Ducklings child care in Waxhaw provides a safe, child friendly environment catering for ages 0 through 12 years.
Offering excellent and diverse learning equipment, large fully enclosed garden area , small but well organised and equipped classrooms and a highly experienced Director with knowledge of international curriculi and education approaches.
Ducklings childcare in Waxhaw offers great value for money , positions your child for a solid start in their Early years education and.. reinforces the solid principles and behaviours such as good manners, social skills such as sharing and helping others
we run classes for infants, toddlers, preschool, pre K and before and after school
Prior to attending Ducklings, our son (20 months) was enrolled in a larger area center. In looking for a new center with a focus set around the actual children and their early development we were fortunate to find Ducklings and owner, Debbie Watlers. We could not be happier with our decision to enroll our son here. Debbie's hands-on approach to learning and her loving passion for children are amazing. Our son is thriving at Ducklings, learning and being challenged in fun new ways daily. He is excited to see "Ms. Debbie" every morning, which is a much welcome way to start the day. Ducklings is a true treasure for our family and we highly recommend them to anyone!
Posted: 11/08/2010 • Last edited: 11/09/2010 • Link to this review
I think Ducklings is great, my son Jesse has moved there from another setting and is learning lots more than before thanks to Debbie , the owner. She is wonderful with the children, and has taught Jesse something new everyday. we get a report each day showing what Jesse has accomplished, which really helps me measure Jesse's progress
Posted: 10/27/2010 • Link to this review
I am amazed every day at the quality child care our son recieves attending Ducklings. Every day he is learning something new and building his knowledge and learning experiences. At ducklings, your child is not just another "number", your child is treated with the same love and respect a parent gives their own child.
Posted: 10/19/2010 • Last edited: 10/27/2010 • Link to this review