Guide to Childcare Providers in Innisfil

Eh to Zed Preschool Canada Innisfil

Eh to Zed Preschool is an all-day early learning academy that provides childcare programs for infants, toddlers, and pre-school children. Their programs are aligned with children’s goals. Educators work together with parents to provide detail about their child’s development through individual reports that happen twice a year. They also have a before and after school program for school-aged children that provide challenging activities and homework support.

Treasure Garden Childcare Centre

Treasure Garden takes a play-based learning approach that supports a child’s overall development. They have programs for children as young as a year old through kindergarten-aged children.

Bouncing Ball Nursery School

At Bouncing Ball Nursery School, they place emphasis on following routines to foster independence while continuing to promote learning through play. In addition, they also incorporate fine motor skills and pre-school concepts into their weekly programming. Parents have a choice of a two or three-day enrollment option.

Simcoe Childcare Services

Simcoe Childcare Services provides care for infants through school-aged children. Their programs incorporate indoor and outdoor learning experiences that encourage inquiry-based learning. This allows children to engage, hypothesize, predict, and challenge learning experiences.  In addition to their early education program, they also offer summer camps and weekly camps throughout the year for school-aged children.

EarlyON Child and Family Centre

The EarlyON programs are built on four pillars, belonging, well-being, engagement, and expression. They provide care for infants as young as six months old through children aged six years. Learning experiences include math and science, creativity, literacy, social, and emotional development.

Innisfil Montessori Academy

The Innisfil Montessori Academy offers full-day childcare for children aged 18 months through six years old.  The toddler program focuses on natural curiosity and meeting the specific needs of each child, while the Casa Program for toddlers is broken down into five main pillars being practical life, sensorial exercises, language curriculum, math curriculum, and culture. They also offer summer camps for children 18 months through 10 years.

-The BDAR Team

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