At Little Faces Childcare, we believe education transforms lives. That’s why we invite you to review the information below and start the admissions process with us today. Don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.
In our infant room, we provide a nurturing environment for your children to explore and grow. There are age appropriate materials and secure, open spaces available for them to play and socialize. Toys are sanitized daily. Each child has a designated crib and a cubby. Baby food and snacks are provided. Our infant teacher works with the children every day to promote their gross and fine motor skills through various activities. Safety is our highest priority for your children. At LFCC, we work to accommodate the needs of every infant. Logs are recorded daily for parents to review.
In our toddler room, playing is a child's everyday job! Following the Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers, & Twos, our toddlers follow a responsive, daily routine that creates meaningful learning experiences through play. Throughout the day, they are scaffolded by staff as they begin to learn a sense of autonomy when completing different tasks.
At LFCC, we implement Teaching Strategies’ Creative Curriculum. This supports our belief in the whole child approach to education because it focuses on developing children’s math, literacy, emotional, physical, and cognitive skills. It is one of the most widely used curricula in the nation because it is research-based and research-proven; giving your children a high-quality learning environment where they can learn through play, exploration, and discovery!
Our school age program caters towards children participating in both remote and hybrid learning. Limited school supplies is available for them to utilize, as well as games and gym space. We offer a tutoring program here for children participating in both remote and hybrid learning. Making sure they succeed is our priority! Check out our Virtual Learning Program here! Aftercare is also provided to those who opt for it. Different snacks and activities will be organized daily.
Lunch is encouraged to be brought from home, each day.
Two snacks will be provided by the childcare daily, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
Early Learning Resource Center (E.L.R.C)
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