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Dee Zee's Daycare/housekeeping

6th Havana, Aurora, CO

Starting at $250/wk

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Currently I offer babysitting out of my home. I recently made great changes to my place to make sure the environment your child is in is fun as well as safe. I do offer a daily schedule and I try my best to operate as a daycare, although I am always trying new things to see how my parents and children adjust to make it most convenient and comfortable for them! I love to teach and care for children of any age. I do have 7 of my own which are here as well but they are all in school full time so they may be here in the a.m. during drop off or afternoon for pick up. I will definitely have everyone meet so you know who will be around your children. My main purpose is to help parents by giving their children a fun, safe, loving, caring environment to be in while the parents are working! I also enjoy taking them on field trips such as museums, parks, swimming, zoo, amusement parks, and any other fun places we can find that's weather appropriate if need be! If interested please feel free to reach out through text or call. I do provide daily meals as well and snacks! Hope to hear from you soon! Thanks for reading my profile!
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Reviewed by Paula H 5/5 stars
Our little one is a current attendee for full time daycare. Ms. Dee Zee is lovely- she updates us when necessary and tries to troubleshoot issues (infants are finnicky sometimes :D). She also has a great sense of humor- we're loving the artwork that gets sent home! I'd definitely recommend going with this daycare provider- I get the feeling my daughter is part of her family rather than just visiting.
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Growing At Cole's

E. 24th Ave, Aurora, CO

Starting at $200/wk

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Hello my name is Nicole and together with my husband Gary we run a very small in-home daycare. We have a unique program where our babies literally grow up together. We start with all newborns then as they grow so does our daycare. Infant nursery to toddler nursery, followed by what we like to call "PRE Pre-School," and finally ending with our full curriculum Pre-Kindergarten program!


The current roster is 4 children. We will only take one more child at this time!

I have a kiddo moving out of state next week so we have an opening for the first time in almost 3 years! This opening is for a child 4-5 years old whose parents would like to get them into a real curriculum based learning program. (We are happy to help with any remote learning your child is doing with the school as well.)

We have had the current children since they were between 0-18months. This year is intended to be our last year before starting with infants again Sep 2021 (Unless COVID makes us continue homeschooling. If this happens we will continue teaching this same group).

This would normally be a spot for a preschool child only but because of COVID we have extended our program to include kindergarten. Since all of our kiddos finished our preschool program last year, they are all testing at a kindergarten level. We believe that adding a child that has either started preschool (or other learning) or is entering kindergarten would be the best fit!

With so much of what children are used to being turned upside down, we are doing our very best to have as much of a normal learning experience as possible!

All of our current families are work from home or work in a small office (not with the public). Additionally, we have lowered our total number of kiddos to a max of 5 including full and part-time! We consider ourselves to be a safe place in current times for your child to begin school.

Our main focus is making learning super fun while also hitting all the milestones needed to continue on to elementary school. We do lots of fun things to keep learning exciting and fun...Gardening daily, crafts, yoga, computers and technology, science experiments, animal care, and so much more!
When things open up again we also would like to get back to weekly trips to the library and fun and educational trips to the zoo, museums, parks etc.

If you're interested please feel free to send an email with a little about your child, what your childcare needs are etc. and I will get back to you right away
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Reviewed by Kate L 5/5 stars
Our daughter started with Nicole and Gary when she was 3 months old. For me, as a mother, the hardest part about our out-of-state move a couple of years ago, was leaving them. They challenged our daughter, encouraged her, taught her. I absolutely trusted both of them to be watching out for her best interests. They certainly helped her to develop socially, academically, and emotionally. But I was also grateful for the fact that I felt like with them she was learning how to be a good person. They were shaping her morally, to respect herself and to be kind and respectful of others. One of the most outstanding things about Nicole and Gary is that they cherish the kids that they work with. They see the kiddos (their strengths and weaknesses) and love them and help them to grow from where they are. I really cannot express how grateful I was and continue to be for Nicole and Gary. On a more practical note, I knew they were teaching our daughter everything she needed to know (and more) to succeed in school. I loved that they took the kids places, like the pool or parks or other fun places. They got the kids outside a lot, which was great. They would make a variety of foods for the kids, so it wasn't the same bland stuff every day; I think this helped my daughter be more adventurous in her eating. They have family members who could provide back-up care if they needed it, so they almost never closed. As a first-time mom I appreciated sometimes getting some ideas of things I could try at home to help with behaviors I was struggling with. I liked that they had dogs and cats that the kids were exposed to. The list goes on and on. I cannot imagine a better place for a kiddo to be before starting elementary school.

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What types of preschool can I find in Aurora, CO?
There are two main types of preschool programs you can send your kids to in Aurora, CO. The first is a full-time preschool program that usually works well for parents working full-time shifts. The second is a part-time preschool program where you can enroll your child for 2-3 days per week and typically choose between a morning or afternoon shift. A part-time preschool can be a great option if you want to ease the transition of this new learning experience for your child. You can also check your options in Aurora, CO for traditional preschool centers, or private home-based preschools.
What should I look for in a good preschool program in Aurora, CO?
When you begin looking for preschools in Aurora, CO ask about the ratio of learning time to supervised play time so you can get a good sense of whether you believe your child's needs will be met. From there, ask about what a typical day consists of, what the safety protocols are and how discipline will be handled. Also, make sure to check directly with the preschool for information about their local licensing and credentials in Aurora, CO.
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There are currently 20 preschools in Aurora, CO on Care.com and you can filter these local results by distance from your zip code. From there, you can compare between preschool programs by traditional facility-based preschools and private, in-home preschools. Be sure to check reviews from other families in Aurora, CO who have previously sent their kids to any of the preschools you are interested in.