Licensed with the State of Michigan ***3 Stars with the Great Start Program!***
Nutrition & Wellness Included through Grand Rapids Urban
CPR, FIRST AID, BLOOD BORN PATHOGENS UPDATED 11/08/14
Monitored for Safety & Security by ADT Security
personalized care as desired by each parent/guardian is essential to each child gaining the best care with
family objectives in mind. Arrival, departure, phone calls, emails & appointments leave a platform for
communication. Texting and e mailing pictures of childrens activities-an added bonus.
The exchange of several desired aspects of care like changes in routine, special
events, activities, etc. ensure that close attention is given to each child's feelings, behavior & well-being.
Personalized for each child based on growth stage, needs & requests
7:00am-9:00am Greeting & Breakfast
9:45am: Group activity
10:30am: Free play (gives the children the ability to choose toys, games &/or activities)
11:15am: Clean up for Lunch at 11:30 am
12:30pm: (naps are usually after lunch for
2 hrs)-depending on if the day runs according to schedule
2:30pm (alt. inc. books, puzzles & educational
toys) Movie-Educational Shows on TV
3:45pm: Free play (enhancing growth & knowledge)
4:45pm: Clean up/hygiene (freshen up for departure)
5:00pm-6:00 pm TV time (while
children prepare for departure & say farewells to other children)
$10 an hr. Overnight $35 ages 0-4 (night time to am pick up)
42853 Hanks Lane, Sterling Heights,
Located in the Northwest area of Sterling Heights by 19
Mile & Mound Road. Near Troy, Warren, Utica, Shelby Township, Clinton
Township, Rochester Hills, Centerline & more.
|now woodchips, sand gone!!!!
Keeping personalization in play, BHD remains focused on ensuring that daily activities are congruent with parental & guardian expectations
and requests. Keeping the human aspect in mind in conjunction with individualized family values, BHD creates a learning
environment reinforcing basic values including self-respect, hygiene, self-reliance, socializing, self-discipline,
self-moderation along with many integral aspects for proper early childhood development. Basic preschool
-writing, reading, recognizing shapes and pre-k skills.
Over 20 years
including home and childcare center daycare platforms. *References are available upon request.
Early Childhood Education-MCCC, Bay Mills On
Line College, CMU, MSU, United Way and State approved Training and Support-Yearly!
CPR & First Aid Certified for infants, children & adults
Current with State Licensing ----education
Group & Free Play: Blocks, kitchen toys, Legos, household toys, children programs, singing, dancing, games, listening to media (story
Learning & Development: Arts & crafts, reading, group discussion, nursery rhymes, communication
building, calendar recognition, educational programs…
Play (weather permitting): Swinging, climbing, toy cars,
running, sports, garden toys, trucks…
Special Events: Birthdays & Holidays as agreed upon and/or arranged…
As we continue to grow, proper
nutrition & regular exercise lead to overall wellness. Children are kept engaged in numerous activities throughout
the day & are provided with nutritional meals & snacks at appropriate times. Children’s diets can be set per
parent/guardian request and will be monitored by Grand Rapids Urban League; a partner with the State
of Michigan child care licensing program.