SAFETY AND SECURITY

Your child’s safety is a top priority at Bambi Child Care. The doors to our facility remain locked throughout the day.  Children must be signed in and out upon arrival and departure.  Children may be released only to those persons authorized in writing by the parent/guardian.  Identification will be required when someone other than the parent or guardian will be picking up your child.

Video and Audio surveillance cameras are located throughout the Facility in order to increase the safety and security of all children.

Arrival and departure

Please escort your child into the building and sign your child in.At pick up time, please direct yourself to the appropriate staff member and make your presence known. You may then sign your child out.Please be in control of your child during drop off and pick up times . No one other than the parents or authorized persons will be permitted to pick up your child without prior arrangement. The provider must be notified in advance and have written authorization (Alternate pick-up form-you can print it from website).Identification will be required when releasing a child to anyone other than the known parent/guardian.

Food

Each day we provide Breakfast and Healthy Snack. Parents provide lunch for every day. For infants: formula and baby food supplied by parents. If your child has food allergies and/or is on a restricted diet, please inform the Bambi’s staff accordingly.  If your child would prefer, you may send an alternate or additional snack from home.

Nap/rest time

All children will be offered a nap/rest period (Check the Daily Schedule)  No child is required to sleep during this time, but all children must remain quite.  In order to be considerate to all children, please do not drop off or pick up children during the nap time (except special occasion- doctor’s appointment, grandparent visits and etc.

Learning and Fun

We know that all children learn through play, that is why the children receive lots of both free play and structured-play, and also they enjoy the group and individual activities throughout each day. Also we are planning indoor and outdoor activities every day (check the Daily Schedule).Our curriculum is based on different themes implemented every month. Circle time allows for all the children to learn their days of the week, months, weather, seasons, colors, shapes, and reiterate our theme’s activities.

Indoor activities include

books, circle time, story time, Legos, music and dancing, singing,drawing,painting,coloring,art projects, Play Dough , choice time (playing with kitchen and food, Dress up, Mr. Potato Head, dolls, animals, cars, trucks, trains, puzzles, flash cards, and  etc.) and much more.

Outdoor activities include

running, climbing, sliding, jumping, balls, water balls, tunnels, play games , painting, water table, racing, ride-on toys,  exploring nature / weather, neighborhood walk and etc.

For ages 24 month and younger

throughout each day we practice  on large  and small motor skills by reaching, grasping, rolling, sitting, crawling, standing, walking, climbing, throwing, catching, kicking, cooing, and talking, which ever developmental stage  your child to be in. Infants and young toddlers learn through play, where we are using flash cards, books, numbers, shapes, colors, the alphabet, blocks, age-appropriate toys, music and much more.

For ages two through five

This Preschool and Pre-K program is full of entertaining and educational activities  where kids enjoy art and craft projects, games, songs, finger play, storytelling, science, shapes, numbers, colors, alphabet, and much more through various monthly themes. The classwork and homework for the preschoolers and for the Pre-K group is based on the monthly theme, learning to identify letters and their sounds, as well as, numbers and their values. All projects will be taken home to share with family and friends.

We know that children learn BEST by “doing”, that is why we are keeping them busy and happy!

Toilet Training

Toilet training is based on each child individuality.

 Generally, children who are ready for training should be:

☺  Dry between diapers changes, dry at naps, dry at night

☺ Capable of lowering and raising their pants

 ☺ Be able to express the need “to go” to the bathroom

 ☺ Exhibit control of their bladders and bowels.

 When your child is successfully trained at home, based on the criteria listed above with only occasional “accidents”, then your child is ready to train at childcare.

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