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Choosing the Perfect Day Care for your Family May Seem Like an Overwhelming Challenge. You want the perfect fit for your needs, expectations, requirement, etc…  You may not believe me when i say this, but…

“You are not alone.”

Your fears, and curiosity, are common.

Wouldn’t it be great if you knew everything you wanted to know? You could make an informed decision. This would make you more comfortable.  So you can go to work without stress knowing you made the right decision.

I hope to give you all the information you may need here in the PARENTS RESOURCE area.

If I miss anything or you still have questions, please get ahold of us using our Contact Us Page.

Thank you!


Parents Resources

Daily Schedule


Routine is very important in a child’s life. Our days are based upon schedules. Although it may vary a little from time to time, we like to keep it structured similar to what is shown below.




6am – 6:45am

Arrival & Free Play

6:45am – 7:00am

Clean Up Playroom. Wash Up for Breakfast

7:00am – 8:00am


8:00am – 8:15am

Circle Time

8:15am – 9:15am

Group Activities. Indoor or Outside Play

9:15am -9:30am

Free Play. Wash Up for AM Snack

9:30am – 10:30am

Morning Snack

10:30am -11:15am

Arts and Crafts / Indoor or Outdoor Play

11:15am – 11:30am

Clean Up Playroom. Wash Up for AM Snack.

11:30am –12:30pm

Lunch Time

12:30pm -1:00pm

Clean Up for Relaxation

1:00pm –1:30pm


1:30pm –2:45pm

Quiet Time (Nap Time)

2:45pm –3:00pm

Wash Up for PM Snack

3:00pm –3:30pm

PM Snack

3:30pm –4:30pm

Structured Play / Group Activities

4:30pm –5:00pm

Indoor or Outdoor Games / Wash Up for Dinner

5:00pm –5:30pm


5:30pm –6:00pm

Movie Time / Parent Pick Up


Important Dates

List of Paid Holidays we are closed.  Because Holidays fall on different days each year, I am only listing the month they are in.

We use the CCSD School Calendar as our model.





New Years Day


Martin Luther King Jr. Day


Presidents Day


Memorial Day


Independence Day


Labor Day


Nevada Day

(On Halloween we close early at 4)


Veterans Day


Thanksgiving & Day After


Christmas Eve & Christmas Day


New Year’s Eve


Extended (one week) vacations by parents are payable at half the regular fee, if a one month notice is given tp the childcare provider. If notice is not given the price of the weekly care will be charged in order to hold the child’s place.

The provider will give a two week notice, when the facility must be closed for routine business, medical or other appointments. As often as possible, these will be scheduled for the weekends or late afternoon time.

The child care provider will give a two week notice for vacation, and ensure that a certified provider is available to substitute in the facility.





It is our goal to offer nutritious meals and snacks to the children in our care, as nutrition is a vital part of a child’s health. Children need to eat well-balanced meals in order to meet his or her daily energy needs and to help them build a strong body and mind. We know that the good food habits a child develops will help them prevent cavities, iron deficiency anemia, and obesity, etc – all common nutritional problems in young children.

If your child has any particular dietary needs resulting from being a vegetarian, or having allergies, religious beliefs, or non religious beliefs, etc, then just let us know. If the typical type of meals we serve do not meet your criteria for whatever reason, that’s perfectly fine, however, in which case, all of the child’s meals and snacks will have to be provided by the parent.


We Offer Breakfast, Snack, Lunch, and Dinner with Full-Time Child Care.


No junk food please, the provider will supply all food including meals and nutritious snacks.

We make special days for birthdays so you many bring a cake, cookies or other treats to help celebrate. However, please be sure to keep it healthy and low on sugar. Please let the provider know in advance what you have planned.

Special foods and/or diets must be provided by the parents.


All forms must be returned completely filled out before a child/ children enters care. All forms are subject to yearly renewal and must be kept up to date.

Appropriate placement of your child is very important to the child, parent /parents and provider. Every program is not suited to every child; therefore all children enter child care on a 2 week trial basis to ensure proper placement.

Parents are always welcome to observe or participate in the daily programs when the child is present.*

Any special needs for the child /children has to be notified in advance to the provider in order to provide the best care for your child.

Our facility is certified in First-Aid and CPR, licensed by the state of Nevada, and also a member of the food program.

We accept Urban League, but are willing to look into any other financial or government programs if you bring me the information.


Monday – Friday 6am- 6pm
Saturday – Sunday Closed

If needed with prior notice we will accommodate the parent /parents’ needs on the hours and days.

Payment obligation on the hours you agree to use childcare, not necessarily on actual hours of attendance.

Payment is due if you have agreed to use certain blocks of time, whether or not the child actually attends during those hours.


Registration Fee is $50.

An additional charge of $3.00 per 15 minute time frame (or portions of 15 minute time frames) will be incurred if a child is dropped off earlier or picked up later than agreed upon schedule.

Payment for childcare will be weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly in advance. After selecting when tuition will be covered (weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly) please make sure tuition is paid on the day it is due and agreed upon.

Absence of the child during a scheduled daycare day will result in a charge of full price to reserve space for the child.

Ill children cannot attend daycare. The childcare provider will decide if the child is too ill to stay and will contact parent/parents for alternative arrangements.

If provider is physically ill, a certified substitute provider will come to the childcare facility and provide care.

Forms Of Payment

We accept Cash, Checks, or Zelle (If you use another form of online payment, I am willing to look into it if you bring info on it)


What Does a Parent Need to Pack for Their Child?

Parents need to supply extra clothes, diapers, wipes, and a blanket. During the warmer weather times of the Year, We ask that you supply sunscreen please. Please clearly write your child’s name on anything that is their personal item.

How many kids is All About Kids Day Care licensed to have?

We are licensed to have 12 kids full-time, and 3 kids before and after school, all ages 0-12 years.

How has Covid-19 changed your day to day operation?

We clean, disinfect, and rotate toys daily, inside and out. We have increased the importance of washing hands and covering your mouth to cough or sneeze. We check temperatures daily upon arrival. The staff wear masks in the daycare. To reduce the ratio of people in the daycare, parents are asked to please pick-up and drop-off their children at the front door. Fabrics, materials, carpet, tables and the high chairs have been replaced with surfaces that can be cleaned and disinfected daily.

What happens if a child gets sick while in daycare?

Parents should notify the childcare provider if their child has been ill during the morning, evening or weekend, before returning to the childcare home.

If the provider notifies that your child is ill, please pick him/her up as soon as possible.

Please inform the provider of any communicable disease in your family. If your child becomes ill or is injured at the family childcare home and you cannot be reached, the physician on the Emergency Form will be called. It is recommended that you leave a signed consent form with your physician for him/her to proceed with emergency treatment.

Medicine will only be given if it is in the original container, with the prescription label attached and a signed authorization from the parent and doctor.For “over the counter” prescription, the provider will need a signed authorization from the parent and doctor.

Please keep children home whenever there is a fever, vomiting, a rash, lice or nits. Diarrhea, and eye infection of a sore throat.

The child can return with a doctor’s note for clearance, and after twenty four hours have passed, without any signs of symptoms.

If there are any questions about whether you should bring your child or not, please contact the provider first. Scratches and sterile protective strips (Band-Aid). You will be notified immediately if anything more serious occurs.

If a child becomes ill during day care, the child will be isolated comfortably away from the other children and parents will be notified to please pick up their child. The area will be disinfected.

The parents will have to provide a note from a doctor stating the child is safe to come back to daycare.

What Clothing and/or Supplies Should I Pack?

Children’s belongings should all be labeled with the child’s name, the provider is not responsible for lost articles.

Parents are asked to provide a blanket for their child if they will be in care between 12:30pm and 3:00pm daily, for quiet time.

Please do not bring your child’s toys or special belongings, because they could get lost or damaged.

Parents are to provide an extra set of clothing for babies and toddlers daily.

Please do not send your child to daycare barefoot, even on hot days. Shoes are needed for play daily.

Please bring only disposable diapers for children still wearing diapers.

What Kind of Activities Do You Offer?

Children will be exposed to a variety of different subjects to help prepare them for the future.

We will be going on occasional fieldtrips.

Subjects include the following science, mathematics, writing, reading, social skills, cultural traditions, and experiences.

Children will experience reading, playing outside with various safe and fun toys, along with puzzles, and drawing.