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Heritage Learning Center

4922 LaSalle Road, Hyattsville, MD

Starting at $235/wk

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Heritage Learning Center is a non-profit child development program licensed by the Maryland State Department of Education. Our center adheres to all state and federal laws, and is regulated by the Maryland Office of Child Care.
The center can accommodate 50 children and accepts all children aged 6 weeks to four years. Heritage Learning Center is bilingual; Spanish and English. Heritage Learning Center implements the Frog Street Curriculum for toddlers and preschoolers. All Frog Street Learning Curriculum programs include integrated learning objective to individual lessons and track progression of skills.
Aligned with state and national standards, the learning objectives integrate domains of learning to effectively meet a full range of outcomes.
Heritage Learning Center accepts children with individualized learning and behavioral needs as well as physical disabilities for full time services and child care; Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech and Language Therapy. Our center is a Maryland Excels Level 3 center and we accept Maryland childcare vouchers.
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Reviewed by Jaynina W 5/5 stars
We LOVE our HLC family. This center has been a great fit for our daughter. She is always excited to see Ms. Marielos in the morning and never wants to leave! Unfortunately we missed a few months when COVID first took hold and we started to notice a difference as our daughter was not talking and communicating as much. We are so happy to be back. We can't say enough great things about HLC.
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Happy Home Early Learning Center LLC

7009 Glenn Dale Rd, Glenn Dale, MD

Starting at $250/wk

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Happy Home Early Learning Center (HHELC) is Montessori Inspired educational facility.

Our goal is to provide a safe and developmentally appropriate learning environment for all children in our care.

We are dedicated to guiding children develop physical, emotional, social and intellectual skills. We believe that these skills, when learned early, will prepare a child in the path of discovering their full potential and becoming productive citizens.

At HHElC, we encourage children to be independent, responsible, critical thinkers and problem solvers and we work in partnership with parents and families to achieve these goals.

The staff at Happy Home Early Learning Center consists of a Directress with a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, a Bachelor's Degree in Education, Pre/Kindergarten Montessori Teaching Diploma, Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Senior Staff Certification in Early Childhood Curriculum and Child Development. The staff also has an extensive experience in Early Childhood Education Programs, trained in First Aid and CPR and over 23 years of teaching kids.

We accept infants to 5 years.
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Reviewed by Jessica O 5/5 stars
HHELC is an amazing learning center you can trust for excellence and quality. Our family has had a wonderful experience here and would recommend them any day to anyone who is out there in search for quality learning skills/materials for their kids. The teachers and staff are warm, loving and dedicated to the well being of the kids. Thank you Ms. Otumfuo and the team for the great work you doing.

FAQs for finding child care in Greenbelt

How much does it cost to hire a child care provider in Greenbelt, MD?
Hiring someone on Care.com to provide child care services will cost an average of $15.25 per hour as of September 2020. This rate may vary depending on the experience each child care provider has, how many kids you will need them to watch, the age of your children, and whether you need part-time or full-time child care.
How can I find child care help near me?
Care.com currently has 48 child care providers Greenbelt, MD. You can search for caregivers by their distance from Greenbelt and by hourly pay rate. Then you can compare their experience, specific services they offer and what age groups of kids they specialize in caring for. You can also read reviews from other families in Greenbelt that have worked with the child care providers you're interested in.
What interview questions should I ask a child care provider?
You want to find a child care provider that will get along with your kids, but also follows many of the same parenting ideas you have. Structure your questions around how your kids behave in certain situations and what the provider thinks is the best action to take. And because there are plenty of activities to do in Greenbelt, you should ask questions about the fun things each child care provider would do to keep your kids happy and entertained. Finally, ask each provider about their past child care experience, references from other families in Greenbelt and if they are certified in first aid and CPR.