6:00 AM – 6:00 PM | Monday – Friday

Three Locations in El Dorado County:

Happy Kids Preschool & Child Care #1
2786 Coloma St.
Placerville, CA. 95667
(530) 626-0344
Providing care for children 24 months - 5 yrs

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Happy Kids Preschool #2
3900 Ponderosa Rd.
Shingle Springs, CA 95682
(530) 677-0551
Providing care for children 2 months - 8 yrs

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Happy Kids Preschool #3
2635 Cambridge Rd.
Cameron Park, CA 95682
(530) 676-2223
Providing care for children 2 months - 5 yrs

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Our Program follows the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Accreditation Program Standards

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Goals & Objectives of Our Program

Through developmentally appropriate materials and activities our aim is that your infant/toddler will develop a positive self-image. Your child will be exposed to a wide range of sensory, self-awareness and motor activities designed to promote the development of your child. Cultural and linguistic characteristics of the families served will be addressed in our program.

Social emotional development is a major part of our Infant/Toddler Program. Our caregivers aim to provide a safe and secure environment for infants and toddlers. This promotes a sense of independence and self-pride in children.

Physical development is an essential part of the growth process of children. We provide a variety of opportunities to promote the growth process of children in the use of small and large motor muscles. These activities develop coordinating movement in infant and toddlers.

The cognitive portion of our program provides for exploration, experimentation, problem solving and encourages curiosity.

Language development is an integral part of our whole program. Through songs, books and communicating with the infant/toddler throughout the day we set the foundation for future language development. At this time most language development is done through body language, eye contact, facial expression, smiles, laughs, and through interactive engagement between the Infant/Toddler and the caregiver.

Creativity is incorporated in all areas of our program. Through children's play a child develops their cognitive, social, physical and emotional skills. By providing open-ended activities we encourage the children to play and be creative.