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Ms. Tasha’s NeighborSchool

Dependable Kid Care

Haverhill, MA

Days
Monday–Friday
Times
8am–5pm
Ages
2 months–16 years
Days
Monday–Friday
Times
8am–5pm
Ages
2 months–16 years
About Me

My name is Tasha Raye Ryan and I have been a Massachusetts Licensed Family Childcare Provider since December of 1990. I offer integrated childcare in my home, a “home away from home” atmosphere, in Haverhill, MA for children age newborn – 16 years; over 30 years experience in caring for both...

Qualifications

Owner/Licensed Childcare Provider for over 30 years

Background Checked

Reference Checked

Home Safety Inspection

Health & Safety Trained

Program
Where Kids Come to Grow and New Friendships Blossom
Philosophy
Play Based
Size
8 students
Philosophy
Play Based
Size
8 students

Infants, toddlers, and school-aged children need individualized care by people who know them well and are committed to their development and happiness… …which is exactly the quality care you child will receive from this responsible, energetic, loving, and devoted provider. I am a wife, a proud...

Enrollment

to see if Tasha has space for you.

Environment

I would love to open my EEC Licensed home to you and your child. In my home, Dependable Kid Care has it’s own separate childcare area, with a recently remodeled entryway, a large recently updated playroom/learning space, separate nursery/sleeping area for infants and younger children, and an...

Schedule
Calendar
Year Round
Meals and Snacks
2 Meals / 2 Snacks
Calendar
Year Round
Meals and Snacks
2 Meals / 2 Snacks

8:00 AM

Arrival times, settle in with musical activity, educational video (helps with transitions), books, and/or freeplay (manipulatives and fine motor options).

8:30 AM

Breakfast (USDA approved).

9:00 AM

Craft time; this activity will be geared to the children in care for the day and may include seasonal crafts, coloring, painting, cutting, textural-play, cooking/baking.

10:00 AM

Morning Snack (USDA approved).

10:15 AM

Play time/Learning activity; this may include age appropriate toys, games, puzzles, reading, writing, flash cards, sorting/matching.

11:00 AM

Walk and/or Outdoor activity (weather permitting)/freeplay (creative movement and gross motor options).

11:30 AM

Lunch (USDA approved).

12:15 PM

Clean up, freeplay, and prep for rest time.

1:00 PM

Rest time; nap time for younger children and quiet time for older children (older children will not be forced to nap however according to EEC Regulations, they must be offered a rest/quiet time. They will be expected to rest quietly for at least 1 of the 2 hours, they may read, watch a video, or quietly play their tablet (not provided). During the second hour that time will be used for additional learning activities (helping to prepare them for Preschool/Kindergarten).

3:00 PM

Clean up from rest time and prep for snack.

3:15 PM

Afternoon Snack (USDA approved).

3:30 PM

Craft time; this activity will be geared to the children in care for the day and may include seasonal crafts, coloring, painting, cutting, textural-play

4:15 PM

Clean up, prep for pick up (gather belongings, craft projects, and notices), discuss any plans for the next day, walk and/or Outdoor activity (weather permitting)/freeplay (manipulatives and fine motor options), chat with parents, and say our good-byes.

8:00 AM

Arrival times, settle in with musical activity, educational video (helps with transitions), books, and/or freeplay (manipulatives and fine motor options).

8:30 AM

Breakfast (USDA approved).

9:00 AM

Craft time; this activity will be geared to the children in care for the day and may include seasonal crafts, coloring, painting, cutting, textural-play, cooking/baking.

10:00 AM

Morning Snack (USDA approved).

10:15 AM

Play time/Learning activity; this may include age appropriate toys, games, puzzles, reading, writing, flash cards, sorting/matching.

11:00 AM

Walk and/or Outdoor activity (weather permitting)/freeplay (creative movement and gross motor options).

11:30 AM

Lunch (USDA approved).

12:15 PM

Clean up, freeplay, and prep for rest time.

1:00 PM

Rest time; nap time for younger children and quiet time for older children (older children will not be forced to nap however according to EEC Regulations, they must be offered a rest/quiet time. They will be expected to rest quietly for at least 1 of the 2 hours, they may read, watch a video, or quietly play their tablet (not provided). During the second hour that time will be used for additional learning activities (helping to prepare them for Preschool/Kindergarten).

3:00 PM

Clean up from rest time and prep for snack.

3:15 PM

Afternoon Snack (USDA approved).

3:30 PM

Craft time; this activity will be geared to the children in care for the day and may include seasonal crafts, coloring, painting, cutting, textural-play

4:15 PM

Clean up, prep for pick up (gather belongings, craft projects, and notices), discuss any plans for the next day, walk and/or Outdoor activity (weather permitting)/freeplay (manipulatives and fine motor options), chat with parents, and say our good-byes.

Note: We may adjust the daily schedule to respond to the needs of the children in care

Location

Tasha Ryan Western Avenue Haverhill, MA 01832 (617) 263-7500

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