The Differences Between Child Care and Day Care

Every parent wants what is best for their child. A major part of raising a well-developed child is properly educating them. At The Children's Workshop, we believe that it is never too early to start building a solid academic foundation. In fact, pediatricians believe that the formative time in a child's brain development is from the ages of 0-5 years. That is why The Children's Workshop offers early educational child care for our students rather than day care.

Child Care vs. Day Care

There are fundamental differences in child care and day care practices. The main goal of day care is to keep the child safe. At The Children's Workshop, we aim to keep our children safe while at the same time providing them with educational experiences. Our daily lessons occur in a nurturing and confidence-building environment, where children of all ages can learn about the world around them.

Benefits of Early Childhood Education

Multiple studies have shown that children who participate in early childhood learning are more likely to succeed in grade school and high school. Unlike other programs, The Children's Workshop follows the philosophy that children are more likely to retain educational information if they are having fun while learning it. That is why our class lessons and curriculum are designed in ways that will keep our students engaged and entertained.

We Are More Than A Day Care

So, if you are interested in giving your child a head start, call us today. We can answer any questions you may have and we can schedule a tour for you to see our curriculum in action!

Choosing the right child care program for your child can be very difficult. Use our Quality Child Care Checklist to help evaluate the programs you consider!

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