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Barrhaven Kidz Clubhouse 

Independent Home Childcare

As a parent and an experienced Child Care Provider, I understand the importance of providing a safe, fun, and effective childcare for your little ones. At Barrhaven Kidz Clubhouse, you are paying for a space where your child is immersed in an educative, healthy and fun daily program; reading books, singing songs, making art and learning early writing skills are a part of our daily activities while following a pre-school curriculum. Outdoor play (weather permitting),parks nearby. I provide nutritious home cooked meals and snacks, daily hugs and snuggles and so much more. Contact me to arrange a meeting and talk more about my services and your needs. 

Please feel free to get in touch with any questions. Strong References upon interview 

**PLEASE NOTE : I  do NOT accept subsidy**

Daycare is NOT part of the $10/day CWCC: Canada Wide Child Care Program

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Providing Quality Full Time and Part Time Child Care
Monday to Friday


Hours of Operation and Daycare Closure

Hours of Care:

Hours of operations are from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday to Friday.

Regular hours 7:00am - 3:00pm (8 hrs.)

Extended hours 7:00am - 3:30 pm (8.5 hrs.)

Extra Extended hours 7:00 - 4:00 pm (9 hrs.)

Statutory/Civic Holidays:

The daycare will be closed on the following paid  statutory/civic holidays.

             New Years Day (Jan.)

             Family Day (Feb.)

             Good Friday (Apr.)

             Easter Monday (Apr.)

             Victoria Day (May)

            Canada Day (Jul.)

            Civic Holiday (Aug)

            Labour Day (Sep.)

            Thanksgiving (Oct.)

            Christmas Day (Dec.)

            Boxing Day (Dec.)

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I understand that submitting this request form does not guarantee a daycare spot

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About my self

From changing diapers to engaging in educational activities, I can do it all. I’m a professional Child Care Provider with 10+ years of experience and strong passion for my work. I am a loving caregiver and a loving mother of 3 children. I’m First Aid, Health and Safety and CPR certified with a current police records check, and have a Ministry of Education Child Care Quality Inspection Summary Report (done Jan. 2016) I’m a member of the Child Care Providers Resource Network of Ottawa. My home daycare is on the main level of my house with lots of natural bright light, it is 100% smoke and pet free equipped to care for your little one, he/she will learn and have lots of fun at the same time while following a pre school curriculum. I offer a nurturing family environment with a focus on fun, learning and adventure.


Early writing skills

Pre-writing skills are the fundamental skills children need to develop before they are able to write. These skills contribute to the child's ability to hold and use a pencil, and the ability to draw, write, copy, and colour. A major component of pre-writing skills are the pre-writing shapes.


Story Time

At story time we are teaching children about early literacy. Story time is structured to help them  interact with books and develop early literacy skills; it is more than simply picking a book to read.


Early Reading Skills

Early reading skills are the foundation for strong reading ability later, in much the same way that a solid building foundation supports a skyscraper - the stronger the foundation, the higher the building.

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Pre-school Curriculum


  • identifying numbers 1 to 10

  • Counting from 1 to 10

  • Corresponding objects one-to-one

  • Sorting objects by various attributes (colours, shapes, sizes, etc.)

  • Identifying and creating patterns 

  • Understanding sizes (small, medium, large, etc.)

  • Specifying shapes (circle, triangle, rectangle, square, etc.)

  • Matching various items (symbols, patterns, shapes, etc.)

  • Determining things that are the same or different

  • Understanding the terms “more,” “less,” and “same”

  • Understanding time (night and day)

  • Exploring money through songs, games, and free play or pretend play


  • Familiarity with the alphabet, connecting letter names and the sounds they make

  • Recognizing their name and learning to spell and write their name

  • Learning to hold a pencil, crayon, or marker correctly

  • Retelling a story in their own words

  • Drawing a picture and explaining the story or experience

  • Answering questions about a story they were told

  • Repeating and memorizing nursery rhymes and finger plays

  • Understanding the format of reading from left to right and holding a book right-side-up

  • Building their vocabulary by listening and repeating new words

  • Practicing visual discrimination by looking at a picture and understanding what it portrays

  • Sequencing practise about what comes first, next, and last

  • Continue to practice and develop fine motor skills by playing with clay, using scissors, writing with pencils and crayons, building with legos, etc.


  • Exploration with scientific tools like magnets, microscopes, magnifying glasses, and prisms

  • Learning to observe nature quietly on nature walks or gardening experiences

  • Watching insects and seeing how they behave

  • Watching a plant grow, from planting the seed to watering and making a daily note or picture of how it changes

  • Looking outside and identifying the weather, season, and daily changes throughout the year

  • Learning to measure and mix ingredients for a special snack time

  • Learning about basic colours and exploring mixing colours and marking how they change by drawing pictures

  • Exploring everything, using all five senses

  • Picking an animal to investigate and explore. Studying how they live, where they sleep, what kind of food they eat, and even how they groom themselves, as well as relationships with others of their kind

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  • Exploring various means of art, like drawing, painting, sculpting, etc.

  • Using and exploring a variety of materials (crayons, watercolors, textured paint, pencils, markers, clay, chalk, charcoals, etc.)

  • Mixing paint colors

  • Learning traditional songs and creating hand motions or dance movements to accompany them

  • Creating a play with a simple storyline or recreating a familiar story

  • Dramatizing Old MacDonald’s Farm and making a barnyard by imitating animals


  • Critical thinking and problem-solving

  • Group projects

  • Practicing manners and say, “please,” “thank you,” “excuse me,” and basic table manners

  • Learning to verbally express needs

  • Being independent and cleaning up their snack spot, using tissues, putting away napping items, etc.

  • Being able to express their personal information, like name, age, what city, province, and country they live in

  • Exploring what kinds of people work in their town and what kinds of jobs they have

  • Identifying types of transportation


  • Play-based learning: learning is built around uninterrupted blocks of play time.

  • Theme-based learning: learning is based on weekly themes (e.g., animals, colors, seasons).

  • Experiential learning: learning is based on practical outcomes both inside and outside 

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Daycare is NOT part of the $10/day CWCC: Canada Wide Child Care Program

This includes morning snack, lunch, afternoon snacks and supplies

(playpen, high chair & craft material)

1) Regular Full Time 7:00am to 3:00pm  $54

2) Extended Full Time 7:00am to 3:30pm $55

3) Extra Extended Full Time 7:00 am to 4:00 pm $56

4) Regular Part Time (min 3 day per week) 7:00am to 3:00pm $58

5) Extended Part Time (min 3 day per week) 7:00am to 3:30pm $59

6) Extra Extended Part Time (min 3 day per week) 7:00am to 4:00pm $60


A deposit fee of 2 WEEKS (The equivalent of 2 weeks of care per child) is required upon completion of registration to secure your child's placement in care.  It will be applied to the child's last 2 weeks of care given proper notice of termination.


Late payment fees will be $25.00 per day (including weekends) accepted only until the following Monday.

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Sick Policy

For the health of all the children in the daycare, the daycare has the right to refuse to take a sick child into care and to determine when a child is too ill to remain in care. Please DO NOT bring your child to care if he/she has the following symptoms:

1. Fever, child should be kept at home until fever free (24hrs without any meds) child should have negative Covid test 

2. Nausea, vomiting

3. Any contagious illness such as measles, chicken pox, mumps, pink eye, hand foot and mouth, impetigo, influenza, slapped cheek or fifth disease, gastro, etc.

4. Bronchitis

5. Rashes that you cannot identify or that have not been diagnosed by a physician

6. Diarrhea

7. Cold with fever, sneezing and nose drainage OF ANY COLOR 

Lice, ticks and Scabies can be a very serious problem, although there’s never been a case at my daycare, if your child has any, you are asked to keep your child at home for a period of 48 hrs until after treatment has been completed.

If your child brings these bugs into daycare and I must hire a professional to have them removed, you are responsible for all cost including loss of revenue, if your child brings these bugs more than once, the daycare has the right to terminate care

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The following menu is an example of some of the prepared and well-balanced snacks

and lunches I offer, these are toddler serving sizes.

** Daycare is NOT peanut free **


A.M Snack:

Pancake with banana slices and milk


Tilapia (fish) with rice


slices, milk

Ice cream cones

P.M. Snack:

Fresh fruits with

cheese chunks



A.M. Snack:

Bran muffin, fruit cup, milk


Mini pizza (made with naan bread) grated mozzarella, assorted toppings

raw vegetables, cheese, pizza sauce 

caramel pudding, milk

P.M. Snack:

Apple with peanut butter

yogurt, milk


A.M Snack:

French toast with blueberries



Salmon with rice, strawberries

yogurt with granola on top, milk

P.M Snack:

Oatmeal/raisin cookies, fruit cup



A.M Snack:

Cheese and crackers

apple pieces, milk


Homemade chicken nuggets, rice with veggies, avocado, fresh fruits, milk

P.M Snack:

Yogurt popsicles (blend ½ juice &

½ yoghurt, then freeze)

Bread sticks


A.M Snack:

Oatmeal with raisins

orange wedges



Spaghetti & meatballs with tomato sauce, cucumber slices, fruit salad, milk

P.M Snack:

Banana bread

yogurt, milk

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Sample Daily Activity Chart

7:00                    Arrival time, children structuring their own play (puzzles, playdough, books etc)  

7:30                     Some kids may have breakfast

8:15                      Free Play

9:00                    Morning meeting (circle time) we discuss what we will be doing, structured play, craft activity, daily lesson,

                           painting, coloring, music, etc

9:50                    Tidy up, washroom/diaper change

10:00                    Snack

10:20                    Outdoor Play (walk, park, games etc.), activity

12:00                    Tidy up, washroom, lunch

12:45                   Story Time

1:00                      Naps/ Quiet time (puzzles, books, playdough etc)

3;00                     Wake up time, Washroom, Snack

3:30                     Afternoon Activity (craft, language, music etc)

4:00                     Tidy up, washroom, Outdoor/Free Play, maybe some TV

Morning and Afternoon Activities include a planned group activity such as a craft, art project, baking or cooking activity, science, math, language, or music.  The morning and afternoon activities are different.

On days that are rainy, hotter than 30oC or colder than -15oC, outdoor activities are substituted with activities that include gross motor movement for outdoor play.

Outdoor play includes at least one planned group activity such as a tag game, obstacle course, scavenger hunt, bubbles, water painting etc. Quiet Play at the beginning and end of day allows the children to adjust to the transition of arriving and leaving and gives them an opportunity to relax, toys such as puzzles, play dough, books. Quiet Play during nap time again allows children who do not sleep, an opportunity to rest, recharge, and relax. They are given a comfortable area (like a sleep mat/bed) and quiet, relaxing toys such as books or puzzles. Television is very minimal IF any, educative shows are played. TV is a good educational tool to help support an interest or concept that the children are interested in, television viewing is limited to ½ hour per day.  Television may also be used as a transition tool for 15 minutes or so while preparing lunch.

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Contact me

Located on Westwinds Place
nearest intersection is Woodroffe & Stoneway

On Westwinds place / Tel. 613-407-4904 /

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