-image. At U.S. Kids, we appreciate children, their diversity, their challenges, and their successes. The primary purpose of U.S. Kids is to provide for the care, development and education of the children of employees of the U.S. Government agencies that sponsor the Center: the Executive Office of the President, the Export-Import Bank of the United States, the Department of the Treasury, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the Department of Justice. Although U.S. Kids gives priority to families from these sponsoring agencies, other children may be enrolled if space is available, with priority given to children of other employees of the United States Government. Contact us to schedule a tour and discover for yourself all U.S. Kids has to offer.

Maria Teresa's Babies Early Enrichment Center and Daycare

Our Mission: At Maria Teresa’s Babies Early Enrichment Center/Daycare, our mission is to provide a safe, nurturing, and educational environment for... pre-school children. Our goal is to create a home away from home so that children have a nurturing place to grow emotionally and intellectually. We strive in giving parents peace of mind so that they will have no worries about the safety of their children while they are at work. Our promise is to conscientiously attend to the needs of all the children in our care. Our History: Hello, my name is Maria Teresa. I ran a home daycare center since 1989 before I opened this Center in 2009. I did this so I could offer the same nurturing environment of a home to more children. I did not want to open the Center in a commercial building because I wanted to keep the warmth of a family home. There were many challenges in converting a residential home into a state of the art Center. Bringing the building up to the strictest codes while keeping the warmth of a family home was difficult, but extremely rewarding once the project was complete. When I see the children enjoying the space, I know that I accomplished this goal. Now, I can use my decades of experience and knowledge to train my staff in providing a true home away from home for all children in our care and to nurture habits of healthy eating and physical activity that will last them a lifetime. Moreover, with our unique curriculum of hands-on learning, Spanish immersion, and enrichment projects, the children in our care flourish and thrive making them very well prepared to be successful in school. Our center is state of the art in safety, education, and physical activity. Our lead teacher’s are college educated in the early education or related field plus experience in the field. Our philosophy in early education also takes into account physical activity, “healthy mind-healthy body.” In addition to using proven early education techniques and a Spanish immersion program, we introduce children to mini-sports such as mini-golf, mini-tennis, mini-soccer, and other sports so that they may be physically active from an early age. About Us: All the teachers and assistants are specially trained in our Healthy-mind/Healthy-body philosophy and our unique curriculum with Spanish immersion that all children participate in, including infants. Because we are an enrichment center, we have different projects throughout the year like monthly art appreciation (study a particular artist and their painting for one month), monthly sports camps like mini-soccer, basketball, baseball, hockey, golf, etc. In addition, we have music lessons, yoga classes, and dramatic play. We also have children plant a vegetable garden every spring and we incorporate nutrition in some of the lessons plans. For example, children have basic kitchen lessons like making their own sandwiches, shucking corn, or learning how to make home-made tortillas. We provide home-made breakfast, lunch and a pm snack with fresh ingredients including plenty of fruits and vegetables (from our garden during the summer). These are just a few examples of the projects we do throughout the year.

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