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Guidelines for Healthy Orlando Daycare Centers

A happy school is a healthy school for daycare children and staff at Orlando daycare centers. Daycare facilities are noisy, high energy places and a typical day requires a child to be at 100% capacity. When children are not feeling well and struggling to keep up, the school environment can be overwhelming for them. For this reason, centers that provide daycare in Orlando FL will have guidelines for parents to follow in determining if a child is too sick for school. In the event that your child becomes ill, Orlando daycare centers will require you or your designated emergency contacts to pick up your child within a specified time period e.g. 30 minutes. Although daycare centers in Orlando FL recognize that picking up your child during the day may create a hardship, it is in the child's best interest. Orlando daycare centers also recommend that if your child is ill, then please keep them home until they are no longer contagious and are able to actively participate at school, inside and out.
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Pine Castle Christian Academy 
(407) 438-2709
5933 Randolph Avenue, Orlando, FL  32809
Through the course of the year Orlando daycares may offer many opportunities for parent involvement. With an understanding that many parents have work demands, these activities cover a wide variety of hours and levels of involvement. ...
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Discovery Zone 2 Preschool 
(407) 384-3481
2876 S Alafaya Trl, Orlando, FL  32828
When looking for a daycare in Orlando, an effective curriculum should incorporate sensory, motor, perceptual, and language skills through materials and activities, which are both child-centered and teacher-directed. ...
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Aunt Delores' Child Care Center 
(407) 273-5362
1411 Melanie Drive, Orlando, FL  32825
Orlando daycare centers offer many different learning approaches and combinations for parents to consider including Montessori, Play Based, Developmental, Structured Learning with Play, Piaget and Teacher Led. ...
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A Growing Place 
(407) 568-0402
18555 Old Cheney Highway, Orlando, FL  32820
When looking for a daycare in Orlando, an effective curriculum should incorporate sensory, motor, perceptual, and language skills through materials and activities, which are both child-centered and teacher-directed. ...
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Winegard Head Start 
(407) 858-4902
7055 Winegard Road, Orlando, FL  32809
Toddler daycare in Orlando includes programs that encourage toddlers to share (toys and attention), play with others, separate from their parents, become potty-trained, while being introduced to learning activities and art experiences. ...
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Day Spring Christian Academy 
(407) 277-0054
3418 S Conway Road, Orlando, FL  32812
Through the course of the year Orlando daycares may offer many opportunities for parent involvement. With an understanding that many parents have work demands, these activities cover a wide variety of hours and levels of involvement. ...
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Royal Academy Pre-School 
(407) 857-0390
5516 South Texas Avenue, Orlando, FL  32839
When evaluating the level of attention your child will receive at a daycare in Orlando, an initial indicator is the number of children to adult ratio. Be sure to find out the ratio for the class that your child will be attending. ...
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Kiddie Kottage 
(407) 658-1728
5600 Old Cheney Highway, Orlando, FL  32807
Programs offered by daycare in Orlando may include any combination of infant care, preschool, before and after school care, and summer camp programs. ...
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The First Academy 
(407) 206-8600
2667 Bruton Boulevard, Orlando, FL  32805
Sending your child to a daycare in Orlando is an important step in helping your child to develop their brain to organize, think, create, and learn to nurture. From birth to four years of age a child's brain grows and develops as fast as their bodies. ...
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Little Lambs Learning Center 
(407) 298-4860
197 South Cottage Hill Road, Orlando, FL  32805
Sending your child to a daycare in Orlando is an important step in helping your child to develop their brain to organize, think, create, and learn to nurture. From birth to four years of age a child's brain grows and develops as fast as their bodies. ...
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Columbus Center Preschool 
(407) 425-3367
4629 Middlebrook Road, Orlando, FL  32811
Through the course of the year Orlando daycares may offer many opportunities for parent involvement. With an understanding that many parents have work demands, these activities cover a wide variety of hours and levels of involvement. ...
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Precious Gems Crown Of Glory Pre-School 
(407) 291-2801
2101 S Apopka Vineland Road, Orlando, FL  32835
For lunches there is usually a combination of three different options: parents can provide lunch for their child, the daycare will make lunches in their own kitchen, or lunch may be catered by an outside service. ...
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