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Finding a daycare may be one of the most important decisions you make for your child during their developmental years. You want them to be safe while out of your care, and in the hands of someone who will have their best interest at heart. You most likely want them in a program where they will learn proper social skills, self confidence, independence, and be exposed to new and cultural things the city has to offer. Philadelphia has variety of day care programs with interesting and positive teaching styles that will suit your desire and needs. Everything from creative programs to play-inspired learning techniques. We’ve done the work for you and have come up with a list of the top five daycare programs for your child in Philadelphia.

Trinity Playgroup
2212 Spruce St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 732-7519
www.trinityplaygroup.org
Founded in 1969, Trinity Playgroup was first created by a group of neighborhood parents who incorporated the play group in 1970, and to this day is a thriving day care in the community. The average age group is 18 months to Kindergarten. The staff is made up of experienced professionals who encourage positive relationships, self confidence, and play based skill building techniques. Parental involvement is encouraged at Trinity Playgroup.

Moonstone Preschool
750 S. 11th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 574-9157
www.moonstonepreschool.org
Moonstone Preschool was founded by Larry and Sandy Robin in 1983. Both were artists and when they first opened Moonstone Preschool, their goal was to to educate children through art intensive programs. The Preschoolers enjoy museum trips, art shows, live performance, garden walks, and a variety of other activities that not only educate the mind but stimulate the senses. Moonstone welcomes children from the age of 18 months to pre-K.

The Parent Infant Center
4205 Spruce St.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215-222-5480
www.parentinfantcenter.org
Fresh air and sunshine is plentiful at The Parent Infant Center in West Philadelphia. The daycare center is located on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. The outdoor playspace is large fenced in space with a climber, sandbox, children’s garden and plenty of room for just plain fun. Infants and toddlers have a separate playground that includes and art easel and lots of crawling space. PIC also has an impressive indoor space with private cubbies, craft stations and more. The center accepts children from the ages 6 months to 5 years old.
Busy Bees Learning Center
​​Busy Bees Learning Center​
601 Walnut Street
Suite #LL25​
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 733-9271
www.busybeeschildcare.com
Busy Bees Learning Center is a family owned preschool located in Center City Philadelphia. The philosophy behind the center is that children will learn through their surrounding environment, and Philadelphia is the perfect setting for such a philosophy.
Family interaction is encouraged at Busy Bee and often work alongside the teaching staff.

Childspace Daycare
7500 Germantown Ave
Smith Hall
Philadelphia PA 19119
(215) 248-3080
www.childspacedaycarecenters.org
The Philosophy behind Childspace is that children will learn best when all aspects of development, such as: social, emotional, cognitive and physical growth are nurtured. Childspace helps to develop self confidence and physical security in the programs offered. Individual and group activities are offered, as well as outdoor, in the classroom and on trips in the city. Personal expression is respected among each individual, through art, music, dance, games, and play.

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