Holly's Petite Maison Home Daycare
Every day your child spends with us at daycare will begin their journey to learn social skills, how to be responsible for their actions, open-minded to new foods, and strengthen their gross and fine motor skills through outdoor play as well as art activities and small but safe toys, all of which are baby-safe.
Through kind guidance, safety, attention to each child, wholesome nutrition, and a calm and relaxing learning environment, your child will not only learn social skills but also learn about language, shapes, colors, counting, and the ABC's in a non-pressured way.
A Holistic Approach to Nutrition and Childcare
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At Holly's Petite Maison Home Daycare, we approach each child as an individual with their own talents and one-of-a-kind needs. Our goal is to help your child develop into a great citizen, using the following techniques and methods:
Positive guidance and discipline
Individual attention & respect for boundaries
Outdoor play twice daily (45 minutes minimum)
30 minutes of daily story time
Open-ended toys and materials
Homemade meals and snacks prepared daily
Responsive & attachment practices
Modeling and showing proper behavior
Affection given readily and comfort given if child is hurt, in distress, or upset WITHOUT judgment or belittling of feelings
*Holistic Learning Environment*
*Safety is #1*
Winter Park, Florida 32792
Call or text 407-617-0637
DCF ID # R09OR2207
Holly's Petite Maison Home Daycare is located near Semoran and Howell Branch in Winter Park, Florida 32792.
Holly's Petite Maison is lucky to have a talented state-certified and registered daycare professional with current CPR and First Aid, extensive culinary skills, yearly in-service training, a vast and thoroughly-read library of books on child development and nutrition, and a property that is professionally maintained inside and out. Safety is #1 here!
Our goal is to create a warm, open environment where children feel safe enough to explore, play, and find new ways to do things. Our learning environment, though informal in nature compared to a formal preschool, is actually very enriching. Children learn at their own pace and not through prompting or lecturing.