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Early Childhood Development Our Early Childhood Development Program is committed to providing a safe, supportive environment for learning and development. Savvy daycares use the term Early Childhood Development Programs so parents will feel their child is getting a head start on his/her education.
Early learning Our national day care 'early learning' program ensures that children are ready to excel as soon as they go to formal school. Child learns early that he/she will:
- Have an ever-changing group of caregivers.
- Be sick a lot.
- NOT receive one-on-one attention.
- Feel abandoned.
Educare Educare comes from 'educere', a Latin word meaning "to draw out", because our elite preschool draws out the values which are inherent in every child... 'Educare' is nothing but a pompous-sounding newly-concocted word made by combining education and daycare.

Our daycare program offers a unique enrichment experience…

The only thing that gets enriched is our $bottom line$
Daycare enrichment

Extended School Program (ESP) Little London got hurt in a fight during ESP last week. Daycare before and/or after the school day.
Friends Children in daycare make lots of "friends", and are therefore more social than other children. Other "daytime orphans" at same daycare.
Submitted by R.C.
“Oh, your baby just started to get fussy right before you got here!” Your poor baby has been crying all day long.  L
Immunities Daycares help children "build up their immunities". Children are chronically sick.
Contrary to this old wives' tale, the medical fact is that children's immunities are NOT helped at all.
For an extreme example, if little Trenton were exposed to HIV/AIDS, would it help his immunities?
Independent Children in daycare are "independent" Children are disobedient & obnoxious
Infant Instructors From an actual August 2013 job advertisement for daycare workers Daycare Workers with Alliteration! What will be next, "Embryo Educators"?
Anyone who comes up with a humorous definition for a previously undefined daycare "buzz word" that we select for our daycare glossary will win a stylish "Daycares Don't Care" window cling.  submit entries here

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