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Erica's Licensed Home Daycare

1218 Brookfield Dr, Plainfield, IL

Costimate: $206/wk

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I have a DCFS licensed daycare that provides a quality, professional and safe environment for your little one. I participate in the federal food program to ensure proper nutrition for your child. I am licensed to watch children from age 6 weeks to 12 years. My husband and I are background checked and finger printed as well as CPR, First-Aid and AED trained for the safety of your children. I have a fully fenced in backyard with plenty of toys, jungle gyms and much more. We have a park close by that we frequent and also explore nature by watching birds and talking about flowers and trees. We prepare for preschool and kindergarten by introducing and reviewing: shapes, numbers, letters and colors daily. We work on fine and gross motor skills with crafts and projects and also practice life skills such as tying shoe laces, zippering a jacket, buttoning a coat and much more. I feel that it is important to provide each child with individualized care and treat them as if they are my own. I have worked in a daycare center before, taught Religious education and have experience as a nanny. In total, I have over 20 years working with children and love working with little ones:) I am located in Riverbrook Estates off of Theodore and Rt. 59 which is conveniently located near I-55 and I-80. Hurry now and reserve your spot, as I am limited openings in-home daycare. * Feel free to check out my Facebook page to find some of the fun crafts and activities that we do on a daily basis.
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Foundation Of Knowledge Children's Academy

1118 Hummingbird Circle, Joliet, IL

Costimate: $192/wk

Welcome to Foundation of Knowledge Children's Academy.

We are a small licensed family child care facility. We are different than a Day Care Center because we limit the number of children that are enrolled. By staying small we can provide the quality care and nurturing atmosphere that your child deserves.

At Foundation of Knowledge Children's Academy, our objective is to establish a trusting relationship with the child and his/ her family by providing an educational and hands -on- activities to supplement parental care, while building good working partnership with families to help establish a strong foundation together in early learning;leading to long term learning and life success.

We understand that each child is a unique and special individual with the potential to do well. Our home child care services are designed to meet the development need of each child. We stand strong in leading and guiding by example, allowing each child to grow in confidence and assurance as they strive for GREATNESS! Please call for more information 331.232.9354


services provided

Mother Goose Curriculum

Stem Learning

Daily Communication

Lending Library

Natural Healthy Meals

Breakfast/ Am Snack/ Lunch/ PM Snack

Parents Night Owl Program ( last Friday of each month) 7-11pm

FuN- TaStiCaL Summer Camp

Field Trips
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MLH Early Education

3205 Wexford Lane, 5 Min From RT 30 by Louis Joliet Mall, Joliet, IL

Starting at $30/day

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In 2015, Jennifer Brosnahan and Stepping Stones School-Age & Youth Program merged with Kera Lewis and Mother Little Helper Daycare and Group Home to form MLH Early Education Foundation. Our businesses merged and created a structural foundation to include the whole child. Since Jennifer and Kera blended their original programs into one, the results are complimentary to each individual child and their unique family structure. Jennifer's philosophy of teaching encourages youngsters to build their self-esteem and independence by giving them ownership over their time spent in the program. She runs a democracy, giving children appropriate options and allowing children to expand on their interests through project-based learning. The youth enrolled are given responsibilities and are accountable for their actions within the program and at home, developing them into leaders within the group. Jennifer's favorite subjects revolve around natural science, open-ended art, and English. Kera's philosophy of teaching focuses on the cognitive, social-emotional, and physical development of each child. With the creative use of basic American Sign Language (ASL) and Spanish, Creative Curriculum, Ages & Stages assessment tool, and manipulatives (i.e. Lego bricks, puzzles, foam letters, numbers, and shapes, etc.), the children retain information for basic learning and use what is taught to progress into elementary school. The children are given opportunities to work together and solve problems, and are encouraged to try new things, establishing a sense of teamwork and building self-confidence as they develop their social skills and physical development.