×
Enter a course name, school type and location:

Childcare Programs in Chicago, Illinois

Contact Our School

Kids's Work Chicago:
Kids’ Work is a safe and stimulating child care experience that promotes the cognitive, emotional, and physical development of your infant, toddler, or preschooler. We are located at 2608 W. Addison, Unit A, Chicago IL 60618.

Email: Contact us here 

( or request a callback ).

Infant Classroooms
Infant (8 weeks-14 months)
Ratios-3:1
Staff members work to maintain a soothing home-like environment that recognizes each baby's natural feeding, sleeping, and play rhythms. Their day includes: cuddling, rocking, circle time, finger plays, exploring age appropriate toys, singing songs, reading books, art projects, and outdoor time.

Toddler Classrooms
Toddler (15-23 months)
Ratios-4:1
As children mature their day takes onPhoto of Childcare Programs in Chicago, Illinois a more uniform schedule. Feeding and napping take place at the same time for all children. Teachers strive to model effective communication, sharing, and independence. Their day includes: self selected play, circle time, singing songs, reading books, focused learning activities, art projects and outdoor time.

Two's and Preschool Classrooms
Two’s (24-35 months) & Preschool (36 months and up)
Ratios-8:1 & 10:1
The children are now more independent and encouraged to express themselves artistically, explore academic areas of interest, and further develop their social relationships. The daily schedule is similar to that of the toddler room, the environment is rich in print, and teachers take advantage of every teachable moment.

Email: Contact Us

Request a Callback

Address: 2608 W. Addison, Unit A, 60618, Chicago, Illinois , USA
Related Schools & Programs. Inquire to our admissions team today:
Cosmic Montessori Community
Courses / Programs
Cosmic Montessori Community is a Montessori school located in Aurora, which is within Kane, DuPage, Kendall, and Will counties, and part of the Chicago metropolitan area (35 miles west of Chicago, Illinois). Cosmic Montessori Community provides educational and childcare programs to children aged 0 - 6 years. Our preschool caters to children between 3 - 6 years of age and we offer programs for infants and toddlers as well as prenatal classes for parents.

Cosmic Montessori Community provides a full range of resources to help families prepare for a new child and for the education of young children. Our campus is an ideal place for exploration, constructive experiences, movement, discovery, communication, and friendship.
Early Childhood Education Programs for Children Ages 0-6:

- Prenatal course

- Parent-Child class

- Infants program (Nido), 6 wks - 15 months

- Toddlers program (15 - 36 months)

- Preschool program

- Kindergarten program
Sonshine Christian Preschool
Courses / Programs
A Ministry of St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church, Sonshine Christian Preschool offers half day preschool programs for children ages 3-5.

Our school is situated in Dundee, Kane County IL, 45 miles north-east of Chicago.

The philosophy of Sonshine Christian Preschool is to provide children with a developmentally appropriate and positive learning environment that is Christian based.
Half-day Preschool Programs for Children ages 3-5:

3 year old morning class:
- Tues. & Thurs. 9:00am-11:30am

3 year old afternoon class
- Fridays 12:30pm-3:00pm

4 year old morning class:
- Mon, Wed, Fri 9:00am-11:30am

4-5 year old afternoon Pre-Kindergarten
- Monday-Thursday12:30pm-3:00pm
Peoria Hebrew Day School
Courses / Programs
The Peoria Hebrew Day School (PHDS) in Peoria, Central Illinois, is a Jewish Day School offering Kindergarten to Grade 8 programs. We serve the Reform, Conservative, and Traditional communities of the greater Peoria area, and are open to everyone in the community regardless of religious affiliation for students.

Educating children in grades K-8 to reach their highest potential academically, spiritually, inter-personally and emotionally is our passion. Our program focuses on the whole child with an emphasis on academic excellence, values, and ethics. Our broad based curriculum is continuously evaluated by the Principal, Board and Staff to incorporate challenging new areas of study and the most modern teaching methods.
Jewish Day School Programs:

- Preschool
- Kindergarten
- Grades 1-8

Our Curriculum includes:
- Social Studies, Reading, English, Math, Science, Art, Music and Computer Skills, Jewish Studies, Secular Studies, Holiday Activities, Lessons about the synagogue, Tzedakah, Israel, Holocaust and Kristallnacht lessons, Observances and celebration of Israeli Independence Day & more..
Acacia Academy Private Special Education / Therapeutic School
Courses / Programs
Acacia Academy is an accredited, private special education / therapeutic school for grades 1-12 and offers a Transition Program for ages 18-22 servicing the Chicago, IL area. The Acacia tree symbolizes what our school strives to achieve: educational stability with roots of strength and character that will last a lifetime making Acacia Academy a safe place to grow and learn.

Offering a variety of school year and summer programs designed to meet each student’s learning objectives in terms of his/her learning capabilities. Acacia Academy is AdvancED accredited and has locations in La Grange and Burr Ridge Illinois.

The Illinois State Board of Education has approved Acacia Academy for out-of-district placement for special education. Students from all over northern Illinois attend Acacia Academy. In many cases, the school district provides tuition and transportation. 

Acacia teachers are flexible in their approach to teaching and will personalize the curriculum to adhere to the student learning needs, as opposed to the student modifying themselves for the curriculum. Differentiated Instruction (DI) is a systematic approach to planning curriculum and instruction for an academically diverse learner through responsive teaching. 

Responsive teaching is focusing on who we teach, what we teach, where we teach, and how we are teaching.  Teachers consider student characteristics of readiness, interests and learning styles while planning curriculum.
Elementary (Grades 1-8), High School (Grades 9-12), Transition Program (Ages 18-22)
All Learning Disabilities such as Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Autism, Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD), Executive Functioning, and Auditory/Visual Processing Needs
Anxiety, School Phobia, and School Refusal
Emotional and Social Needs. 

Students not performing at appropriate grade levels.

General education students to meet their academic goals and potential.
Ballet Chicago
Courses / Programs
Located in the heart of Downtown Chicago, Ballet Chicago is an internationally recognized professional track school of ballet that offers classes and programs throughout the year. Acceptance into the student and professional divisions is by audition only.

Ballet Chicago offers a boot camp, children's theme camps, junior intensives, and professional level summer and advanced intensives.

Ballet Chicago believes every aspiring artist deserves the opportunity to explore his or her full potential, and strives to make classical ballet training accessible to all talented students who have the desire to dance.

Ballet Chicago is dedicated to rigorous technical training in a culture that fosters personal growth and by teaching impeccable technique as well as fundamental life skills, their students go on to find success in dance and life.
Year-Round & Summer Ballet Programs for Children & Adults:

Children's Theme Camp (ages 4-6)
- Duration: 1 week

Junior Intensive (ages 7-12)
- Duration: 1-3 weeks

Ballet Chicago Boot Camp:
- Duration: 1 week

Summer Course:
- Duration: 5 weeks, ages 11 and up

Advanced Intensive Class:
- Duration: 2-weeks
St. Benedict Elementary School, Chicago
Courses / Programs
St. Benedict Elementary School (SBES), a Catholic educational community serving grades Pre-K-8, inspires and cultivates a balance of faith, academic excellence, and individual talents in a diverse, personalized setting. We are located on Chicago's North-Side, near Western Ave, serving Roscoe Village, Irving Park, Avondale, Lakeview, DePaul and surrounding communities.

St. Benedict Elementary School enjoys Full State of Illinois Recognition for non-public schools, as well as certification from the Office of Catholic Schools. We are a member of the National Catholic Education.

For just over 100 years, St. Benedict has provided quality education, and continues to teach and encourage Catholic traditions. Given this history, St. Benedict has proven its on-going commitment to faith-based education and community building in Chicago's North Center. The St. Benedict graduate is well rounded, dedicated to the service of others and prepared for the future.

As a community, St. Benedict Elementary School is committed to service, both to our peers and to those less fortunate. In addition, we seek to enrich the educational experience of our students through extensive extracurricular offerings.
Catholic Education Programs for Pre-K through Grade 8:

- Elementary Program
- Authentic Portfolio Assessment Program
- Athletics Program

- Our amazing and dedicated teachers provide educational opportunities that employ the best methods.

- This includes our Authentic Portfolio Assessment Program and cutting-edge technology.

- In addition to our core classes, students receive Spanish, Art, Computers, Music and Religion.