Falls Church In Home Child Care

Find 49 in-home child care providers in Falls Church, VA.

Average rate: $14.50/hr.

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Victoria G.|Falls Church, VA

$20-25/hr 10 yrs exp 45 yrs old

Working With Children Brings Me Joy!

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I have 14+ years experience working in the childcare field. I am very honest, dependable, patient & punctual. I have a good sense of humor & love to laugh. I am neat & organized, I enjoy arts & crafts, cooking, baking, reading, creative writing, music & I'm a huge lover of animals. I've also been a very proud Aunt for a little over 25 years now, with 5 nieces ranging from ages 15-26. I have worked as a Childcare Director for 8 years, a Nanny for 6 1/2 years & an Assistant Preschool Teacher for 6 months, before delving into the Civil Engineering field. My love for children & the childcare field itself, is where I find myself more at home, as it is the most enjoyable & rewarding. I put 100% of myself into everything I do. I love working with children, elderly and animals. Helping others is what brings me the most joy!
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Reviewed by Faith H. 5/5 stars
Vicki has been such a phenomenal caregiver to our little one. The positive impact that she has made on our little family is indispensable and we consider her family. Our little one has grown developmentally while in her care and the time and dedication she pours into him has been profound. Vicki has been extremely dependable without ever missing a day, and she is always punctual (actually she always arrives before scheduled), which eases our busy schedules. We look forward to continuing to have her babysit when she's available and would recommend her to any family looking for an experienced, flexible, fun loving, patient and caring provider. Vicki is truly a gem and we look forward to keeping her in our lives. I really cannot say enough great things about our experience with her!
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Claire G.|Falls Church, VA

$10-25/hr 7 yrs exp 23 yrs old

Best Babysitter, After School Care And Date Nights

Hello, My name is Claire, and I am great with children. I always try my best to be on time. I have more than one year experience with infants and I have 8 years of experience babysitting. I am very gentle and sweet, we will have lots of fun. I love playing with the kids. We will do lots of activities. I take care of children of all ages. The youngest child I have ever watched was a 4-month-old little girl and the oldest would be a 10-year-old boy. I am capable of light house cleaning and I can make food. I do speak a little Spanish. I would be so happy if you would consider me as your future nanny/babysitter. I just love kids. They are so precious and they are just little balls of joy. I am certified in First Aid and I know CPR and infant CPR. I am also great with animals as well. I am certified in animal First Aid as well. I have a big Bernese Mountain puppy, who is 7 months old and a 14-year-old cat at home. I just graduated from high school. I am a soccer referee on the side with my father. I have worked at an elementary school daycare. I have also taken care of a 5-year-old boy with autism. I can also do overnight shifts. I have two older brothers and two younger step sisters. I am free to watch your wonderful children anytime you may need me. I have been watching children since I was 10 years old and have always been a natural at it. I am also currently saving up for college.

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Little Trooper Home Day Care

3623 Malibu Circle, Falls Church, VA

Starting at $12/hr

According to the United Nations publication on the Inequities in Early Childhood Development, the first 1,000 days of a child's life is the most important part of intellectual development. During this stage, a child absorbs information like a sponge. Experiences are stored in the brain to form a long-term memory that will be embedded in their personality. I treasure this information based on my personal experience. A cousin of mine when she was over a year old, did not say a word and barely responded to any form of communication. I noticed that her facial expression changed whenever she heard music. I sang to her everyday before she went to sleep. One day, as my aunt was singing the song I sing to her, she started singing. The rest is history.

This is a home day care limited to only 5 children. I focus on developing a child's sense perception by letting the child experience what he/she is learning. In this way a child not only learns faster but remembers effectively. I have tried this method with my other cousins as well and it was highly effective. They have grown to be academically outstanding. I have also volunteered in remote areas to prove my method and it has not failed me once. Experience is the best teacher indeed BUT sensory perception plays a big role in early childhood development. It is the bridge that develops a child's brain, hence, should be nourished. I assure you that your child will reach his/her highest potential with my guidance.

I encourage reading, playing, listening to music (melodic genres), constant communication (speaking to a child even if he/she is not capable of responding through speech yet), and story telling (voice inflection, facial reactions, body language, correlation of abstract and non-abstract objects, empathy, and self-awareness).

About Me:

I have a degree in Philosophy and a Master's in International Relations. I believe in one thing when it comes to children: Aside from genetic factors, a child is molded by the environment.

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Additional features and facilities are listed below.

In Home:
Play Area.
Bath and Toilet.
Kitchen.
Sleeping Room.
Toys.
Books.
Tables and Chairs.
Food (Varies With Age/Optional).
Heater/AC.
Humidifier.
Music Player.

Outdoors:
Picnic Area.
Playground.

References:

http://www.unicef.org/lac/Inequities_in_Early_Childhood_Development_LoRes_PDF_EN_02082012(1).pdf

http://www.weforum.org/reports/education-and-skills-20-new-targets-and-innovative-approaches