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Prospective families are encouraged to contact us.

We welcome visit by appointment only.

Wee Kids Day Care

Phone: (916) 226-6440

We are ready to take your call!

We are ready to take your call!

     

 

 

The early child period is considered to be the most important developmental phase th

The early child period is considered to be the most important developmental phase.

Wee Kids Day Care is conveniently located a short distance from:

  • Valley Hi Country Club
  • Laguna Blvd, Franklin Blvd, and Elk Grove Blvd
  • I-5 and 99 
  • Stone Lake, Laguna Creek, Laguna Woods, and Laguna Lake

 

The early child period (0 to 5 years) is considered to be the most important developmental phase throughout the lifespan. That is why understanding the need to invest in the social, emotional and physical development of a child is so important.

About Wee Kids Child Care practices: We believe that “The work of a child is to play” and “Children learn best through play.”

Our success depends greatly on our passion to work and teach children that learning is fun! We personalize daily school worksheets for each child to best accommodate everyone’s developmental advancements as well as academic challenges.    Our teaching guidelines are based on appropriate, reasonable, flexible, and understandable expectations as part of the child’s individual process. When the child has mastered a worksheet; a new academic challenge starts.  There are no learning limits!

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Day Care Kids playing ghosts during Halloween

Paul Schwartz, a professor of psychology and child behavior expert, has noted the many benefits of childhood friendship.  “The importance of childhood friendship and four ways to nurture it.” article, Essential Kids, Schwartz states Friendships contribute significantly to the development of social skills, such as being sensitive to others viewpoints, learning the rules of conversation, and age-appropriate behaviors.

Contact us at (916) 226-6440 or via e-mail at:  esther@weekidschildcare.com

We are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding child care, infant, toddler, and preschooler curriculum.

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Kids working on the crawling “itsy bitsy spider”