ABOUT

 

Learning Lane Child Development Center exists to provide a safe, high-quality, developmentally appropriate environment for infants, preschool, and school age children. Our focus is to provide a stimulating early care and education experience, which promotes each child's social/emotional, physical and cognitive development. Our goal is to provide a holistic and innovative approach to education that will ensure our students are lifelong learners. 

 

Learning Lane Child Development Center, LLC offers childcare and tender years training services for ages from 2 years old to 12 years old. Hours of operation are from 6 A.M. to 6:30 P.M., Monday through Friday.

 

Our highly conducive, interactive and visually appealing childcare and learning center facility is the heart of Kodees Kloset, our storefront, premiere children’s clothing boutique. The facility is also available for birthday parties and children’s event rental.

Our Philosophy

 

We believe that good childcare depends upon consistent caregiving in a home-like atmosphere. Children grow and learn best in a safe environment that provides opportunities to explore, create and communicate with other children and adults. These groups function independently but cooperatively, following routines appropriate to individual needs. The program is designed to be inclusive of all children, including those with identified disabilities and special learning and developmental needs.

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Give us a call:

240-244-1616

In The

News:

OPEN HOUSE



Join us for our OPEN HOUSE on August 24& 25th from 10am-12pm to learn more about our programs and tour our newly renovated center!

SUMMER CAMP



Our OFFICIAL start date for summer camp is June 16th ! Please be sure to register your camper via our website to reserve your spot! Space is very limited! 

Preschool

Our preschool program starts on 9/3/19. Please complete an enrollment inquiry form and we will be sure to contact you with additional information! 

​Our Staff



Our teachers have degrees in Education and are licensed in their respective content areas.  They continuously attend classes each semester to be updated with the latest resources, theory, and ideas that will help them in the classroom.  They have at least 40 - 60 units in the field and a minimum of 5 years of experience working with children.​