Choosing an Orlando Daycare for Multiple Children

Monday, January 30, 2017

For parents who have multiple children, especially at varied ages, it can be difficult to find an Orlando daycare to meet all of your children’s needs. In addition, you don’t want to be driving all over town to drop them off or pick them all up.

Infant and Toddler Daycare in Orlando

Infants and toddlers have very different needs than that of a 12-year-old. The sensitivity and education of our infant and toddler caregivers promote a positive and healthy development. Your child will receive high quality, safe and loving care that will impact the results that relate to high language, math, cognitive and social skills.

A daycare center that accommodates older children may not have the resources to watch over your infant or toddler, so ensure you find a day care center that is equipped and experienced to handle children in a range of different ages.

Daycare for Older Children

While older children may not enjoy the idea of going to the same place as their younger brother or sister, it’s an easy adjustment to make and the benefits are worth it.

Our afterschool program is available all year round, during school time, no school, most holidays and summer time. Our well-trained staff promotes strategies to guide children in the development of communication, problem solving, self-help, and conflict resolution skills.

We offer plenty of fun activities that are age appropriate such as; read-a louds, buddy reading, books, story writing, creative dramatics, and journal keeping. We also include games that enhance children's problem solving skills, deductive reasoning skills, and math related skills.

Finding the right day care is a challenge, but you should find out why so many parents have placed their trust in Kids & Company.

At Kids & Company, we offer a variety of programs for children of all age groups. Our Orlando daycare and childcare programs are designed to facilitate learning as well as providing a fun environment for children.

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