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701 Cherry Hill Road    |    Baltimore, MD 21225   |   (667) 212-3101   |   ckcdc701@gmail.com   |   Hours:  7AM - 5:30PM (Mon - Fri)

Our Program

Our structure is not without consideration of all cultures and giving an enriched experience for all. Our building is ADA friendly with sized appropriate/wheel-chair accessible restrooms and classrooms, causing no anxiety about barriers for the children. Our Center provides Credentialed Personnel with a great awareness and training in all aspects of Early Childhood growth. 

MISSION STATEMENT 

Creative Kids is committed to providing your child with quality care by encouraging each child to express themselves through language, art, music, and physical activity. With the emphasis on learning through play, they are building socialization and self help skills that build up their self esteem, which is needed to succeed in all areas of life. 

 

OUR VISION 

Every child/family that comes through our doors will be treated with love and respect so that when they leave here they will be able to pass on the love and respect to others that they were shown. 

POTTY TRAINING 

We require pull-ups to start potty training with for sanitary reasons. Then after 2 full weeks of being accident free and can tell us they have to go they may try regular underpants. Please make sure they have enough change of clothing here during this time. Also make sure they are wearing clothes that are easily pulled up and down. No overalls, belts, onesies, zippers. An elastic waist is the best for kids and gives them a feeling of self-accomplishment when they can pull them up or down by themselves. 

About Creative Kids

We believe that self-esteem is the critical component to optimal growth in your children. In order for a child to develop high self-esteem, we focus on developing the socialization and self-help skills needed to succeed in other areas of development by providing a welcoming, friendly environment.

 

Just how well children learn to get along with others depends, to a large extent, on how they feel about themselves. If the adults who care for them have helped them to feel they are valued and competent, children are likely to be relaxed and friendly with others. Play is the way children learn about their world, themselves, and others, and the way they develop the skills and knowledge they will need to succeed in their lives. All children learn and grow in their own special way.

Our Staff

Barbara Saunders-Davis

Program Director

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