Teachers! Are you looking for child care for your child that works with your schedule? I offer child care for working educators. I follow the Jeffco school schedule and have a rare opening for the 2019/2020 school year. I have an opening for a child 2 years and older.
My home is a safe, nurturing environment where your child will get the attention and care that he or she needs. I am licensed in the state of Colorado as a home child care facility and have met or exceeded all health and safety guidelines. My home is safe, clean, pet and smoke free. You can rest assured that your child will be cared for with the utmost kindness, love and respect. I believe each child is a precious gift and I treat them as though they were my own.
Your child will be involved in developmentally-appropriate activities throughout the day. Children will enjoy time outside; I have a fenced-in backyard and we frequently visit parks in the neighborhood.
Weekly Activities include:
• Pre School Curriculum
• Circle Time
• Puzzles and Games
• Learning Numbers and Letters
• Arts & Crafts
• Pre-Reading Activities
• And much more…
As a former full time working mom I know how hard it is to find a reliable and responsible person to care for your child. Your child will receive an abundance of attention, interaction and allow you to go to work at peace and know your child is being well cared for.
I am married and have 3 children of my own.
If this is of interest to your family, please contact Kristi at 303-905-3947 voice or text or email. I look forward to hearing from you.
Preschool graduation! We had an amazing group of kids. Thank you to all the families that participated and helped with organizing/hosting this celebration. We had a great time celebrating!
Thursday was the last day of preschool! I had a wonderful bunch of kids and will miss you kiddos that are moving on. I know your futures are bright.
Have a FANTASTIC summer!!
Submarines are large vessels that move underwater. The windows of submarines, called portholes, are usually round. Submarines have a tool called a periscope that sticks out above the water.
We made submarines using paper plates, cellophane, sea animal cut outs and markers!
This is our last unit for the 2018-2019 school year. Wow! This year went very fast and I was blessed with a fantastic group of kids.
Many shipwrecks are caused by big storms that create large waves in the ocean. Pieces of ships can sink to the bottom of the ocean. Treasures such as gold, jewels and expensive art have been found in shipwrecks. We made our own treasure chests with matching jewel cards. Pick a card, match and slide into the chest.
We played Shipwreck Hideaway! Each child would draw a card and move her fish to the next matching colored bubble. We switched it up and used a dice to practice counting!
For our sensory bin we hid jewels, buttons, and sea animals in Perler Beads.
Today we took a dive into the deep blue ocean! We pretended to be a scuba diver and explored what was under the sea. We made a diver's mask and flippers from cutouts, elastic and cellophane. Scuba divers must wear gear including a mask, flippers, oxygen tank and wetsuit to protect and allow them to breathe underwater. Some scuba divers explore underwater for fun while others scuba dive for research.
We also played with play dough and sea creatures.