Sturgeon Lake Clubhouse Daycare LLC
Sturgeon Lake Clubhouse Daycare LLC

We are located at:

STURGEON LAKE CLUBHOUSE DAYCARE LLC
3229 LOGAN DR
STURGEON LAKE, MN 55783
 
Phone: 218 9691969

Email: tabithagordon@gmail.com

 

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Office Hours 6 am - 5 pm



Child Care Assisstance 

Head Start

Parent Aware funding

Grant Money:

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Tentative Daily Schedule

(Infants needs are being met by:  Having at least 1 – 3 staff employed with

Sturgeon Lake Clubhouse Daycare)

 

 8:00 – 9:00 am     Breakfast is served as needed.

(Infants needs are being met by: feedings, sleeping, diaper change)

9:00 – 9:15 am     Free/Guided Play (Many stations to pick from) :

                                    Book, Dramatic, art, computer, blocks, large muscle, lego,

                                    music, doll house,  and water and sand area.

(Infants needs are being met by: feedings, sleeping, diaper change, held & with lots of interactions)

9:15 – 10:15 am    Read books/Circle Time/Life Skill

                               We introduce the theme of the day, practice readiness skills,

                               do finger plays, read related books, have speak and sharing

                               time, and discuss the craft activity.

(Infants needs are being met by: feedings, sleeping, diaper change, held & with lots of interactions)

10:10 – 11:00 am   Learning from one of our learning stations: 

                                Stations:  Computer, Blocks, Dramatic, Science, Baking,

                                Sensory Table, Art Table, Game Table and Music area.

(Infants needs are being met by: feedings, sleeping, diaper change, held & with lots of interactions)

11:00 – 11:30 am   Outdoor play if it’s above 20.

(Infants needs are being met by: feedings, sleeping, diaper change, held & with lots of interactions.  Babies can go outside depending on cold weather – 25 above with their proper attire.)

11:30 – 12:10 pm    Clean up, Children set the table. We discuss food groups,

                                manners, things that related to our friends, family feelings,

                                and what will happened the rest of the day.

(Infants needs are being met by: feedings, sleeping, diaper change, held & with lots of interactions)

12:10 – 12:30          Brush teeth and finish up with the Head Start Program.

                                (Infants will have their needs met at all times, no brushing for infants)

12:30 – 2:30 pm      Nap time, rest time, quite time

(Infants needs are being met by: feedings, sleeping, diaper change, held & with lots of interactions)

2:30 – 3:30 pm        Free/Guided Play

(Infants needs are being met by: feedings, sleeping, diaper change, held & with lots of interactions)

3:30 – 4:00 pm        Snack

(Infants needs are being met by: feedings, sleeping, diaper change, held & with lots of interactions)

4:00 – 5:00 pm        Free/Guided Play or go outside if weather permits

(Infants needs are being met by: feedings, sleeping, diaper change, held & with lots of interactions)

Please take note, that when its spring, summer and fall, we are mostly outside doing water/sand play, playing on the equipment and swings.

Creative Curriculum

Creative Curriculum at Sturgeon Lake Clubhouse Daycare is a fun place to explore, experiment, examine, discover, climb, swing, color, paint, read, dance and many more.  Creative Curriculum that I use is a road map to guide your child/ren to succeed in life. First I will observe your child and write only what I see and reflect on the Creative Curriculum Development Continuum which has four goals. 

 

Goal 1:  To learn about self and others – Social/Emotional development.

Goal 2:  To learn about moving – Physical development.

Goal 3:  To learn about the world – Cognitive Development.

Goal 4:  To learn about communicating – Language Development.

 

Within these four goals there is 21 Objects of your child learning development.  Even though your child learns in different stages there is a 5 stages that I will gear it on depending on their age to see how far along they are developing.  Then I will respond and expand on those needs and desired wants to widen their ability of higher learning.

 

The Sturgeon Lake Clubhouse Daycare has places for routines and experiences through out the day, each space is designed for each aged group, all the toys and equipment is out for display at children’s reach for play.  We do have a daily schedule for toddlers and up and individual schedule for infants.

 

We have a foundation of all learning,

  1. Building language and literacy skills though out the day, which includes vocabulary, and language, the sounds and rhythms, enjoying books and stories, exploring writing and promoting language and literacy learning.
  2. Discovering mathematical relationship, by number concepts, patterns and relationship, sorting and classifying, and helping children discover mathematical relationship.
  3. Exploring and encouraging children to be involved like a scientist in the physical, natural and social world. 

 

Sturgeon Lake Clubhouse Daycare is a very caring loving place.  I try to build strategies in trusting relationship and help children to get along with others.  I promote a foundation of young infants to be self-regulate and help mobile infants begin to control their behavior.   I help promote self-regulation for toddlers and two year olds and using positive guidance strategies.  I respond to physical aggression, temper tantrums and biting.  I guide children’s learning through play, talking with infants, toddlers and two year olds.  I extend children’s knowledge and skills and all children are included at all times.  I asses children’s development and learning through observing and creating a portfolio by collecting and analyzing the facts and evaluating each child’s progress.

 

I am a big advocate when it comes to families and daycare providers getting to know each other.  If you have any concerns, excitements, questions about our child’s routines (hello-good byes, diapering and toileting, eating and mealtimes, sleeping and nap time, getting dressed) and experiences (playing with toys, imitating and pretending, enjoying stories and books, music, art, food, water and sand play, going outdoors) you can talk with in person, by texting, by phone, by email, or facebook – I’m only a few clicks away.  

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