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What We're All About

Posted on May 19, 2019 at 2:30 PM

Our Christian daycare promotes developmental learning through age appropriate play, sharing and conversation time, story time, singing, dancing, marching and walking games, finger plays and creative art.  We believe that early childhood should be a time of fun, warmth, security, exploring and discovery. Circle of Love Daycare will nurture and encourage these qualities.

Integral to Circle of Love Daycare's philosophy is the belief that parents are the primary educators of their children. It is our function to support and facilitate the parent/child relationship because parents are the "expert" when it comes to knowing their own child.  Circle of Love Daycare functions best when we understand a parent's perceptions, feelings, and observations about their own children. It is critical that we form a partnership to best help your child develop through his/her early years.

It's a Partnership

Posted on July 20, 2017 at 8:00 PM

Welcome... I understand the level of trust needed when enrolling your child in a Daycare Facility. That is why I commit myself to do my very best to provide your child with a loving, secure, comfortable and happy environment. I strive to create a comfortable place where your child will thrive and grow and be all he/she can be.  

I pledge to offer your child  heaping doses of encouragement, patience, and understanding in an atmosphere that emphasizes learning through play and love. I pledge to give your child daily opportunities to explore and learn about the world through multiple daily sensory experiences. I promise to value the uniqueness of your child and to strive to reinforce and complement your child's home and family life.

Most of all, I desire to be partners with you in the care of your child. I welcome your comments, concerns and questions. I invite you to share your child's early experiences by visiting and observing your child and by participating in daily activities whenever possible.

ASL and Sign language for ages 0-3yr

Posted on August 3, 2016 at 8:00 PM

I'm really excited to share that we have incorporated sign language into our daily activities.  This program starts with the infants and runs through age 3 but doesn't exclude any newly enrolled child over 3.  The program we are using can be reviewed at http://www.signingtime.com/  I will update you as to what signs we are working on and I will also be sharing a link with you so you can see each sign done on a 1 minute video.  Don't worry, we'll all be signing before you know it!