Weekend Daycare Near Me

About Weekend Daycare Near Me
Daycares open on weekends are not as easy to find as daycares with regular weekday hours, but they can be a fantastic resource for many families. If one or both parents work on the weekend, or if a stay-at-home parent needs some time to run errands or relax for a few hours, weekend daycare is a great option. Some parents might also want give their children access to the social or pre-academic environment that a daycare center can provide, but can only afford one or two days a week. Whatever the reason, a babysitter might not always be as good as weekend child care centers. Weekend child care can come in various shapes and sizes, from smaller home-based daycares to larger child care centers open on weekends. However, because it is less common than full-time daycare or weekday part-time daycare, parents may not always have many options to choose from. For parents who only need a few hours of child care on Saturday or Sunday, another option to consider would be drop in daycare. Typically, programming will mimic what happens on weekdays, but it's possible that a less structured schedule or additional extracurricular activities will be offered on weekends. Child care providers offering weekend child care services usually have the same...
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Recent Reviews for Weekend Daycare
Potomac Lakes Children's Place, Sterling
"We absolutely love the owner and her daycare and team. Our little girl is always happy there and it's a happy calm, but fun, environment. The space is big and there is a big back" Read More
Frequently Asked Questions
How many daycares and preschools are there in the US?
There are over 200,00 licensed daycare and preschool programs on CareLuLu. In the US, there are over 800,000 child care businesses but most are not licensed.
How much does daycare cost in the US?
The average cost of daycare in the US is $9,649/year. The lowest price is $2,813/year (home daycare in Mississippi) and the most expensive is $23,666/year (child care center in Washington DC).
How many daycares offer infant care in the US?
Based on CareLuLu data, 60% to 70% of daycares offer infant care. This includes licensed home daycares and child care centers.
How many daycares and preschools offer part-time or drop-in care in the US?
Based on CareLuLu data, 40% of daycares offer part-time care or drop-in. This includes home-based and center-based child care and preschool programs.
How many daycares and preschools teach a foreign language in the US?
Based on CareLuLu data, 30% of daycares teach a foreign language. Most common languages include Spanish, French, Arabic, Hindi / Urdu, Korean.