Experience the Nurturing Environment of Cadence Education’s Part-Time Daycare
Daycare is a nurturing, safe place where children can learn and grow. However, not every family needs or wants to send their child to daycare full time. For those families, part-time daycare may be the best option. At Cadence Education, we offer part-time daycare for parents in need of a more flexible program. Contact us today to learn more about the part-time daycare options we offer and find a schedule that works best for your child.
Speak with one of our childcare providers to learn more about how we can accommodate your preschool, childcare and daycare needs.
What Makes Our Part-Time Daycare Program Your Best Choice?
- Nurturing, caring teachers
- Flexible scheduling to meet needs
- Safe, home-like environments
- Consistent communication
- Adjustable programs for each child
- Emphasis on Kind Child Culture
- Growth through skill- and play-based curriculums
Preparing Your Child to THRIVE
Your child is unique, and we are happy to provide an educational, fun, and nurturing environment where each child can develop and thrive in order to build a bright future with unlimited possibilities.
Learning Made Fun
Cadence Education’s part-time daycare program for toddlers creates a learning environment full of fun. Your child will learn essential socio-emotional, cognitive, and physical skills through play-based activities. Our Ascend curriculum allows children to grow in a variety of domains at their own pace. Our caring faculty knows just how to identify your child’s learning needs and accommodate them each step of the way.
Our infant part-time daycare program takes a collaborative approach with parents. We understand it can be difficult to leave your child in the care of someone new, which is why we ensure you’re involved with every aspect. From gaining perspective on your child’s schedule to receiving real-time photos of special moments, you won’t have to miss out on the memories your child is making in their part-time daycare program.
During the shortened period that your child is at daycare, they may partake in a variety of activities to learn or grow their developmental skills. Depending on your child’s age, these may include:
- Story Time: Infants in part-time daycare learn awareness, memory, and listening skills through daily story time with an instructor.
- Baby Signs®: As the original sign language program for infants, Baby Signs® teaches your child how to communicate before they learn how to talk.
- Rhyming & Singing: Our caregivers spend their days singing, cooing, and rhyming to your infant. This music method can improve your child’s mood and foster essential cognitive skills.
- Q & A Time: Curiosity is natural in toddlers. In fact, it’s often how they learn best. Our caregivers encourage your toddlers to ask questions and grow this curiosity.
- Speaking Spanish: The early years of your child’s life are the best time to begin learning a new language. Cadence Education has chosen the second most popular language in the world to integrate into your child’s part-time daycare routine.
- Potty Training: Children learn potty training at different ages in life. Our caregivers are equipped to help your child through this process, no matter what stage they’re at.
Finding a Part-Time Daycare
Finding a part-time daycare near you can be challenging. How do you know what daycare program is best? We’ve outlined a few tips on how to find the right part-time daycare program for your child.
- Accreditation. Though accreditation is not a requirement for daycares, it is a beneficial tool when searching for the best fit. Accredited daycare providers typically have higher quality early learning programs and follow best practices for child care.
- Referrals. Chances are, you probably already know someone who has children in daycare. Ask your friends, family, and neighbors for recommendations on the best daycare providers nearby. They’ll likely give you an honest review and help you find new programs.
- Research. A Google search of “part-time daycare near me” can pull up providers within a certain mile radius of your home. Spend some time reading reviews and browsing the program’s website to learn more about what they offer.
- Tours. Visiting the daycare centers is a great way to see how your child will fit into the program. You’ll have the chance to see classrooms in-person and meet with the caregivers who will be spending time with your child. A visit can also help your toddler familiarize themselves with the building which can reduce stress on their first day.
We provide parents with peace of mind by giving children an exceptional education every fun-filled day in a place as nurturing as home.