San Rafael Family Child Care

Compare 20 family child care options in San Rafael, CA. 

Find care to fit your needs!

Post a job for free today!

Filter by:

Family Child Care Locations

Let's Play Daycare's Photo

Let's Play Daycare

16 Hazel Ct, San Rafael, CA

Starting at $1850/mo

(4)
At Let's Play Daycare, we're proud to provide a caring and safe environment for your children. By following our mission, vision and values, we create a nurturing, stimulating and welcoming learning environment for all children. We provide our students with the tools they need for future happiness and success. Our unique programs incorporate a variety of educational theories, while always keeping the child's best interests in mind and allowing for hands-on, experiential learning. Get in touch to learn more!

At Let's Play Daycare, our mission consists of providing a warm and nurturing environment where children feel safe. Our unique Family Child Care offers various activities that are specifically designed to encourage each child's growth. Through cooperative play and creative activities, kids reach their social, emotional and physical milestones naturally and with ease.


OUR RATES:
Minimum 2 days attendance required.
Full-Time,
$1,500,
Part-time,
4 days a week,
$ 1,300,
3 Days a week,
$1,125,
2 Days a week,
$ 800.

Isabella Blunck Ribeiro,
Supervisor.

Let's Pay Daycare,
16 Hazel Ct, San Rafael, Ca 94901.
G
Reviewed by Gloria 5/5 stars
Our two sons (now 2 and 9.5 months) have been going to Isabella's daycare since they were each 3 months old and it has been a fantastic experience for them and us. Isabella and Chella (who helps out) are both so beloved by our boys that they jump into their arms when we arrive each morning. And my husband and I have also been thrilled with their flexibility in accommodating any complicated scheduling issues, etc, that come up. I highly, highly recommend this daycare. We first found Isabella because close friends were sending their son there. We were hesitant at first because there weren't many reviews and many of my colleagues were sending their children to fancy daycare facilities with defined track records and curricula. Initially, we tried to get into a couple of these places in Berkeley (we both work in the East Bay) and just ended up paying money to sit on waitlists. So we figured that in the meantime, we'd try Isabella's place and then move our son when we got into one of the fancy spots. 9 months later, when we did finally "get in", we had no trouble telling them that we no longer wanted the spot and would rather stick with Isabella. Why do we love this place so much? Well I've already mentioned how kind Isabella and Chella are and how much my sons love them, and that's most of it. But also, I truly believe they love the kids like their own. One day last year, for example, I came for pickup at around 5pm and Isabella was sitting in a chair, cradling another boy who she said had a fever. She had called his parents (our friends) who were on the way, but in the meantime, she was just concerned that he felt as comfortable as possible. If a stranger had walked in, they would have thought this boy was Isabella's son, based on how she was caring for him. Other days, you can find Isabella running around singing with the kids as they giggle their heads off. Almost every day, when I pick the kids up, I ask my older son what he did that day. He always says something like "had fun playing with Isabella and Chella!" It's clearly great that the kids have fun there, but I also think it's worth pointing out that they're learning a lot! My older son was naming alphabet letters at around 19 months and could count to ten in English and Spanish shortly afterwards, as well. My younger son was a problematic eater during the COVID quarantine- we couldn't get a spoon near his mouth without him flinging it away. Within a week of being back at Isabella's, he suddenly ate great and was interested in all sorts of new foods. These guys just really know how to communicate with kids. I must also mention the aspects of this daycare that make it so convenient for parents. First, they provide all diapers and food, which makes life logistics a lot easier. Second, their price is very reasonable, which is rare in daycares in the Bay Area. Third, pickup and dropoff times (7:30am and 5:30pm, respectively) make it possible to work a full day, which was not true of other places that we looked. I'm sure I'm missing something, but the bottom line is that Let's Play Daycare is wonderful. I consider us lucky to have found them.
Showing 1 - 10 of 20