Fees

Tuition

Our program provides 85 spaces for children between the ages of 6 months – 6 years of age. We accept children of all abilities as we believe all children have the right to learn and be a citizen in our facility.

Please note:

  • We accept subsidy.
  • We only offer 2-day and 3-day part time to children 2 yrs 7 months and older.
  • Part time spots for children under 2 years 7 months will be made by the directors discretion and availability.
  •  Half day kindergarten program fee available. Enrollment for kindergarten will be discussed with the director directly for eligibility.Please note: we do not provide transportation to and from the kindergarten programs. It is the parent’s responsibility to set up transportation for the child from an outside source. For example: If your child’s school will bus directly to Harvest Pointe Daycare, then we can accommodate pick up and drop off for your child at our front doors.
  • Our tuition fees are subject to an annual increase
  • There is no fee to be added to our wait list.

Our Context

We believe children are capable.

We believe children are explorers.

We believe children are confident.

We believe children are imaginers.

We believe children are creative.

We believe children are citizens.

We believe children are curious.

We believe children are MIGHTY LEARNERS

Programming

Harvest Pointe Daycare delivers a developmentally appropriate program for all children attending the center. The program provides for the development of each child’s social, physical, emotional and intellectual potential, including language skills and creativity. Children will be actively involved in the program planning and parents/guardians are asked for their input as well. The Educators are responsible for the development of a program in their classroom that meets the needs of the children. The program reflects the centers’ philosophy which includes: interest based child-directed play, open-ended inquiry, emergent curriculum, implementation of Flight and the whole child approach. 

Types of Play

Our center believes that “play is the work of children” as said by Maria Montessori. The types of play that our educators explore along side the children are:

Physical Play – body awareness, risk taking, boundaries

Language Play – rhymes, symbols, reading

Exploratory Play – sensory, nature, hypothesis 

Constructive Play – building, loose parts, trial/error

Fantasy Play – imagination, possibilities, dramatic 

Social Play – cooperative, problem solving, turn-taking

Expressive Play – music, art, writing

Spontaneous Play – free play, unstructured, child-directed