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Overview and Information about Orlando Daycare

Starting Your Child at a Daycare in Orlando FL

To get your child off to a great start at a daycare in Orlando FL, talk to your child about daycare and all the great things to look forward to. Tell him or her about the wonderful things they are going to explore. Children often enjoy being able to go to the store for a lunchbox and school bag before school begins. Many Orlando daycare centers will offer opportunities for your child to visit before your child starts. Tell your child the teacher's name and remind her/him that you will be coming to pick them up at the end of the day. Separation is natural and affects different children in different ways. For providers of daycare in Orlando FL, on your child's first two days of daycare, plan to have your child leave earlier than their normal schedule. Several hours can be a very long time to a child in a new situation. Most Orlando daycare centers will allow you to make arrangements so that you can spend time in the classroom with them. When it is time to leave, please give your child a clear goodbye. The teachers will take over and engage your child and start developing a relationship and comforting them. Also many daycares in Orlando FL will encourage you to check on your child's progress, so feel free to do so!
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Brush Arbor Christian School 
(407) 671-9774
2304 N Goldenrod Road, Orlando, FL  32807
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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Forest City Day Care Center 
(407) 295-0888
6214 Forest City Road, Orlando, FL  32810
Many Orlando daycare programs provide an emphasis on the process of a child's work rather than the finished product. This helps to promote a sense of accomplishment and pride in their work. ...
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Little Citizens Child Care 
(407) 822-9697
1112 North Pine Hills Road, Orlando, FL  32808
Parents should make a list of all the questions and items they would like to cover during the visit and tour of their local Orlando daycare. The ChildCare Smiles website provides many ideas and tips for parents about things to consider when selecting a provider. ...
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God's Little Lamb Learning Center 
(407) 521-6273
1056 North Pine Hills Road, Orlando, FL  32808
For parents it is reasonable to expect that Orlando daycare centers will have established rules, hours and rates that keep the door open and provide quality care for all. ...
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Eastland Baptist Church & Preschool 
(407) 277-5858
6000 East Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL  32807
An indicator of the quality and dedication of the daycare in Orlando is the tenure of the management and staff. When you visit the center, parents should take the time to speak with the director and staff that will be caring for your child. ...
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Magnificent Kids Christian Academy 
(407) 658-0108
762 Sterling Spring Road, Orlando, FL  32828
Every child has accidents of one kind or another. For this reason Orlando daycares may require that all children need to keep a full set of clothes at the center. When a child uses these clothes, parents should bring a replacement set on their next day of school. ...
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Storybook School 
(407) 851-2955
209 West Oak Ridge Road, Orlando, FL  32809
Many Orlando daycare providers schedule both during school and after school activities where parents can be involved. During school activities may include holiday parties and monthly theme activities. After school activities may include graduation and back to school night. ...
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Montessori Children's Academy 
(407) 647-0119
1862 East Winter Park Road, Orlando, FL  32803
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
Many Orlando daycare providers schedule both during school and after school activities where parents can be involved. During school activities may include holiday parties and monthly theme activities. After school activities may include graduation and back to school night. ...
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Small Blessings Child Care 
(407) 277-2667
4300 Lake Margaret Drive, Orlando, FL  32812
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
Every child has accidents of one kind or another. For this reason Orlando daycares may require that all children need to keep a full set of clothes at the center. When a child uses these clothes, parents should bring a replacement set on their next day of school. ...
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Southwood Head Start 
(407) 355-5764
6225 Brookgreen Avenue, Orlando, FL  32809
For parents it is reasonable to expect that Orlando daycare centers will have established rules, hours and rates that keep the door open and provide quality care for all. ...
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