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HAPPY HEART DAY CARE INC.

131-14 131 STREET, South Ozone Park, NY

Costimate: $193/wk

- HAVE YOU BEEN TAKING YOUR CHILD TO THE SAME DAYCARE FOR MANY YEARS AND HAVE SEEN LITTLE OR NO PROGRESS IN THEIR LEARNING/CAPABILITIES?

- DOES YOUR CHILD ONLY DO CRAFTS AND WATCH TV AT THEIR CURRENT DAY CARE PROGRAM?

- ITS TIME FOR A CHANGE. BRING YOUR CHILD TO A DAYCARE WHERE THEY WILL FEEL ENGAGED; THEIR ENTIRE DAY. LET THEIR LITTLE MINDS EXPLORE ALL OF THE POSSIBILITIES THAT THEY POSSIBLY CAN. A CHILD'S MIND IS IN ITS BEST STAGE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 0 AND 5. BRINGING YOUR CHILD TO OUR DAYCARE PROGRAM WILL FURTHER ENHANCE THEIR MIND'S ABILITIES.

- MANY OF OUR CHILDREN HAVE GONE ON TO TAKE THE OLSAT/BRACKEN EXAM (KINDERGARTEN/FIRST GRADE) FOR ENTRANCE
INTO THE NEW YORK CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM.

- REGISTERING ALL AGES

- AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM ALSO AVAILABLE

- WE ARE LICENSED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
AND MENTAL HYGIENE

- WE ARE CERTIFIED IN CHILD, INFANT, AND ADULT CPR AND FIRST AID

- THE Q10 BUS TO AIRPORT AND "A" TRAIN STOPS ON 130 STREET.
THE Q37,Q9,Q7 ARE ALL WALKING DISTANCE. ALSO CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR THE BELT PARKWAY, VAN WYCK EXPRESSWAY, AND CONDUIT AVENUE

- Some of the Things That Our Children Learn:

MATH:

NUMBERS 1-100, ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, ODD/EVEN NUMBERS, FRACTIONS, SHAPES, TELLING TIME, SHAPE PATTERNS, NUMBER PATTERNS, ETC.

READING/WRITING:

ALPHABET, SIGHT WORDS, RHYMING WORDS, WRITING SENTENCES, WRITING PARAGRAPHS ETC.

SCIENCE:

THE GROWTH PROCESS OF PLANTS/ANIMALS, VEGETABLES/FRUITS, SEASONS, WEATHER, PROPER HYGIENE ETC.

ARTS/CRAFT:

FINGER-PAINTING, ARTS AND CRAFTS RELATED TO HOLIDAYS AND SEASONS

- WE ACCEPT: CASH, HRA/ACS VOUCHERS, 1199 SEIU VOUCHERS, AND JOB REIMBURSEMENTS FOR CHILD CARE

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F.o.c.u.s Daycare Llc

506 Vandalia Avenue, Apt 1B, Brooklyn, NY

Starting at $65/day

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Hello Parents of all Ages,

The Early childhood period is very important because these are the valuable stages in which children brain is developing. During the age Birth to Age five, children are learning important, exciting, creative and imaginary things for each stage in their lives. It is my belief that children learn best through communication, bonding, nurturing, being in a safe and healthy environment, exploring the outdoors and most importantly through love. I believe that the most educational aspect in an infant to school-age life is their Physical, Social, and Mental Learning Environment. A healthy environment allows children to explore, take the initiative to seeing how things work, problem solve and communicate with peers while learning and building on their vocabulary.

Deciding to work in the field of Early childhood became a goal. The goal of wanting to help each child develop while strengthening their weakness and challenging their strengths. It Is important to give children the tools to grow, be curious and take the initiative to learn how to think outside of the box. I have taken on the responsibility of creating a daily routine and lesson in which children are dedicated to and value their own interest and skills while I myself document the children progress in the early stages of education. Education doesn't start in a school; education start at home. The first stages of learning is bonding which allows children to form that connection with the teachers, educators and parents. Coming from a field of social work; my job was listening to the parents not the building and gaining the trust of the children. I felt if you had the trust of the parent, the child would adjust and connect with you. After being in the field for nearly twenty years, I was introduced to the Early Learning Guidelines handbook. This book showed me the stages of growth, what development stages a child should be at according to their age and how educators like myself can support the children. I've come to realize that a trusting relationship with adults is about listen carefully to what the child has to say. Expand on the conversation by asking question to things that interest them. Observe children in group and independently allowed me focus on what are their area of strengthen and areas of weakness were. Early Childhood wasn't my first career of chose; looking back over the years on how I've became knowledgeable, took trainings and educational course; showed me that this field was my calling and I'm happy I decide to pursue this path working with children of all ages.
My role as a caregiver, teacher, mother and a director are to help mothers', Fathers' and Guardians' learn what it takes to develop and grow the brains of our children. Children learn from what they see and hear, but they also learn better when it hands on. When the learning becomes a part of their daily routine learning becomes fun, engaging, movement and singing, building and pretending. If children were place in a room with nothing in it; how much learning would be done compared to a child placed in an environment filled with opportunities. Every day as a director I take the time out to listen to what the children and families want to see implemented in my program. I provide newsletters to keep them inform of what theme or activities are taking place in the classroom and most of all I document children progress and address areas of improvement if outside resource is need.
Beyond teaching and being a director, I see myself as a positive influence on the family in the community I serve. I believe that a relationship with children and family is not only form in a center or in-home daycare. Going into the homes of the family I serve allows me to learn their culture, traditions, routines and how they interact one on one with their children. My roles to the families I serve is to provide resource, information, guidance and support while being professional at all times. I believe by providing moral support for the parent and cheerleader for the child provides encouragement to keep trying, I'm here to guide and assist you because together we can make it happen.
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In 2021 what types of preschool can I find near me in South Ozone Park, NY?
There are two main types of preschool programs you can send your kids to in South Ozone Park, NY. 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 South Ozone Park, NY for traditional preschool centers, or private home-based preschools.
What should I look for in a good preschool program in South Ozone Park, NY?
When you begin looking for preschools in South Ozone Park, NY 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 South Ozone Park, NY.
How can I find a preschool near me in South Ozone Park, NY?
There are currently 194 preschools in South Ozone Park, NY 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 South Ozone Park, NY who have previously sent their kids to any of the preschools you are interested in.