Daycare Preschool Educational Learning

Daycare Preschool Educational Learning

Daycare Preschool Educational Learning |   Manassas Park, VA

Pooh Bear’s Daycare prides itself in providing professional, affordable, and early childhood development educational learning experiences for your children in a loving, nurturing, family home based daycare environment.  Our staff engages children in age-appropriate meaningful educational conversations, stories, singing, creative activities, and indoor/outdoor play that quickly helps develop your child’s learning abilities.  Using Group and individual exploration learning techniques and educational best practices, your children have fun learning with our child-centered interactions and staff instructors.

Pooh Bear’s Daycare Provides Daycare, Preschool, Educational Learning for Ages from 6 Weeks to 12 Years Old:

  • Infant Daycare
  • Toddler care
  • Preschool
  • Pre-K
  • Kindergarten
  • Elementary School Age

Daycare Preschool Educational Learning


Whether you are looking for professional early childcare or advanced preschool educational learning, your child will find quick success in our family daycare home as they develop physically, intellectually, socially, emotionally, and linguistically.

Call Pooh Bear’s Daycare at (571) 217-8694 to Enroll your child(ren) Today and receive FREE 2017 Fall Registration!

Daycare Preschool Educational Learning

Thank you for your interest in Pooh Bear’s Daycare.  We are at your service and would be happy to answer any  questions you may have about our services.  Please call us at (571) 217-8694 and receive FREE 2017 Fall Registration!

Returning Back to School

Returning Back to School

Returning Back to School

2017 Hot Summer Days and Fun are beginning to wind down and our children in the weeks ahead are about to begin returning back to school very soon.  But, Returning Back to School and saying goodbye to our children during the first days returning can be filled with stress and tears for both parents and your child.  But, NO Worries….there is hope by helping your child(ren) transition into their new schedule or school environment, that will help everyone to ease their worries.

Learning to separate ourselves is a lifelong process and an important part of growing up.  However, Parents when you help your children learn to manage their separations from, and reunions with, their loved ones, they will learn to feel better understood and gain more self-confidence.  Returning back to school each year benefits a child’s stage of early development and helps influencing the way he or she reacts to Hellos and Goodbyes as they get older each year.  In part, because they these actions involve strong feelings, and saying hello and goodbye are opportunities for valuable learning experiences that affects all areas of our young children’s development.

When our child is separated from the Parent, our children learn more about themselves, friends, and others, they learn about their world, and learn to communicate better, as well as establish and maintain positive relationships with their peers, teachers and parents.

Things to Do for Successful Goodbyes:

  • Take time to talk to your child(ren) about the new changes to come (including infants & toddlers) in their schedule or environment before hand.
  • Explain and Prepare them with what to expect during the new transition.
    • “Mommy and Daddy is going to go to work and you are going to go to school.” “Ms. Smith is going to take good care of you while Mommy and Daddy are working so no worries.” “We will come pick you up after school is over.”
  • Establish a consistent daily morning routine and work to eliminating the rush during the morning before school begins.  Rushing can cause additional stress on your child and put them on edge.
  • Provide a family picture for your child to look at in his or her book bag if they become feeling upset.
  • Take pictures with your child and their friends in their new classroom.  This can provide another way to help children feel connected to their friends and others during the day.
  • For those children who are having a hard time transitioning or adjusting to a new classroom or school, try leaving an object that belongs to a family member to remind the child that their mother or father will be back.   You can say, “I’m leaving the new book we purchased with you today. Will you keep it with your things so we can get it to read later when I pick you up today?”
  • Remember to establish a consistent drop-off routine with your child(ren) and ensure it always includes saying Hello and Goodbye to your child.  Saying Hello and Goodbye offer opportunities to build positive, trusting relationships with other children and their families.

Infants  – typically will show more of a preference than young infants to be with family members and special adults.   At the age of 8-12 months, children can often develop anxiety about being separated from the Parent or special adults with whom they have bonded.  However, helping a child through difficult separations may be challenging for both you and the child, but remember that this difficulty is a good sign that your child has a secure, healthy attachment with their parents.

Toddlers and Twos – may cheerfully wave goodbye to their families on some days. But on others, they may cling so tightly to their parent that you have to pull them off so that Mom or Dad can leave.  However, if you have established a sound nurturing relationship with children and if they have a consistent routine, then, even on the most challenging days, the child will know that they can trust you to ease them through any difficult times.

Young Infants – who come to school before they are 6 months old may not have difficulty separating from a family member.

Quality Daycare Benefits

Quality Daycare Benefits

Quality Daycare Benefits | Pooh Bear’s Daycare

toddler crawlingAttention Parent’s… finding a “quality” child care provider and daycare service will have quite a few positive affects on your young children. Children who spend a significant amount of time being cared for in quality daycare and learning in top quality daycare family home will have many benefits.  Most notably your children will have improved social skills over their stay at home with just mom or dad.

Quality Daycare benefits like improving the child sharing skills, problem solving, self confidence, independence, and being more self reliant, will provide your children, the ability to easily foster new friendships, gain an over all healthy trust of their immediate environment and that of the outside world.


toddler motor skillsChildren that benefit from a quality daycare environment will have a highly advanced learning curve and parents will see early development of their children do things such as rolling over, sitting, crawling, walking, and even talking.  Your children will reach these milestones in life at a much quicker pace because they have been around peers of their age.  Fact is that, the younger your children are taught by example, and strive to play along with their more physically or mentally advanced peers, the more quickly they will develop and master their life walking

Finding and enrolling your child(ren) in a quality child care or daycare family home or program will help them to exhibit a higher level of compassion, kindness, and patience.

Contact Pooh Bear’s Daycare Today Parents @ (571) 217-8694, for details on enrolling your child(ren) in our top quality daycare.  Witness these newly learned skill sets in your child by simply watching them play at the park with other children when they quickly develop these skills in our family home daycare.   Regardless of your child’s current young age, this will give you a huge sigh of relief when viewing your child playing harmoniously with others; and rest assured that your child will behave appropriately when necessary in any environment.  Check Us out on Facebook.