Current Available Spaces
Infant/Young Toddler (0 to 24 months): 1 Part-Time Space Available
Older Toddler/Preschooler (2 and 3 years): 1 Space Available
Future Available Spaces
Infant/Young Toddler (0 to 24 months): January 2017
Older Toddler/Preschooler (2 and 3 years): Unknown
If there is no available space for your child at the moment don't be discouraged. You can place your child on our waiting list by filling out our contact form and requesting such. As soon an an open space presents itself we will contact you.
How do I enroll and/or reserve a future space for my child?
Enrolling and/or reserving a future space for your child at Building Blocks Home Daycare is simple. (1) Contact us to schedule a time for you and your child to visit us in our home. We will be happy to answer any questions that you may have. During your visit, you will have the opportunity to meet us, learn more about what we have to offer, and meet some of the other children that we provide care for. This time spent gives all involved an opportunity to get to know one another and to make sure that all personalities mix well. This is important and helps to ensure that both parties are comfortable with their surroundings and expectations. (2) After which time the registration process may begin; consisting of a parent handbook, parent/provider contract, and various enrollment forms. Once they are read, completed, signed, returned, and the deposit has been paid, your child's space has been reserved. The deposit is equal to two weeks of childcare costs and is credited towards the last two weeks of your child's enrollment. (3) And the final step is to simply decide on a start date.
9:00am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday. Just contact us prior to set up a time to come by.
At Building Blocks Home Daycare we specialize in childcare for children ages one month to four years old (aka 1 month - 48 months). That is to say that when your child turns 4 they will receive a diploma saying they graduated from Building Blocks Home Daycare. At this age we suggest your child moves on to a preschool type setting in order to help them get used to being around a larger group of children and experience new teachers, in a continued effort to ready him/her for kindergarten. If you believe your child needs a little extra time with us then just discuss that with us prior and accommodations can be made. Additionally, we use a preschool curriculum specifically geared towards ages 2 and 3. This allows us to focus more on the younger age group of children we have in our care, and therefore betters the childcare experience for all involved.
If you will no longer be needing our childcare services before your child turns 4, one month advance notice needs to be given to us. Whenever possible even more notice is better. This helps us tremendously. Reason being, unlike childcare centers we can only take 14 children. So when we are full we are forced to say NO to all incoming requests for childcare. If we have advance notice of discontinuation of needed services then it is possible for us make future arrangements with new family’s inquiring about daycare for their child. This helps to keep our open spots fluctuation to a minimum, and helps us be able to focus more on being the best childcare providers we can be, instead of worrying about “the bills”, and putting food on the table.